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+ Museum quality: archival inks, 100% cotton rag paper unless noted
+ Signed + numbered certificate of authenticity included
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Artist Statement


"The way it used to be"—when we were little and wide open and so un-suspicious and safe—is a happy, funny thing to think about. My sister and I pretended we were birds in the fall and made giant nests of sticks under the bushes in our front yard. In the winter, covered in snow, they were reindeer nests. We drew maps to take on walks around the block so we could look for the wolf we imagined was hunting our house. We spoke pretend languages. We believed whatever we wanted and trusted everything we were told. We tried so hard not to eat the candy we'd given up for Lent. The saints were watching. We were positive there was a treasure buried in the wall of our basement. Our old house was haunted. Our dad said so. I believed in Santa until I was thirteen.


Clare Grill | See All Editions


Clare Grill was born in the suburbs of Chicago in 1979. She has an MFA from Pratt Institute. Grill has shown her work at the Bronx Museum, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Sloan Fine Art, Caren Golden Fine Art and Real Art Ways. Her work has been reviewed in the New York Times, the New Jersey Star-Ledger, the San Francisco Chronicle and was on the back cover of New American Paintings Vol. 68. Clare has participated in the Drawing Center's Viewing Program, Aljira's Emerge program, Vermont Studio Center's residency program and the Bronx Museum's Artist in the Marketplace program. She lives and works in Queens.