New Additions to the AP/RC: Clinton Cline

Clinton Cline’s work emerges from his vast printmaker’s intuition. His playful exploration of dimensionality and patterning combine with an indulgence of instinctive mark making. Cline notes in an artist statement that his compositions begin with a mark and proceed from one to the next, in a complex choreography of mind and body. His use of color is restrained, blues and grays, sepia  blacks, even if the lithographs are separated by many years. When a saturated red or yellow appears in these invented landscapes it adds to the drama.

Cline recently donated sixteen additional prints to the collection, the majority from the mid-1970s.


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