Andy Martinelli Clark is a visual artist and writer based in Baltimore, MD. His work consists of process-driven paintings and works on paper whose signifiers possess an oblique and associative relationship to our inhabited world. By building paintings and prints through a series of carefully contemplated actions, Clark allows the final image to slowly emerge from an intuitive process that often yields serendipitous results.
His work has been exhibited in group exhibitions at MICA, VisArts and at the Delaplaine Arts Center. He not only draws inspiration from the history of art, but from writers and poets such as John Dewey, Umberto Eco, Agnes Martin and Mary Oliver. Clark is a 2019 BFA candidate in Painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art [MICA]. He currently works as a studio assistant for an artist in the Washington, DC Metro area.