As a 5th grader, self-trained artist Douglas Alan Clark won an art contest in his Boise, Idaho elementary school, and he has never looked back. He took as many art classes as possible from that point forward, and upon graduation from high school, he pursued art wherever it led him: painting large outdoor murals, running a successful ad agency in Boise, working as a graphic designer in the trade-show business and for several museums in Portland, Oregon, and managing graphics projects for The Football Hall of Fame and many other area museums in Ohio.
In recent years, Doug has moved away from commercial work into fine art, painting for his own pleasure in his adopted home of Bellingham. He works primarily on recycled wood using house paint, supplemented occasionally with acrylics and oil paints. His subject matter is wide-ranging—any ideas that feel good to him and promise enjoyment to others. He has been heavily influenced by his brother, contemporary folk artist R.R. Clark (aka Fishboy), the impressionists, and the abstract expressionists of the 1940s-1960s.
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DATE & TIME
Friday, July 17, 2020
4:00 to 4:45 p.m.