Douglas Clark

Douglas Clark

I am a third generation Fort Worth native. I attended the FWISD, All Saints Episcopal School, and Trinity Valley School (class of 1984). I graduated from TCU in 1988. I am a sculptor working in bronze and painter working in oil as well as a FWISD art teacher.

My website is DouglasBClark.com.

My bronzes and sculptures are in university, corporate, private, and public collections. My art is in galleries across the west including in Texas the Insight Gallery in Fredericksburg, David Dike Fine Art in Dallas, and the White Buffalo Gallery in Glen Rose, as well as the Acosta Strong Galleries in Santa Fe, New Mexico and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In Fort Worth my art can be seen in several locations including Kay Flories Antiques, Marty and Pats Frame Shop, and the Milan Gallery.

Some of the causes that I have supported with my art are the Fort Worth Nature Center, Camp Fire First Texas, Historic Fort Worth, The Alzheimer’s Association – North Central Chapter, and New Day Services.

What do you wish other people would do?

I wish other people would continue to support the arts in all levels in Fort Worth from the elementary school level to professional artist’s and galleries, as well as local art events that benefit non profits like Camp Fire USA’s An Artist’s Christmas and Historic Fort Worth’s Preservation is the Art of the City.