Clovis Blackwell is an interdisciplinary artist with expertise in screenprinting. His work explores themes of suffering, perseverance, and transformation, and is regularly exhibited in Southern California and internationally. Juried competitions and group shows includes at the Kennedy Center Terrace Gallery in Washington, D.C. and the World Financial Center Gallery in New York City. He received his BFA from San Francisco Art Institute in 1999, MFA from Azusa Pacific University in 2009, and has taught printmaking for many years. Blackwell is a juried member of both the Los Angeles Art Association and the Los Angeles Printmaking Society. He owns and operates Fleur de Boom Editions, a publisher of limited edition fine art serigraph prints. Find out more at www.clovisblackwell.com.
I am continually exploring the ephemeral nature of movement, integrating
performance concepts into my visual art. The art I create is imbued
with a sense of movement - lines, form and color travel through space
trailing an invisible wake behind. My work is often not fixed in place,
which creates a John Cage quality of possibilities. Chance and change
are possible. Work can often be configured in different ways - picked up
and moved as though it were a performance that was evolving for a