James B. Clover
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Secret Language presents an atypical, series of mixed media on paper depicting the artist’s deep aesthetic; a colorful geometric rehearsal, intelligently comingling illustrations, with industrial rational influences. A fantastic world, in which shadows enhance primary colors, and where the rhythm and recurrence of nature becomes choreographic. The unworldly aura is overwhelming, while the structure of the drawings are choreographic, the deeper meaning is spirituality and magic.
James B. Clover b. 1938 is an internationally known American artist and academician. After receiving his MFA from Tulane University in New Orleans, the artist taught and created as Professor of Sculpture and Drawing for over 30 years.
Several U.S. cities boast sculpture parks which host the work of both James Clover and Alexander Calder. Major museum collections, include the High Museum of Art Atlanta as well as the Mississippi Museum of Art.