Art in Alternative Spaces


Featured Artist

George C. Clark

High Ground  Acrylic on Canvas   38" x 50"   George C. Clark

Windmill in Damme, Belgium  Oil on Canvas  22 x 28"  George C. Clark

Derelict Locomotive, Union Illinois  Oil on Panel  18 x 24"  George C. Clark

Farmer's Yard  Kettlewell, N. Yorkshire   Ink & Watercolor  10 x 14"  George C. Clark

Saddle Tank Switch Engine - Union, Illinois   Watercolor   14 x 10"   George C. Clark

Design for Sheraton Station Square Lobby Mural, Pittsburgh   Ink & Colored Pencil   7 1/4 x 18" George C. Clark

Artist's Statement

"Working from life has always been at the core of my art," says George C. Clark.   "Even when I paint large-scale landscapes in my studio, I am giving form to ideas conceived on site."    Clark's landscapes,  figure paintings and graphics have been shown at many museums and galleries and are represented in the United States Air Force Art Collection and numerous private and corporate collections.    Two large railroad-themed murals by Clark were commissioned by the Ritz Carlton Hotel of Cleveland, Ohio, for its new Century Restaurant, and another Clark mural is featured in the lobby of the Sheraton Station Square Hotel in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

George C. Clark was born in Chicago. A graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, he served with the U.S. Army in Vietnam and worked in graphic design before his first gallery exhibition in 1978. Since then his figure paintings, landscapes and graphics have been shown at many museums and galleries and have been awarded prizes by the Art Institute of Chicago, the Municipal Art League, Rockford College, Beverly Art Center in Chicago, Evanston Art Center, the Lexington (Kentucky) Art League, and the Rockford Art Museum. Private collectors of his work are located mostly in the Midwest, but also in California, Texas, Israel, Japan and England.




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