Edward "Ted" Clark is a glass artist based out of Oahu, Hawaii. Clark completed a BA in fine arts and a BS in marine biology and ecology from The Evergreen State College. Clark continued his work in glass for the next several years working with many world-renowned artists. After relocating to Hawaii, he founded the Taonga Glass and Glass Arts Association of Hawaii. Recently, Clark was an Artist in Residence at Honolulu Museum of Art presenting a large installation titled, "Spearfishing Omilu Ulua". Clarks' glass work has been published in magazines, national and international books on glass and art, is part of private collections worldwide and has won several awards in juried exhibitions. Clarks' current body of work uses hot sculptued and assembled with the subject matter focused on the marine environment.
Join us at the Foci Studio to gain insight into the creative process of hot glass sculptor and marine biologist Ted Clark.