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Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks. Simonides




Bob Clyatt grew up roaming the countryside of Northern California, ending up 
studying art at UC Berkeley in the 70s.   Absorbing the zeitgeist of that time and 
place created a desire for fusion in Bob’s work – ancient and contemporary, 
organic and technological.  Using clay as his central medium connects Bob to the 
oldest art-making traditions, and he uses a range of vehicles such as assemblage 
and the introduction of modern materials and gesture to bring about a fusion in 
the work and give it contemporary voice.   Bob spent 8 years in formal study of 
sculpture, primarily at the Art Students League, and shows his work widely in 
New York.  He lives and has his studio in Rye, NY.

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