Timothy J. Clark’s expressive interiors, urban landscapes, figures and personal still lifes have been celebrated in solo museum exhibitions on both coasts and in the heart of the country. A modern, master figurative painter, he recasts traditions of painting for a new generation.
The Hispanic Society Museum & Library,
Broadway between 155th and 156th Streets
New York, NY 10032
A Watercolor Journey through Spain, Portugal and Mexico
Featuring the Contemporary Work of Timothy J. Clark
June 17 - October 16, 2022
Thursdays – Sundays
Noon – 6 p.m.
Watercolors from the Hispanic Society's collection of North American artists, including John Singer Sargent and Childe Hassam, and featuring recent contemporary works from Spain, Mexico and Portugal by Timothy J. Clark. For further information about this exhibition please click here.
El Transparente, my watercolor painting expressing the mystery of Toledo’s Cathedral, has been acquired for the permanent collection of the Hispanic Society Museum & Library in New York City.
My solo exhibition, Family Reunion: Portraits by Timothy J. Clark, was on view at Howard University’s Gallery of Art in Washington DC from January 22 through March 17.
Click here to view a virtual tour of the exhibition.
Two of the portraits in my exhibition Family Reunion have been acquired for Howard University’s permanent collection:
I had the pleasure last year of painting a watercolor portrait of well-known attorney Tom Tureen
“Timothy Clark’s gossamer layering of colors reanimates everything he paints, so that even the familiar is seen anew.”
Art Historian, Curator, and Critic
“Timothy J. Clark stands among the American masters of watercolor, past and present.”
Former Director, Laguna Art Museum
“The luminous watercolors of Timothy J. Clark are the successors to Sargent’s ethereal atmospheres of light, mist and color.
—Michael Brown, Ph.D
Associate Curator of Art, San Diego Museum of Art