Clark is an artist and designer exploring the natural world through color, pattern, and form. His most recent series, Undisclosed Locations, questions the way we remember places. Every symbol represents a place in the memory of the artist, and might also bring to mind a similar place in the memory of the viewer. His limited edition prints are often designed as patterns which can be repeated in designs for wallpaper, textiles, rugs, and other home goods.

His work in architecture and interior design is focused around creating a healthy and meaningful relationship between the built environment and the natural world. Much of his work is centered around occupant health and environmental impact, favoring the use of nontoxic, low-VOC paints and finishes, as well as locally sourced, naturally derived, renewable, and recycled materials.

Clark received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, continued his education in interior design at Hunter College, and recently completed his Master of Arts in Sustainable Interior Environments at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. He has previously worked with The Museum of Modern Art, the Brooklyn Museum, Gensler, and COOKFOX Architects. He is an accredited professional under the LEED and WELL building rating systems, and a part-time instructor at Parsons School of Design.

For inquiries, please contact clark.rendall@gmail.com