As a Painter Grows Older, His Creativity Endures
Ed Clark, 87, is a nationally acclaimed abstract expressionist painter in New York City. As he has aged, his creativity and career have continued, undiminished. Physical restrictions have changed the style of his strokes, from forceful to fluid, not limited them. This month, the Tilton Gallery in New York celebrated his work in an exhibit titled “Edward Clark: Big Bang,” which featured nine works, all of which he painted in his 70s or 80s.
New York Times, February 23, 2014