Wild Domestic Wearable – Episode 3 – Sally Clark

“Wild, Domestic, Wearable” – Centre for the Arts kicks off a month-long exhibition featuring visual artists Sally Clark and Ric Conn and jewelry designer Joan Nubie. The show features wild and domestic creatures in a variety of mediums including pastel, gouache and mixed media, and jewelry designs in metal, gems and re-imagined items. The exhibition begins Saturday, March 9th and runs through March 30th.

Recently retired from teaching in the public and private sectors, she presently enjoys painting whimsical images on furniture, as well as walls. Painting with watercolors, however, is her first love. From painting house portraits to flower gardens painted on site, she likes a variety of subjects. Sally received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee and art education certificate from the University of Memphis. She continued her education by earning a certificate of Studies from the Institute of American Studies on Aix-En-Provence, France. She is a member of Working Artists Forum in Easton, Maryland. Paintings by Sally can be seen in homes and businesses throughout the area.