Spring Trees is done on four Solid sheets of Brass finely sculpted with grinder and painted in a modern impressionistic style. The art is made with manmade industrial materials to represent God created art - nature. It is still a beautiful thing to see undisturbed trees out in a peaceful breeze. Man has moved, replanted, destroyed so many to create his own beauty. The trees become a part of a new type of beauty. The metal canvas is used as an inviting medium to a viewers eye to feel one with the piece and see and feel things that others may not. The piece "moves" like a gentle breeze and changes as you walk by with the light that surrounds it at the time of viewing. It is a massive piece 6ft. tall by 12 ft. wide on solid sheets of brass. Unlike, past works this piece is sculpted before it is painted. Each blade of grass is sculpted primed and painted to give depth to the fields creating a 3D illusion to the piece. The dynamic colors draw you in and move you from right to left as the hills rolls with you crescendoing as it reveals the golden etched grass. Look up the story called "The Three Trees"!
- Art form: 2-D
- Depth: 2 inches
- Medium: metal and latex paint
- Width: 12'
- Year created: 2015
- Height: 6'
About Clark art Studio
Welcome back to Artprize Roy and Amanda Clark, the husband and wife team that are pioneering a new form of fine art called "Sculpted Fine Art" With Artprize 2009 as their impetus; they began creating fine art on solid sheets of brass, aluminum and stainless steel. Amanda paints her master pieces on the metal and Roy sculpts the paint off to create the illusion of depth and movement. Check them out at clarkartstudio on facebook or clarkartstudio.com Their work has been purchased and placed around the world. It has been in the Edison State College through the VonLiebig Art Museum, Fifth Avenue Design, Sweet art Gallery, Rolls- Royce Show Room, Port Royal Jewlers, Grand Rapids Christian High School, Netec, Co., DeBruyne Fine Art Gallery, Pregnancy Resource centers, as well as their own Gallery in Naples, FL called the Clark Art Private Reserve. They have volunteered their time at art shows and donated to many fundraisers in Naples. They have been recognized in Modern Luxury Interiors of South Florida and Naples Illustrated magazines, Fox 4 and a number of other publications. The Clarks will be at Christies in Brooklyn, New York this June for a private show.