Muffy Clark Gill

Muffy Clark Gill is an award-winning artist who has worked in the batik process for almost 40 years. She became acquainted with batik while visiting Kampala, Uganda as a teenager in high school. There she attended an art exposition featuring artwork created in Batik. Smitten with the process, she returned to the states to learn more about this ancient style of artwork. She has a BFA from Boston University in Graphic Design, and has taken workshops with well-known instructors rozome artist Kiranada Sterling Benjamin and fiber artist Jane Dunnewold. Muffy recently had an exhibition at the South Florida State College Museum of Florida Art and Culture. She also had a solo exhibition in the 22nd Floor Florida State Capitol Gallery featuring her batik paintings of the Native Americans of south Florida in February, 2015. Her work has also been on display in the “Florida Contemporary 2015”, at the Baker Museum of Art in Naples, Florida as well as the “2015 National Fiber Directions Exhibition” in Wichita, Kansas. She is a member of the National Association of Women Artists, a professional organization of artists nominated by their peers.