|1. Linoleum Rooster, c. 1957||2. unnamed, oil painting, c. 1952||3. unnamed, oil on canvas, c. 1960|
|4. unnamed, oil painting, c. 1953||5. unnamed, oil painting, c. 1960||6. unnamed, oil on canvas, c. 1960|
|7. Pair of Birds, machine knit, c. 1974||8. Vegetable Garden, weaving, 1977||9. Huppa Cover (wedding canopy), embroidered velvet, 1989|
|10. Playing Tag #1, machine knit, July 2004||11. Playing Tag #2, machine knit, July 2004||12. Rhythm, machine knit, 2004|
|13. Table Runner #1, machine knit, c. 2006||14. Table Runner #2, machine knit, 2008||15. Pillow #1, machine knit, July 2004|
|16. Pillow #2, machine knit, July 2004||17. Pillow #3, machine knit, July 2004||18. Pillow #4, machine knit, 2012|
|19. Pillow #5, machine knit, 2012||20. Pillow #6, machine knit, 2017|
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Clara studied at the University of California at Berkeley, receiving a Master's degree in Art History and Classical Archaeology, with a minor in Art Practice.
The rooster is a sort of linoleum mosaic. The steps involved in making this piece were as follows: (1) Clara made a reduced-scale drawing. (2) Portions of the drawing were enlarged to full-scale. (3) The linoleum was marked using the full-scale drawings. (4) The linoleum was cut. (5) The pieces were glued onto a piece of plywood.
Last update: 20 Oct., 2017