F. E. CLARK Inspirations

Here are a few of my favourite things - some are reblogged from tumblr (if you find something here of yours, that you would rather not be here - just let me know), others are treasures from elsewhere.
I try in all cases - not to reblog items with no source listed on them.
calamityatsea:

Self-explanitory doodle from a couple of weeks ago.
I still miss having pink hair.

calamityatsea:

Self-explanitory doodle from a couple of weeks ago.

I still miss having pink hair.

being friends

cherokeeghostwriter:


I have the day off today, and a little time before i go to court. I was thinking about someone that i miss very much, someone who for years was my best friend, someone who has been dead for many years now. His name was Marion Lewis, affectionately known as Mic, and would not answer to Marion if…

flatmountainpress:

A long, long way from the horizon.
(This drawing was made as a part of ISLAND’s Hill House artist residency)

flatmountainpress:

A long, long way from the horizon.

(This drawing was made as a part of ISLAND’s Hill House artist residency)

grockenwagner:

Summer Day Quilt - 52” x 75”
I crave these colors in the Summertime. The juicy peaches and sunny yellows are at the same time theraputic and energizing. I started this modern take on the Courthouse Steps motif with a precious square of my all time favorite Leah Goren print, and from there it grew outwards. Along the way it became a study in perspective. As I added strips, I imagined the cheer it could bring to a home on a cloudy day. I give you now my snap shot of Summer, and hope your Summer is going well too (if you live in the Northern Hemisphere). Here.
- Gina Rockenwagner

grockenwagner:

Summer Day Quilt - 52” x 75”

I crave these colors in the Summertime. The juicy peaches and sunny yellows are at the same time theraputic and energizing. I started this modern take on the Courthouse Steps motif with a precious square of my all time favorite Leah Goren print, and from there it grew outwards. Along the way it became a study in perspective. As I added strips, I imagined the cheer it could bring to a home on a cloudy day. I give you now my snap shot of Summer, and hope your Summer is going well too (if you live in the Northern Hemisphere). Here.

- Gina Rockenwagner

(via ringtales)

feclark:

'Listen in the Places that Call Your Name' - daily painting - 21st July, 2014.  5” x 5”, acrylic on paper, by F. E. Clark.
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feclark:

'Listen in the Places that Call Your Name' - daily painting - 21st July, 2014.  5” x 5”, acrylic on paper, by F. E. Clark.

website, facebook, twitter