We are mosaics-- pieces of light, love, history, stars-- glued together with magic and music and words.
Rawley Clark graduated from Stanford University (2020) with a degree in Art Practice with Honors and a minor in African and African American Studies. Through drawing, painting, and sculpture with bold uses of color and composition, Rawley’s work draws on her personal and cultural identities as a queer African American person living in Northern California and frequently touches on subjects of femininity, touch, and consumption. Her practice is centered around the connections between nature and the body, interdisciplinary creation, and community. She is inspired by bright colors, magic, Black culture, and the vastness of the universe.
To view Rawley's older work in a video sketchbook tour, click here