Keiona Clark

The Child Factor

An International Art Exhibition

(February15 through September 15, 2021)

BIO

Keiona Clark is an artist based in Washington, DC metro area.

Clark is Founder of the DMV League of Artists; her passion is to align with similar minds and network to build a force in the creative community. Keiona has not only proven herself to be a force in the "Art" of business; she is also an Artist/ Creative inspired by her love for art,

Keiona is a (stage 3B) breast cancer survivor who was inspired to create shortly after her chemo
infusions. Surviving cancer helped her decide that her life would be centered on her passion. With no formal training, she uses non-traditional application of paints and technique which makes her art original, inspirational, and unique.

STATEMENT

There are times when I get creative blocks. Coming up with ideas and concepts are harder than the creation process itself, but once it comes it flows naturally and organically.

Windy

This piece and the entire collection shows the innocence of the subject and how at a single moment can bring them joy. This is a little girl who has not a care in the world as she looks at her balloons blow in the wind. The Title is Windy which not only depicts the action but could also be the name of the little girl. The body has no color with the purpose to symbolize diversity.

Cotton Candy

This piece and the entire collection shows the innocence of the subject and how at a single moment can bring them joy. The Title is "Cotton Candy" which depicts the colorful background and the subject carrying his/her balloon on a mission to find a cotton candy stand. The subject had no color and with rear view could be any gender with the purpose to symbolize diversity.

Keiona Clark

United States

Love Knows No Color

This piece and the entire collection shows the innocence of the subject and how children love one another despite appearances. The Title is "Love knows No Color" which not only depicts the action of showing love but the fact that the images are black and white with only the clothing they wear in color. The faces has no color with the purpose to symbolize diversity.

Inquiries?

Please contact the curator:

 Carolyn Goodridge at cgoodridge@artimpactinternational.org

Portions of the art sale proceeds will go to these two charities. Click to learn more about their work.

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