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Bare Knuckle

36.00"W x 36.00"H x 1.5"D

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nicholas K clark

KANSAS CITY, MO

Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: fighting, fighter, monochromatic, irish artist, boxer, boxing, contemporary art

Media: acrylic on canvas

Size: 36"W x 36"H x 1.5"D

Year Created: 2017

My journey as an artist began with the simplest of mediums; blank paper, pencil, and pen. I quickly discovered my attraction to something I consider both cathartic and magical; the transformation of a blank sheet of paper into something aesthetically pleasing, a work of art, an 8 x 11" window of beauty in our oftentimes mundane world. Over time, the introduction of acrylics, oils, and watercolors into my work only further enhanced this process, and resultantly began my chromatic passion. Color is now the key to my creative process, and is something that remains constant throughout the continuous variance of my subject matter. Through the manipulation of color, both in its' absence and abundance, I am able to most purely express myself and establish an authentic, personal connection with all of my artwork.
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My name is Nicholas Clark. I am a Vango artist. Thank you for visiting my portfolio.Over the years I have been fortunate enough to follow my passion from Los Angeles to Denver, Dallas to Oklahoma City, and am now glad to reside in the Midwest region where I am originally from. With the change in locations also came a fluctuation in my artistic style, which has included such foci as contemporary figure studies, expressionistic color studies, and my longtime passion of pop art. I take great pride in eternalizing iconic historical and cultural figures, paying homage to those whom have contributed to our overall growth as a society. In order to both promote and share my works with the community, I take advantage of social media outlets such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter; I am also fortunate enough to have had my art displayed in a variety of different spaces, including galleries, furniture showrooms, clubs, and restaurants in such cities across the

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