Mixed media — gold foil on Sintra.
40” x 30.5” x 1"
The word 'praxis' means translating an idea into action. This artwork is titled after that definition because the technique used to create "Praxis" is a process developed by the artist. It represents a visual juxtaposition of an optimal balance between constancy and chaos.
– The technique used to create "Praxis" is innovated and unique to M. Clark's work. It is a one-of-a-kind process that is undisclosed.
- “Praxis”, being metallic in nature, appearance will vary as the light shifts. You will notice different elements of the piece in the morning light than you will in the evening light. The piece was created with this intention so that different lighting scenarios would show different compositional elements.
- The matte and shiny gold foil add depth and texture to the piece.
- The composition wraps around the edge piece.