GARY ANDREW CLARKE
Archival pigment print
Image size: 16" x 16"
Paper size: 20" x 20"
Edition size: 20 + 2 AP
About the Work
Limited edition print, exclusive to Tempe Digital.
Archival ink on acid-free paper.
Includes certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.
Solid wood frames with acrylic glass and acid-free backing.
Flat profile, 1" wide by 3/4" deep.
Available in matte black, matte white, or natural maple finish.
Includes dust cover, hanging wire, and bumpers.
About the Artist
As a child of the naively futuristic 1970s, Gary Andrew Clarke is mainly influenced by the hard-edge painting and geometric abstraction from that period. This series of prints was inspired by the 'Chance and Order' experiments of Kenneth Martin. Each work is a 10 x 10 grid and each grid unit is either a vertical line, horizontal line, or both. This was decided by random selection, with a second random process choosing the color of each unit. Clarke’s paintings and prints have been exhibited in Manchester, London and various other cities in Europe. Gary currently lives and works in Manchester, England.