Member 25 Exhibit
January 5–February 5, 2017
Artwork detail by member and instructor Delna Dastur
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View the exhibition program.
This invitational, retrospective exhibit celebrates 45 artists who have been part of The Art League for 25 years – or more – as an exhibiting artist members.
Opening reception: Thursday, January 5, 3:00–6:00 pm
The reception will be followed by a Visiting Artist Lecture by renowned painter, Timothy J. Clark, at 6:30 pm.
About Timothy J. Clark:
Clark is renowned for his expressive watercolors and his ability to intrigue artists and art appreciators with his approach to his artform.
Laguna Art Museum Executive Director Malcolm Warner said, “Timothy J. Clark stands among the American masters of watercolor, past and present. Along with an uncanny skill at his craft, he has a keen eye for a subject and a sure power of expression. There is no more persuasive argument for watercolor as an art form than a Timothy J. Clark exhibition.”
Of his colorful, unique style, Clark comments, "My art says that we are still here and the world doesn't look so bad after all."
Clark will be teaching "Still Life, Figure & Fabric" Workshop at The Art League, January 6—8, 2017. Learn more and get registered!
Clark’s watercolors, oils, and drawings are in public, private, and institutional collections, notably the Smithsonian/National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC, the Butler Museum of American Art in Youngstown, OH, the City Museum of New York, the Library of Congress/ Works on Paper, and Maine’s Farnsworth Art Museum. His paintings have been seen in multiple national solo museum exhibitions including at Laguna Art Museum and have been shown in international group exhibitions from Berlin to Istanbul’s Topkapi Museum.
Clark lectured for several years at Yale University’s Graduate School in Rome, and is on the faculty at the Art Students League of New York. He maintains studios in Capistrano Beach, CA, New York City, and West Bath, ME.
Monday–Saturday: 10:00 am–6:00 pm
Thursday: 10:00 am–9:00 pm
Sunday: 12:00 noon–6:00 pm
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