Tamsin Clark: two by two


Tamsin Clark

two by two, 2015

Image area 30.5 x 31.5” | Paper size 36.5 x 37.5” | Edition of 3

Digital print, aqueous pigment inks on lustre archival paper

Tamsin Clark nee Flegg, born in England. Emigrated to Canada landing in Montreal. Lived in many places in Canada and the US. Educated at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, and the University of Victoria. She has taught Photography, Drawing and Foundation Studies at the University of Saskatchewan, University of Victoria and Memorial University Grenfell Campus, Cornerbrook NL.

Tamsin has travelled back and forth several times across Canada by car, first with Mr. Tonks and then Zuma. Bit of a nomad.

She calls home The Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia, where she attempts to grow vegetables whilst waging war on every conceivable bug there is, both veggie-eating and human-eating. Chickens also play a large part in Tamsin’s life.

The farm and surrounds are part of her photographic palette, which is very rich in atmospheric subjects.

Tamsin has exhibited widely in Canada and Europe, has work in public as well as private collections. She has also exhibited 16mm film installations in conjunction with Antimatter [Media Art] and at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.