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Pieces like "Bernie" show Clarke's grasp of the power of chiaroscuro—portraiture's age-old gravitas.    Marna Clarke

In her 2011 memoir “Blue Nights,” Joan Didion writes, “Aging and its evidence remain life’s most predictable events, yet they also remain matters we prefer to leave unmentioned, unexplored.” Inverness artist Marna Clarke takes a nuanced and unflinching look at this event in “Autumn,” her solo exhibition at Gallery Route One. The show, featuring 20 color photographs, highlights . . .