Robert WK Clark's Figurative Fine Art Gallery

 
 
 

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Robert WK Clark

Robert WK Clark's Figurative Fine Art Gallery

There are many words that can describe an artist, but passion and interesting illustrate Robert WK Clark. Clark is an artist who attributes organization as an important aspect of the artwork that he creates. An enigmatic paradox enhances the beauty in Clark's work as the observer sees not a single point of splendor, rather a fusion and a union of chaotic yet serene nature. Robert WK Clark celebrates the artistry and beauty of the female form in his works. Clad in nothing but the barest of accessories, Clark's subjects are depicted in various classy and elegant poses with their facial expressions and poses telling stories and sending messages to the world and portraying emotions so raw that the viewers of the piece would be caught in the authenticity and mastery of each environment that Clark has successfully achieved. Each image is captured in some tranquil settings like deserts, rivers, and forests, among other locations. Clark also uses everyday objects and substances like paint, jewelry, flowers, and feathers, to send a message. Moreover, each work by Clark has been artistically altered to create effects of light and shade and effects of texture and balance. Color composition should also not be ignored in Clark's works. Tinges of blue in an image evoke a feeling of calm and relaxation. Hues of red and orange depict movement and dynamism. The model, the environment she is in, and Clark's technique are seamlessly combined to form a unique and classy composition of art. The work is passionate and that passion is easily translated in to the images being observed. The passion is apparent not only in the design but in the arrangement of the composition and the manner in which it is presented. After viewing Clark's work one cannot deny the passion and the emotions that are flowing in the art work, and the collage presented reflects on the beauty and subtlety of the artist's work. The Sand Series and the Water Series are beautiful examples of how Clark is able to merge the element with the subject to tell a telling tale. The work is representative of not only the emotional states of the artist's mind; they are also reflection of intelligence, depth and precision. The entertainment value of Clark's works is invaluable. In a certain image, one would be fascinated to see a woman going toward the sunset, her movement suggesting joviality and ease of her surroundings. In another image, one would be delighted to see a woman in a relaxed pose and surrounded by flowers. The rest of the collection would be a pleasant surprise. Moreover, Clark also seeks to educate the viewer of his artistic technique. Most of his works show the delineation of animate objects and inanimate ones. Most of Clark's compositions are also studies of light balance, of color gradation, and of how color can affect the mood of the piece and how color can bring out the messages evoked in each work of art. Clark also shows the viewer how any object and surrounding can be transformed into scintillating works. His collection of works display human emotions that seek to entertain and inspire the viewer.
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The meaning of each presentation captured by the photographer lays on the use of color, lighting and comprehensive elements that aims to enhance human form as a part of a more expressive aspect of art rather than an object of malice. Those who know how to appreciate real art shall find Clark's collection a representation of both emotions and perception of the human body's natural being.

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Solitude at rest by Robert WK Clark

 

Flying Twins by Robert WK Clark

 

The Three Musketeers by Robert WK Clark

 

Butterfly effect by Robert WK Clark

 

In the barn by Robert WK Clark

 

In the books by Robert WK Clark

 

A day at the Ranch by Robert WK Clark

 

Day at the Ranch by Robert WK Clark

 

In the haystack by Robert WK Clark

 

Fun in the hay by Robert WK Clark

 

Cowgirl by Robert WK Clark

 

On a Rock by Robert WK Clark

 

Stone Cliff by Robert WK Clark

 

Rockwall by Robert WK Clark

 

Beauty on the cliff by Robert WK Clark

 

Cliff side by Robert WK Clark

 

Perfect lips by Robert WK Clark

 

Distant beauty by Robert WK Clark

 

Leap of Faith by Robert WK Clark

 

Playful stretch by Robert WK Clark

 

Top to bottom by Robert WK Clark

 

Midnight Oasis by Robert WK Clark

 

Fantastic specimen by Robert WK Clark

 

Bosom by Robert WK Clark

 

Just enough light by Robert WK Clark

 

Full cup by Robert WK Clark

 

Backlit by Robert WK Clark

 

Waking for the day by Robert WK Clark

 

Lion pounce by Robert WK Clark

 

Ok Please by Robert WK Clark

 

Red bass guitar by Robert WK Clark

 

Riding a Colt by Robert WK Clark

 

Taking aim by Robert WK Clark

 

Black and Black by Robert WK Clark

 

River of Beauty by Robert WK Clark

 

Beauty on a chair by Robert WK Clark

 

Broken wings by Robert WK Clark

 

Blonde Profile by Robert WK Clark

 

Beautiful shade of gray by Robert WK Clark

 

Softness by Robert WK Clark

 

Covered in color by Robert WK Clark

 

Twined in rope by Robert WK Clark

 

Wrapped in red by Robert WK Clark

 

Pink flower petals by Robert WK Clark

 

Red light bum by Robert WK Clark

 

Twins in darkness by Robert WK Clark

 

Inexplicable beauty by Robert WK Clark

 

Mysterious light by Robert WK Clark