Piece description from the artist
Every artist should do a "master study", or try to recreate a painting by an old master painter. It's very educational, and helps us understand more about how the masters put together a painting. One of my favorite artists is 19th/20th century American landscape painter Thomas Moran. His pieces were full of vibrant light, and just the right amount of detail. I chose this painting for this master study, even though I'm not completely sure of the name (all I've been able to find is the title "Landscape"). But it was very challenging, and I hope I did Mr. Moran some justice with this version of his painting.
Christopher Clark specializes in oil paintings of many subjects: romance, dancing, music, Italy, animals, and cityscapes. His impressionist style is compelled by bold brushwork, brilliant colors, and a luminous sense of light.
Christopher Clark has studied art his entire life, ever since he was a boy watching Bob Ross painting shows on TV (that wacky guy with the afro painting "happy little trees"). His art studies and travels have taken him all over the world in pursuit of culture, art knowledge, and painting subjects.
Christopher's favorite subject to paint is light itself, meaning anything becomes a beautiful subject if the light is stunning. Christopher's paintings are collected all over the world, and he is available for commissions of all kinds.