Gerald Clarke attended The Art Institute of Boston 1992-1993 and The Massachusetts College of Art, 1993. He studied privately with Edwina Caci, Boston in 1991 and with William St. George in Boston in 1997. Clarke's oil paintings of Boston scenes and of his travels around the world (most recently to New Zealand) have been featured in numerous exhibitions in Massachusetts. His artwork has been included in juried exhibitions at The Art Complex Museum, Duxbury, Mass. since 1995. He has participated annually in the Beacon Hill Art Walk, Boston since 1994 and in the Channel Two WGBH TV Collection since 1998. The Milton Art Museum has icluded him in the annual members' shows since 1999. He was featured in a three-man show at The Milton Art Museum in 2000. Since 1998, Clarke has been exhibiting his paintings in the Annual U.S. Artist Exhibit in Philadelphia; and since 1999 at Town and Country's annual fine arts shows in Washington D.C. In addition to being a fine canvas painter,Clarke is an accomplished mural painter for which he has received public commissions. Gerald Clarke has been a featured artist at Arlene Hecht's Gallery 333 for several years.