Raku fired ceramic sculpture.
2007 Pen & Brush Gallery Award Winner. The body is a visual, tangible communicator of a society's values, specifically those regarding social order & the spiritual world. The entire life-cycle of an individual, from birth to childhood to old age to death itself, for both men and women, is marked by a series of rites of passage.
Bates Clark is a self-taught ceramist from the Pacific Southwest, she has worked as an Art Director, an Award-winning Illustrator and a member of the Woodstock Artist Assoc. Board of Directors. Her past commissioned work includes pieces based on Egyptian themes for the Luxor Casinos main showroom in Las Vegas, Nevada. Her multi-cultural wall sculptures are reminiscent of ancient ritual art. Ms Bates Clarks creations are in numerous private collections across the nation including those of notable celebrities as Martha Stewart.
She has had solo exhibitions at the Woodstock Art Gallery, Woodstock, NY, the Wright Gallery, Kingston, NY, and the Hoyt Institute of Fine Art, New Castle, PA. She was a Featured Artist of the Month for The...
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