Kim K. Clarke was born in New York in 1908. By the 1920s Clarke had settled in Pasadena and established a commercial art studio. He was active in the local art scene in his leisure. The subjects of his watercolors included ships and railroads.
Exhibited: Painters & Sculptors of Los Angeles, 1928, 1932; San Diego Fine Arts Gallery, 1933; Graves Gallery (Santa Barbara, 1938; Los Angeles Public Library, 1935; California Watercolor Society, 1939.
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