Medium: acrylic and sand on scintilla


16.5 in. h. x 12 in. w.


"Our ready acceptance of Carter's world is a proof of his universality. But, as is the case with all superior artists, Carter's vision is personal. He reveals to us a neglected nook in one corner of our memories. We would never have thought of it without Carter's help, but once he reminds us of his world, we dimly remember having once lived in it, perhaps in a dream, perhaps in a glimpse of a shadowy, hulking shape, seen off to one side in peripheral vision. Whatever it was, it represented danger. We tried to avoid it; we ought to have face it." -Gordon Brown (Senior Editor, Arts Magazine), Clarence Carter, Exhibition at Pardee Hall Gallery, Lafayette College, October 1966

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