Claire Clark

Ceramic Sculptures

The Dance in Clay and Bronze

the Substance of an Artist's Media

Dancing © Claire Clark

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Claire first discovered ceramics in a high school class. Here she was able to fire and glaze her small sculptures. She also took weekend classes at the Museum of Modern Art, where she did a series of tempera paintings and also became very familiar with the museum.

She became more involved with painting, first studying with Howard Trafton at The Art Students League of New York, and then with Harry Sternberg and then sculpture with John Hovannis.

Two Dancers Ballet
© Claire Clark 2006
Two Dancers in the Ballet
Bonded Bronze
5" x 3 " x 5 "
Couple Dancing
Claire Clark 2003
Stoneware with Glaze
10" High

At Bennington College she studied painting, sculpture, and etching, and became more drawn to sculpture.

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