Jackie Clark Biography
New York based painter Jackie Clark was born in Natick, Massachusetts, and raised in Edgewater, Maryland. She is a life member of the Art Students League of New York, and a member of the American Impressionist Society. Jackie has studied extensively with master painters, Frank Liljegren, David Leffel, and Mary Beth Mckenzie. Other areas of study within the field of the arts include, photography at ICP, scenic painting and design with Lester Polakov and the decorative arts with Mark Gardereau in Paris. Before dedicating all her time to her painting Jackie was a specialist in the field of the decorative arts and has worked on many historic theatres, churches and state buildings throughout the country as a painter and gilder. She now dedicates all her time to fine art landscape, and figurative painting. There’s a verve to Jackie’s paintings; her use of exuberant brushstrokes lend a vitality to her work. “I want my paintings to transport the viewer to an experience of place. Like the narrative voice of a storyteller, but with brush and paint. If I could give my paintings a pulse I would. Just to prove the subject had a life, that It breathed, and that the earth was on the move.”
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