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CLAUDE LOCKHART CLARK
(Graphic Artist & Woodcarver)
(Printmaker & Easel Painter)
Cherry Wood Turtle Box
Rain In The Tropics
Limited Edition 27 color seriograph and lithograph prints on archival acid free rag paper. Prints sold framed ready to hang - FREE Shipping. Limited edition prints come with a FREE (PRA CD) Personal Reference Assitance Compact Disk containing biographies, details concerning Claude Clark's life artwork and other source materials and web links.
Claude Clark and Claude Lockhart Clark are father and son famous African American artist. The father's work consist of paintings and the son is a sculptor. Their artwork is about the common man and African experience.
The father Claude Clark was an easel painter. He used European tools and methods of work. The elder Clark did a variety of work ranging from figures, flower studies, landscapes, boat marine life and nonobjective abstract. He has been listed in numerous art directories and books. Clark's work can be found at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C., de Young Museum in San Francisco, plus numerous other major art museums and collections throughout the country.
By contrast the son is a woodcarver, using African themes, methods of work and technology. A publication of his work titled "Honoring the Ancestors": The Woodcarvings of Claude Lockhart Clark, by June Anderson can be found in most major bookstores on the web. Clark taught himself African clay modeling at age 14 and began exhibiting his work with adults in museum shows by age 16. In 1973 he taught himself woodcarving and mastered the craft by 1976. The younger Clark is also a writer, webmaster and director of this project.
Claude Clark Link In Gallery Room 2