In progress on the day we visited was this series of resin-coated pieces by Clark, which incorporate dog-head playing cards she inherited from her grandmother’s estate. “I’ve kept most of what I got from her so sentimental that I haven’t been able to enjoy a lot of it,” she says. “These pieces represent the first step in my being able to finally use all this cool stuff in my artwork. I’ll probably go back to them with paint and pencil in the same colors and do some very detailed line work. Hopefully the resin layers will be thick enough that you’ll be able to differentiate the spaces between all the drawings.”
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In progress on the day we visited was this series of resin-coated pieces by Clark, which incorporate dog-head playing cards she inherited from her grandmother’s estate. “I’ve kept most of what I got from her so sentimental that I haven’t been able to enjoy a lot of it,” she says. “These pieces represent the first step in my being able to finally use all this cool stuff in my artwork. I’ll probably go back to them with paint and pencil in the same colors and do some very detailed line work. Hopefully the resin layers will be thick enough that you’ll be able to differentiate the spaces between all the drawings.”