About Artist: Clark Richert grew up in Wichita, Kansas, in a family of mathematicians and scientists. In High School he felt he was destined for a career in science, when he discovered Abstract Expressionism and realized that he would be an artist. Clark met students at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, where they staged the first "droppings," conceptual artworks that included objects that were dropped from the roof of a loft space onto the street below. Clark currently is a professor in the Painting Program at the Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design in Denver, Colorado. His work has been exhibited throughout the country. Clark Richert's work and solo gallery exhibitions span the last 35 years. In addition to public and corporate commissions, his work can be found in the following collections: Smithsonian American Art Museum, Nelson-Atkins Museum, Wichita Art Museum, Denver Art Museum, Amoco, Container Corporation of America and many others. Richert's work is currently represented in the following galleries: Rule Modern and Contemporary Gallery in Denver, Gallery 128 in New York, Linda Fairchild Gallery in San Francisco. He was recently featured in the first Biennial of the Americas exhibition, The Nature of Things, as the sole Denver-represented artist.
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