Australian artist Neilton Clarke, currently residing in Japan and a lecturer at Joshibi University of Art and Design in Tokyo, visited Splitgraphic and Split from 21st to 26th October.
The Bumper Bar, woodblock Print (hand-printed), (H) 38cm x (W) 57cm
Neilton Clarke was born in Sydney and undertook his training at UNSW – COFA, majoring in painting & printmaking. Widely travelled, he has undertaken artist-in-residence programs in France, Canada, and Thailand. In the 1990s he undertook a half-year artist residency in Japan via the Japan Foundation, and has maintained a base there since. He is represented in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia (Canberra), the Art Gallery of NSW (Sydney), the Myer Foundation (Melbourne), MLC Centre (Sydney), Macquarie University (Sydney), UNSW (Sydney), Sydney Institute of TAFE, Cité Internationale des Arts (Paris), Australian Embassy (Bangkok), Silpakorn University (Bangkok), Mahanakorn University (Bangkok), Machida Museum of Graphic Arts (Tokyo), Akiruno City Collection (Tokyo), and many private collections.
Link: Sydney Printmakers