Naples artists Roy Clark and Amanda Clark are among the featured artists at Red Dot Miami, a juried contemporary art show during Miami Art Week.
Red Dot Miami features 75 international galleries exhibiting paintings, sculpture, photography, and secondary market works. The Clarks’ artwork will be on view this weekend from noon to 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday. They are also a signature artist featured in the Cadillac VIP lounge.
Red Dot Miami attracts more than 30,000 visitors for unforgettable cutting-edge art, entertainment and special events. The show is at 1700 NE 2nd Ave. and NE 17th St. in Miami.
Colorful Landscapes on Brass or Industrial Metal
Amanda Clark paints colorful landscapes on brass or other types of industrial metal. Her husband, Roy Clark, sculpts the metal with a grinder to remove some of the color and reveal the vibrant metal underneath. This gives the illusion of movement and texture.
Artwork of Husband-Wife Duo at DeBruyne Fine Art Gallery
The distinctive art of the husband-and-wife duo has been recognized at other international art competitions and well-known galleries. Their artwork can be viewed and purchased at the DeBruyne Fine Art Gallery or by appointment at their private studio. Their most well-known work is “Living Waters,” which placed 27th out of 1,700 artists at ArtPrize, one of the world’s largest art contests. This breath-taking piece stands 8 feet tall and 18 feet wide.
For more information, visit clarkartstudio.com and follow on Facebook at facebook.com/clarkartstudio. Learn about the galleries exhibiting paintings, sculpture, photography and more at Red Dot Miami, November 30 to December 4, 2016.