Pillow "Scared Clara"

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Pillow "Scared Clara!
Soft, durable & 100% polyester pillow
Zipper-free – spot or dry clean only

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"Scared Clara" is a self-portrait that Clara painted in 2018 after being invited to exhibit in Miami in "Emerging Expressions" during Art Basel week. Clara was only 12. We named it "Scared Clara" because she has an expression of fear and happiness altogether.

"Scared Clara" was Clara's first artwork sold during an auction, and today its home is in Canada.

Preparation time for the shipment: 3 days
Average time for shipping to the United States with FedEx: 1 week
Average time for shipping to Europe with FedEx and customs clearance: 7-15 days

Who is talking about us?


Fried Eggs

R.D. Laing, an individualistic psychiatrist, wrote one day: "The set of things we think and do limit by what we fail to notice. And since we fail to see what we fail to notice, we can do little to change until we notice how not to notice shapes thoughts and actions. " Clara and her art are a solid observatory of what I fail to see. Being able to accompany her, in my small way, in her artistic path is for me a unique privilege. Thank you.




2. Family

I like Clara's artworks because they are colorful, sincere, and vibrant. I feel in love with a huge painting of the family, which I gave to my family. All portraited in a vast space that expresses freedom and complicity simultaneously, painted with pastel colors that I love. I have it hanging in my dining room. The detail more brilliant is: Clara's signature is upside down!

Laura Toselli



2. Harmony

Collecting Clara's works means filling your eyes with colors, discovering always different shapes in her brushstrokes having harmony and peace within your own walls because these are the sensations that her works communicate. You may be born not quite as perfect as science asks of us but it is what we do with our life that matters. Clara has already decided and we are very excited about it!

Carla Pianigiani




I met Clara in 2018 at her first exhibition. I wanted to confront her art versus her disability, and I found myself in front of a beautiful show where I bought my first artwork. Clara is a promising artist: her creations are full of beautiful colors, and she goes from portrait to abstract to pop art to real-life stories! I collect more than 25 of Clara's artworks, and it is also an investment for me.

Andrea Piombino