Jacintha Clark (B. 1986, New Mexico) works and lives in Philadelphia. Clark’s career in architectural conservation inspires a lot of her art as she explores the way we connect to the world around us and the conversations we have with the past and present. Her work has been exhibited in various solo and group exhibitions throughout the Philadelphia region and New York, including the Woodmere Art Museum, Susquehanna Art Museum, Delaware Contemporary, Pratt WMP, USS Olympia at the Seaport Museum, Philadelphia International Airport, Rutgers University, and Philadelphia's Magic Gardens. She has also been exhibited at A.I.R. Gallery and Kunstraum Gallery in New York, as well as Red Dot at Art Basel Miami, Florida. Clark was the recipient of the Fleisher Art Memorial Wind Challenge, Jacques McCuiston Dowling Prize, The Justine Cretella Memorial Scholarship, and the Draper Experiment at Delaware Contemporary. Clark earned an Associate’s Degree from Arapahoe Community College, a BFA from Metropolitan State College of Denver, a Post Baccalaureate Certificate from Maryland Institute College of Art, and an MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.