Exhibitions

Locus
by David Ivan Clark

September 5 - 27, 2014


Opening Reception: Thursday, September 5th, 6 - 8pm


David Ivan Clark is inspired by the "vast, silent plains" of western Canada where he was born and raised. In fine layers of oil, he paints fields of gradated hues on wood or stainless steel panels. Atmospheric in quality, his paintings evoke distant horizons and desert landscapes, fading light or morning sun. This September, Gallery IMA is excited to present Locus, a solo exhibition of his work. David Ivan Clark received a B.A. in Literature from Princeton University and studied architecture at the Oregon School of Design. With the exception of a brief apprenticeship in the studio of Jonathan Barbieri in Oaxaca, Mexico, he is a self-taught painter. His work has been exhibited throughout the United States and is held in private, public, and corporate collections. Curators from the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Los Angeles County Museum, and the Denver Art Museum have selected his work for inclusion in shows at various venues in the Western United States.


Adoratorio 68
45 by 45 inches
Oil on Birch

Untitled(12-08)
20 by 38 inches
Oil on Stainless Steel
$3,500

Adoratorio 69
48 by 70 inches
Oil on Birch

Untitled(Still#85)
18 by 30 inches
Oil on Birch
$2,400

Untitled(Still#78)
9 by 30 inches
Oil on Birch
Sold

Untitled(Still#128)
15 by 45 inches
Oil on Birch
$3,400

Untitled(Still#129)
15 by 45 inches
Oil on Birch
$3,400