A Kansas native, Clare Doveton moved to
New York City in 1994 where she received
her BFA in painting from Parsons School
of Art and Design. She began exhibiting
her work in San Francisco
and New York.
In 2005 she moved her studio back to
Kansas, where she currently works in the
Warehouse Arts District of Downtown
Lawrence. Doveton's work has been
featured in Studio Visit Magazine, Present
Magazine, Ink Magazine (cover), The
Kansas City Star, Lawrence Magazine,
First Intensity Magazine (cover), and other
publications. Her work has been in
numerous group and solo exhibitions,
including a city block installation at the
Power and Light Building in Downtown
Kansas City for BNIM Architects. Clare's
work can be found in corporate collections
such as The Art of Emprise, Quest
Financial, New School University, NOVA
Financial and others.

Clare Doveton draws endless inspiration
from the natural world simply being quiet
witness to the circle of life out on the land
surrounding her Kansas farm. She
describes painting as the process of
translating the silent dialog one has with
the world onto the canvas. Doveton seeks
to conjure both the heavenly and darker
qualities of the every day experience, and
to view them in the work (and in life) as
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