Naomi Clark paints her surroundings though an abstracted filter. Clark does this using bold coloration, fragmented forms and gestural brushstrokes. Color is central to her work. These elements provide energy and creativity to the viewer. Her work becomes a resting place for the mind, free from judgment, where the viewer returns to the excitement felt in childhood, where creativity reigns and ideas begin.
Naomi Clark is a painter and textile artist residing in Brooklyn NY. Born in Denver Colorado Clark moved to Brooklyn to study painting at Pratt Institute in 2006. After receiving her MFA in painting from Pratt, she co-founded the artist collaborative Fort Makers. Her work spans from classical painting to interactive temporary installations. Clark’s work has been shown across the country including sets designs at MoMA PS1 and Fort Maker’s installations at Virginia Museum of Fine Art.