John Clement’s work is currently on display at two prominent Southern institutions. His 2012 sculpture Caracol is currently installed at the Discovery Museum on Hilton Head, NC, and the 2007 work Squirt (pictured) is displayed at Georgia Tech. If you are in the area of either exhibition, don’t miss these amazing outdoor installations!
Q: What is your inspiration? A: Line, form, volume, process, family, music, the human figure, athletic movement, struggle, passion, thought, learning, failure, success, freedom, opportunity… Q: What artists or movements do you see your work as being related to? A: Having worked closely with artists such as Marc di Suvero and John Henry, I’d say […]
John Clement’s sculptures Hot Tamale, Tusk, and Orange Julius will be featured in an upcoming exhibition at the Boscobel House in Garrison, NY. In the exhibtion, John Clement exhibits his brightly colored bent steel pipes that appear to defy gravity as they loop through space creating circular “line drawings”. A student of such acclaimed artists […]
De Buck Gallery is pleased to announce John Clement’s participation in the sixth edition of the Sarasota Season of Sculpture, curated by John Henry and entitled “Under Azure Skies.” Clement’s monumental sculpture, Squirt, will be on view through the end of May 2012. For more information, please click here or contact the gallery.