Dana Clark
Arthur T Kalaher Fine Art
Sculpture, Mahogany, Oak and Ebony Done 1998
$450. 24 inches high x 15 inches wide x 2, 1/2 inches depth

    Dana Clark started carving wood at Milburn High School, New Jersey. He sold his first piece to the Paper Mill Play House in 1970. Dana studied art at USF, MCC, Ringling School of Art in 1983, and understudied with many individual artists. He works with clay, stone, wood, steel, and aluminum.

Dana worked with clay and wood for many years and graduated to alabaster and marble at Ringling School of Art. Dana’s major focus has always been the surreal and abstract. He started exploring erotic surrealism with clay in the late 70s and has returned to this side of himself recently.  His most recent evolution is mastering welding, which he has used to express his whimsical self using steel and aluminum.