Reflections: Artfields 2016

What a year this has turned out to be. Last weekend, with friends, family, and colleagues gathered in Lake City, South Carolina, we all awaited the announcement of the winners for Artfields 2016.  My video store installation was up for consideration against 300+ other fantastic works of art from across the SouthEast region. My colleague, friend, and metalworker-extraordinairre Logan Woodle took an honorable mention award; … Continue reading Reflections: Artfields 2016

Art on Paper in NYC, Current and Upcoming Shows

2015 is already shaping up to be a busy and exciting year. My New York Gallery, Kenise Barnes Fine Art, has been great to me already this year.  At the end of the month, the show Snowbird will premiere at the gallery with other artists Christine Aaron, Michiyo Ihara, Jenny Kemp, and Josette Urso. The show will run from Saturday, Feb 28, 2015 until Apr 11, 2015. KBFA will also … Continue reading Art on Paper in NYC, Current and Upcoming Shows

Alabama to Brooklyn, and all new works

I recently had an opening at the Gadsden Museum of Art in Gadsden, Alabama;  my good friend Rebecca Duke is the manager there, and it was great to have an opportunity to show my work in the space she manages. September 5th, I am so honored to be a part of the show Pierogi XX: Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition at Pierogi at the Pierogi Gallery in Brooklyn, … Continue reading Alabama to Brooklyn, and all new works

Simply Creative, Society South, Nashville Native, AND New Works

It has been an exciting month already, and we’re only a week into July. Simple Creative featured my work on the first of the month – thanks Susan Yang! Society South also did a feature on some of my towers. Perhaps most exciting is a feature in the Nashville Native magazine.  My visit with Timothy Beaton, author of the article, “Something Tangible” was fantastic, and … Continue reading Simply Creative, Society South, Nashville Native, AND New Works

Recent Features – May 2014

This has been a busy month!  I’ve had several features online, and the show in San Francisco at Spoke Arts seems to have been a success.  Here are some of the highlights: Hi Fructose did a feature on the show at Spoke Art.  Nastia Voynovskaya said, “For their current group show, “Paper Cuts,” San Francisco’s Spoke Art invited a diverse assembly of artists who transform paper into … Continue reading Recent Features – May 2014

Charles Clary – Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Originally posted on 365 Artists | 365 Days:
Patiflasmic Plasmatic Gestation Movement #2 (detail shot) Briefly describe the work you do. I use paper to create a world of fiction that challenges the viewer to suspend disbelief and venture into my fabricated reality. By layering paper I am able to build intriguing land formations that mimic viral colonies and concentric sound waves. These strange landmasses contaminate and infect the… Continue reading Charles Clary – Murfreesboro, Tennessee