Jasmine Clarke

Garden at Night

Archival pigment print
25 x 20 inches
Edition of 8, signed sticker on verso

Brooklyn-based artist Jasmine Clarke says of her practice, "This is why I photograph: to capture a trace of the unexplainable. My pictures are where dreams meet the physical world and earthly things take on higher meaning. I search for the uncanny. I uncover what is hidden. An obscured face, a wet flower, a dark shadow." In Garden at Night vivid flowers and bright green grasses inexplicably bloom and grow against the night sky, creating a surreal meeting of night and day. As with many of Clarke's photographs, this image transports viewers into a kind of fantasy, where mysticism and the natural world start to blur, weaving a narrative without a definitive end.

Jasmine Clarke is a photographer whose work is inspired by the historical links between nature and mysticism, and her images focus on the surreal qualities of our waking world. She holds a BA from Bard College and her work has been exhibited at spaces such as Blue Sky Gallery, National Center for Civil and Human Rights, and Howard Greenberg Gallery.

This is an unframed archival pigment print created by master printer at the lab at Silver Eye. We offer framing, mounting, and matting services for this print, please contact Kate Kelley at kate@silvereye.org for more information.

More from the Shop
    • Cover Composit Mg 8063 Copy
    • Radial Survey Catalog, 2019
    • 65
    • Wever Editionssmall
    • Julie Weber

    • Separation of Light (Luminos & Kodak), 2017
    • 250