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Claire K. Stringer’s current painting series titled “Ama-Zone,” is an exploration of feminine and equine archetypes, myths, and legends. The Ama-Zone works were originally inspired by 18th and 19th century european paintings depicting women riding with their horses in the woods, often alone. These women were referred to as “Amazones” in French, after the legendary women warriors.

Claire studied fine art at The Savannah College of Art and Design and received her BFA from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. She concentrated in painting, drawing, and photography, and has been cultivating her personal layered and intricate style of ink wash painting since those early years. Claire lived and worked in New York City for several years after graduation, then moved from the right to left coast of the U.S. After residing in the hot pink, turquoise, and palm-tree-studded world of Los Angeles for a few years, her paintings and drawings transitioned from mostly grayscale into vibrant color. Claire has had solo shows in New York City, California, South Carolina and Wisconsin, and participated in group and juried shows nationally. Her work is collected both in the U.S. and abroad.  Claire is currently based in Tucson, Arizona. 

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2019 – Robot Dreams at Hive Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2018 – Robot Love at Hive Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2010 — Gitana Rosa Gallery, “Ars Graphis” Brooklyn, NY

2008 — 77 West 97th St. “Entrée,” Curated by Krista N. Saunders, New York, NY

2007 — Fountain Art Fair Miami, Gitana Rosa Gallery Booth, Miami, FL
—Vs. Gallery , “13 New York Artists,” Hot Springs, AK
—Gitana Rosa Gallery, “Nostras Vistas,” Brooklyn, NY

2005 — WomanMade Gallery, “GotQuirk?” Juried by Susan A. Gescheidle, Chicago, IL

2005 — Uniondocs, “13” Two person show of photography with Vanessa Liberati, Brooklyn, NY

2003, 2004 — Artists Space, annual benefit “Night of 1,000 Drawings,” Artists Space, NYC

2003, 2005 — Visual Aids, annual benefit “Postcards from the Edge,” Robert Miller and
Brent Sikkema Galleries, NYC

2000 — B.F.A. Senior Show, SMFA, Boston.
—Drawing Show, SMFA, Boston.


2015 — The Gateway, Los Angeles, CA

2012 — Saffron and Genevieve, “Still… Life.” Santa Cruz, CA

2011 — Stumptown Gallery, “Still… Life.” Alma, WI

2007 — Gitana Rosa Gallery, “It’s Not Funny,” Brooklyn, NY
— Sleep Boutique, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY

2004 — Artist of the Month series, Lexington County Main Library, Lexington, SC


B.F.A. 2000: Concentration in Painting and Photography,
School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston in affiliation with Tufts University.

B.F.A. Coursework 1996-1998: Fine Art Foundations,
Savannah College of Art and Design. Recipient of Portfolio Scholarship.
Areas of Concentration: Painting, Drawing, Women’s and Cultural Studies.


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