“I am interested in the iconography found in ancient cultures, myths and folklore. I am struck by how much of this imagery crosses barriers. I also draw inspiration from my own ‘magical thinking’,” is how Clint explains his true soul and thoughts on his art. Something to think about in today’s life of television, computers, and advertisements. How do we truly find something that is “unique, fresh, and sticky?” It’s hard to come across beauty and design like Clint Bearden. We were turned onto Clint and his artwork from our LA offices. His artwork makes you stop and look at the details; to comprehend the entire image. Take a look at his website or blog
He has been in art direction and creative support for some of the today’s biggest names:
Bombay Sapphire Gin
Dallas Theater Center
Stanley Ellis Inc. (Interior Design)
Todd Bienz Design (Interior Design Projects)
You can see his art in the Ritz-Carlton – Atlanta. If you collect art, go to art galleries, are looking for that killer piece for your office, or just admire the talent of artists around the world. Clint is something not to miss. His style of taste, touch, and design is astounding.