Current representation includes UNIT LONDON, one of the capitals most exciting Galleries.

Claire largely works to private commission for private and corporate clients, making bespoke solutions for your space.

2013

Solo Show, Katherine Maginnis, Wimbledon.
Strata, Saatchi Gallery, Chelsea
AAF Stockholm
AAF Hong Kong
Under a Grand, Over a Grand, Grandy Art Fulham
Interior Angle Summer Exhibitions
 
2012
AAF Singapore
Solo Show, Katherine Maginnis, Wimbledon
AAF Autumn Collection
Under a Grand, Over a Grand, Grandy Art Fulham
Minotti, Permanent Installation, Katherine Maginnis
 
2011
Art Hamptons, Waterhouse and Dodd
USA International Art Fair, Waterhouse and Dodd
Art Palm Beach, Waterhouse and Dodd
Scope Miami, Waterhouse and Dodd
 
2010
Edinburgh Art Fair, Cube Gallery
London art Fair, Cynthia Corbett Gallery
AAF Amsterdam, Cube gallery
AAF Autumn Collection, Cobalt Fine Arts
Art Hamptons, The Cynthia Corbett Gallery, Sayre Park, Bridgehampton, NY
 
2009
Cambridge Art Fair
Featured Artist, London Jewellery Week, Hatton Garden
AAF Paris
AAF Bristol
AAF NYC, The Cynthia Corbett Gallery, NYC
Art  at The Top, 74 Floor, Empire State Building. Ronette Riley Architects, The Cynthia Corbett Gallery, NYC
The Chelsea Art Fair, Cube gallery, Bristol
Cynthia Corbett Gallery, London Art Fair, Business Design Centre, London
Cynthia Corbett Gallery, Art Miami, USA
Cynthia Corbett Gallery, Slick Fair, Paris
Cynthia Corbett Gallery, Art Hamptons, USA
Cynthia Corbett Gallery, AAF New York
Newlyn Art Society, A Cornish Perspective, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol
Cynthia Corbett Gallery, Summer Exhibition, Cork Street
Cynthia Corbett Gallery, Lulu Blonde, Wimbledon
Cynthia Corbett Gallery, London Art
 
2008
Alan Klukow Gallery
 
2007
London Design Festival, Best of British
 
2006
Solo Show, Tallantyre Gallery
 
2005
Picture This with Damien Hirst, Sam Taylor Wood and Banksy
Solo Show, St Giles Street Gallery, Norwich
 
2004
Cannes Art Fair
 
2002
The Hutson Gallery, Sackville Street
 
2001
Number 28, The Gallery on Cork Street
London Art, Lemon Street Gallery, Truro
 
2000
Brilliant Corners, with Sandra Blow and Sir Terry Frost NSA
Lemon Street Gallery
Solo Show, Broomhill Art Gallery, N Devon
 
1999
Critics' choice NSA selected by Angela Flowers and Sandra Blow
 
1996
Thompsons Gallery, The September Show2000The Dark Show / The Light Show NSA
 
1995
Two man Show, Attendi Gallery, Claire Burke and Victor Passmore
Solo Show, Salthouse Gallery, St Ives, Cornwall
Art in a critical context, Chelsea
 
1993
Solo Show, Gstaad, Switzerland sponsored by Veuve Cliquot
Cohn and Wolfe Selected Young Artists
 
Prizes
Live Art, Gstaad, sponsored by Veuve Cliquot
Chichester Open, best artist under 26
 
Miscellaneous
Elected Life Member, Newlyn Art Society
 
Residencies
Kunsthouse, Eindhoven, Holland
Gstaad, Switzerland
Kensington and Chelsea College
 
Selected Private Collections
Brian Eno
Jasmine Al Fyed
Richard Hughes (Keane)
Earl Chichester
CEO of visa international
 
Selected Acquisitions for Permanent Collections
London Institute/University of the Arts, London
Iris Properties Ltd
Mesirow Financial
NYRSTAR
The Connaught
Advent International plc
Claredon Bank
Kleinwort Benson
 
Teaching
Guest Lecturer St Martin's School of Art, Slade School of Art
Open University, Philosophy of Aesthetics
Kensington and Chelsea College of Art
 
Education
Foundation, Falmouth College of Art
BA (Hons), Fine Art Painting, St Martin's College of Art
Artist in Residence, Kensington and Chelsea College of Art
 
“Claire’s latest works are an exploration in texture and material, using gold and silver leaf to convey grace and lucidity.  The sparsely colour-infused, mysterious and meticulously arranged grids form an aesthetic dialogue that refers to both natural and manmade surfaces.  The pieces have been described as ‘elegant’ and ‘beautiful’, yet they still retain a simplicity that belies their careful construction.
 
As with all of Claire’s work, the process and its visibility through the layers of applied material comprise a large part of the content.  Her work uses traditional gilding techniques as part of a rich composition.  Her controlled development of these complex surfaces allows her to both hide and reveal the strata beneath.  The objects have a meditative quality playing on the light and space of her childhood home.
 
Claire explores the effect of changing texture across the boundaries between surfaces, by manipulating the effect of materials as they combine.  The overall effect is one of subtlety and discretion that has always been fundamental to Claire’s work.
 
Claire Burke grew up in rural Cornwall, where she remains an elected member of the Newlyn Society of Artists.  Having studied at Falmouth College of Art, she completed her BA (Hons) in Fine Art at Central St Martin’s.   Since graduation, her work has received increasing recognition – exhibiting alongside Sir Terry Frost and Sandra Blow. 
 
Much of Claire’s work has been commissioned for private and corporate collections.  She now works with leading international designers, agents and collectors.  She exhibits internationally, reflecting her burgeoning reputation.”