M. Clark


    The goal is always to find balance amid the upheaval. But it’s the juxtaposition of the two in a composition––and in life––that keeps things interesting.

    ––M. Clark, Painter

    New York City-based gilder M. Clark creates metallic artwork by sculpting gold, copper, and silver foil. Her compositions explore the many ways reflectivity, texture, and shape suggests depth and movement, creating visual conversations about emotion. 

    Clark earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in graphic design from Brigham Young University and worked as an art director for leading brands before becoming a full-time artist. She attributes her discipline as an artist to the rigor of her training as a graphic designer.

    She has exhibited widely in the United States with additional shows in Paris, London, and Korea. Her works are owned by collectors around the world and have been featured in international publications, as well as exhibited in the Smithsonian. She has received multiple awards including an Award of Excellence from The Kennedy Center.