Updated: Apr 24, 2019
In his new series, Clark Rendall continues to impress with works based on motifs from nature, architecture, and ancient civilizations, engaging with natural elements such as water, and animals. Through his works such as Snake, Fountain and Leaves, Rendall encourages a culture of ecological awareness, and greater understanding of our relationship with natural systems and other living things.
Rendall recently returned to his native Milwaukee and began working out of his new art studio. His work is primarily focused on screen prints which he will exhibit while participating in Renegade Craft in Chicago. "I realized that most of the art I sold was to people I know, but most people I know have limited budgets for artwork."
"The monochromatic motifs stand as symbols for elements of the natural environment"
"I decided to start making limited edition screen prints, because I could price them lower than my paintings and make them more affordable and accessible to a wider audience. There has been a good response so far. The monochromatic motifs stand as symbols for elements of the natural environment, but are not so rigidly geometric like my previous works."
Rendall is also starting work on two additional painting series he will be pursuing. One landscape based, and the other could be considered abstract wildlife portraits.
Rendall's latest series is made out of limited edition home made screen prints on paper size 15 x 22 Inches. All limited edition prints are available direct from the artist here.