This work is about clinging to romantic dreams long after realizing they are impossible & more than a little ridiculous... How the trace of childhood aspirations have bistable functionality, as tethers and reins, bonds and bindings.
Or, in many other words: A real-life-movie-electric-space-western cowboy crafting awkward valentines in the dark of open-range middle-north adulthood.
Jim Clark is primarily a draughtsman, as well as a teaching artist and curator. He received his undergraduate art degree at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, an MFA at Vesper College, in addition to study at Cours de Civilisation Française de la Sorbonne and at the Academie de Port-Royal in Paris.
The exhibit can be seen in the Larson Art Gallery from May 20th until August 16th. The reception will be held on June 13th from 5-7PM.
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