Physical Distance (Tangerines and Pear Still Life)


David Clemons
Physical Distance (Tangerines and Pear Still Life)
Graphite on Arches BFK, matted with 4ply archival white Crescent mat board with 3 inch border, framed in a white 1” deep smooth box frame. Acrylic glazing.
Drawing 3H x 6W
Item #76-08x

1 in stock

Artist Info

David Clemons – Penland, NC
David was born in El Paso, Texas and spent much of his life in Austin, Texas. Initially he began his undergraduate career attending Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, pursuing a combined degree program for Biology Art and Pre-Med. He attended the program for two years before returning to Austin to complete his BFA at the University of Texas in Austin, with a primary emphasis in painting. He earned his MFA in Metalsmithing in 2007 from San Diego State University. David taught in the art department at the University of Arkansas in Little Rock, Arkansas for the past 10 years. During 8 of those years he developed and headed the Metalsmithing and Jewelry Department. His work embraces the craft of Metalsmithing and it’s collected history of techniques and objects. The resulting works rendered in metal, mixed media, and hand made artist books are vehicles to communicate ideas surrounding identity and forays into material and process-based work. He has work included in the collections of the Arkansas Art Center, National Ornamental Metal Museum, and the Yale Contemporary Crafty Collection.