endless summer

These drawings feature traced and collaged images culled from the pages of upscale real estate magazines and my own personal photos, and gouache. They are a sometimes absurd commentary on our domestic aspirations, and the material indicators of success we strive for.

 

“Living their truth” Clare Thomas, 2018, carbon, gouache and paper on paper, 19.5″ x 25.5″.

 

“He inherited his passion for collecting from his father” Clare Thomas, 2018, carbon, gouache and paper on paper, 19.5″ x 25.5″.

 

“The older I get, the more feminine I become” Clare Thomas, 2018, carbon, gouache and paper on paper, 19.5″ x 25.5″.

 

“Black horses transported only the highest quality coffee” Clare Thomas, 2018, carbon, gouache and paper on paper, 19.5″ x 25.5″.

 

“Early diagnosis is so important” Clare Thomas, 2018, carbon and gouache on paper, 19.5″ x 25.5″.
“I just can’t take it any more” Clare Thomas, 2018, graphite and gouache on paper.

 

“The castle was, above all else, his home” Clare Thomas, 2019, carbon, gouache and collage on repurposed card, 7.5″ x 12″

 

“This wasn’t what anyone expected” Clare Thomas, 2018, carbon and gouache on paper, 19.5″ x 25.5″.

 

“Boy in Woods” Clare Thomas, 2018, carbon and gouache on paper, 22″ x 30″ (detail.)

 

“Mary at Home” (dyptich,) Clare Thomas, 2018, carbon and gouache on paper, each 9″ x 12″.