Expressive Luminescence: Watercolors by Timothy J. Clark

Throughout European and American art history there have been artists who have explored light as it moves between interior and exterior spaces. From Jan Vermeer to Andrew Wyeth, select artists have analyzed the transforming effects of natural light as it animates inanimate architectural interiors.

Artist Timothy J. Clark has used his watercolors with confident acumen to describe light’s journey as it flows between inside and outside spaces, and between cause and effect.

Clark’s work is rooted in the tradition of American artists, and he travels regularly between his native California and Maine, where he maintains studios.

This exhibition features Clark’s paintings of quiet outdoor landscapes and haunting indoor spaces.

Expressive Luminescence: Watercolors by Timothy J. Clark is sponsored by George Drews.

Additional support provided by Vintage Wine Shop & Tasting Bar.

Timothy J. Clark, Study for “My Garage”, 2001. Watercolor on paper, 30 x 22 inches. Collection of Leslie and Betsy Roy.