Having grown up all over the world, my collages
reflect my impressions of nature. When I collage a Brazilian butterfly next to a North American flower it is because, in my mind, they are intrinsically connected.


New York Magazine
Design Sponge
Soho Myriad Art Consulting
Land of Nod
Dorian Design Studio
Fulcrum Arts
World of Dot
Panama Restaurant
The Jealous Curator
Wie Schön ist Panama
+ more

SELECT Shows :

2019 Off the Page Festival, FORM, Perth
2019 The Goods Shed, FORM, Perth
2019 The Mushroom Hunters, Solo Exhibition, AutoTeile, Berlin
2018 Fulcrum Arts, Emerge Benefit Art Auction, Los Angeles
2018 Mujeres que cortan y pegan, MULAFEST, Madrid
2017 ÉCHALE GUINDAS, “When you are a stranger”, Madrid
2016 Berlin Art Fair, Berlin
2016 Intimate Immensity, Solo Exhibition, AutoTeile, Berlin


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Commissions and Fine Art
Set Design
Art and Creative Direction

Clare Celeste Börsch is an American artist based in Berlin. Like her artwork, her life has been a collage of sorts. She was born in Thailand and has lived in Brazil, Italy, Honduras, Argentina, and the United States. She now lives in Germany with her husband and son.

Pushing the limits of assemblage and collage, Clare uses found, photographed, and hand-painted images to create artworks that span from works on paper to large-scale installations.

“I enjoy creating immersive spaces. I want work that draws people in and momentarily transports them somewhere surreal.”

Her work has been featured in hotel lobbies, magazines, on book covers and wine bottles, and has even been made into puzzles. Clare enjoys working with creative directors and her commercial commissions both inspire and are inspired by her studio practice.

Prior to opening her own practice, Clare earned a Master’s degree in Public Policy from UCLA. She has a decade of experience in public arts administration and project management, where she specialized in arts management, community-led design, and public art.

Clare’s most recent works focus on ecology, climate change, and species preservation. Marrying her studio practice with her background in policy, the new works aim to both inspire and educate.