Come help us celebrate our new studio, located at Chromedge Studios (studio #14), during this months Franklinton Fridays! Enjoy a wine tasting featuring special limited craft wine, created by a local winemaker. Enjoy the art of Maureen E Clark Art and Alison Stittsworth-Hall, while having your portrait taken by local photographer Blvck Sirens Photography. https://www.facebook.com/franklintonfridays/ https://www.facebook.com/Chromedge/
“Spring Tulips” 16x20in Still-life painting on canvas paper email@example.com
“Birthday Flowers” 16x20in Still-life painting on canvas paper | firstname.lastname@example.org
“Blooming Lilies” 16x20in Still-life painting on canvas paper | email@example.com “Positive Vibes” 16x20in Still-life painting on canvas paper | firstname.lastname@example.org
New flower still-life paintings on canvas paper16x20in Available at https://www.maureeneclarkart.com/contact
Evening Lake Original painting on stretched canvas 18x36in AVAILABLE | contact https://www.maureeneclarkart.com/contact
New Water Reflections
Lake of Lilies’ 24x46in Available at http://www.maureeneclarkart.com/ ‘Lily Pond’ 28x22in polyptych Available at http://www.maureeneclarkart.com/
Still-Life Painting ORIGINAL AVAILABLE Painting on Canvas Paper 16″ x 20
Still-life studies on canvas paper 16″ x 20″ ORIGINAL AVAILABLE View more at http://www.maureeneclarkart.com/
Figure Study Paintings
This Collection of nude figures explores the journey of anxiety. Bringing into light an issue that affects over 3 million a year regardless of sex, religion or race. A common unforeseen condition that unifies a community of lonely nerves, hidden behind the sheer veil of perfection. As the collection continues, figures will begin to rise…
New Year, New Art 2017
“Stormy Pier” has been accepted into the juried exhibition at Bryn Du Mansion, ‘New Year New Art 2017’! The opening reception is Wednesday March 15th, 7pm- 9pm.
Commission work completed, a thoughtful and timeless custom painting. Replicating a starlit proposal in downtown Columbus, on the Scioto Mile, along the Olentangy River.