Rebecca Foster-Clarke (b.1999) is a contemporary figurative artist currently living and working in Norwich, UK. Foster-Clarke paints the disconcerted nature of being a young woman. Her characters are intertwined in a tragicomedy where tongue-in-cheek humour and the ominous notion of the uncanny merge. The bright colour palette and near-feverish realism transcends to create an unsettling dreamlike world. Foster-Clarke’s works often depict women, insects, animals and still life scenes.
She obtained a BA in Fine Art from Norwich University of the Arts. She was selected as a winner of the Freelands Painting Prize 2021 and exhibited as part of the group exhibition at the Freelands Foundation Gallery, London.