Claire A. Warden The Artist
The art of Claire A. Warden will be displayed in the Balcony @ London Gold Diamonds in Scottsdale AZ. We are pleased to announce that you will be able to join the artist and view her work at an Artist Reception on Thursday, April 26th between 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
If you are not able to attend the reception, you will still be able to view the artist’s work at the London Gold in Scottsdale through May 26th, during regular business hours.
Claire A Warden studied at Arizona State University where she obtained a BA in Art History and a BFA in Photography. She is Canadian but works and lives in Phoenix, Arizona. Her art displays the vital part her constructed photograph plays and it delves into the relationships between the psychology of power and knowledge, and the concepts of identity.
Her artistic awards and recognitions include a Development Grant and Artist Research from the Arizona Commission on the Arts, an Individual Artist Grant Award from the Contemporary Forum Artist Grant and the Creative Capacity Fund.
Her other recognitions include the Melbourne Photo Award finalist by Photobook, 30 Under 30 Women Photographers by Photo Boite, a Critical Mass Finalist, and she was recognized as one of the Top 50 Emerging Talents by LensCulture.
Claire has exhibited her art in both the United States and abroad. She has produced solo exhibits at the Art Intersection, The Center for Fine Art Photography at Mimesis, and at the Colorado Photographic Center. She has contributed to group exhibitions at the Sous Les Etoiles Gallery, Rayko Photo Center, the Griffin Museum of Photography, Agripas 12 Gallery in Jerusalem, Barcelona’s Galeria Valid Foto and the Students’ City Cultural Center Gallery in Belgrade.
Claire’s work has been featured in many publications including Common Ground Journal, Prism Magazine, The Hand Magazine, Real Simple magazine, and PYLOT Magazine.
In 2016 the Center for Photography at Woodstock awarded Claire with the Artist-In-Residence, in 2015 she completed a one-year residency from Arizona’s Art Intersection, and France’s Alfred and Trafford Klots International Program for Artists awarded her an artist residency.