George Morton Clark
George Morton Clark deconstructs the world around him in a non-conformist way to produce art that shows the necessary truths of our society. He is heavily influenced by the experiences of his travels, which he uses to develop an abstract and objective view of his surroundings. It is often this ‘distance’ that becomes the subject and inspiration for many of his pieces. After graduating from the Surrey Institute of Art, gaining a First in Animation, Morton Clark focused his attention on painting as he felt that this medium gave him greater creative freedom. George Morton Clark’s work has featured in the Evening Standard, Art Daily, The Independent, Wired, CNN as well as in episodes of the BBC drama Luther. He has exhibited widely in the UK and Europe, featuring in the Stroke Art Fair in Berlin, Gallery Flash and Art Mosh in Munich, International Music Summit in Ibiza and numerous exhibitions in London.