Artist

Beau Clinton
Brooklyn, New York

Beau Clinton began painting in oils at the age of twelve. He studied art at the University of Georgia, where he was also given the opportunity to study throughout Cuba and Germany. Following graduation from UGA and his exit show in 2007, Beau received an internship with the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, and then with the Department of Press, Publications, and Archives at White Cube in London.

Artist and Customer Comments


Beau Clinton 9/18/2012 | 12:17 AM

Yes, I include the abbreviated title, along with the signature and date on the back.

commentsYTMAYD
faboo 9/17/2012 | 9:20 PM

Love the name. Do you include the title on the painting (ie. back)?

Beau Clinton 9/13/2012 | 7:41 PM

It stands for You Tell Me About Your Dreams. That series was a lot of fun to paint, even though it took so long to complete, and is almost sold out. Thanks for your interest!

commentsYTMAYD
faboo 9/13/2012 | 2:53 PM

What does this title mean? YTMAYD By the way, lovely paintings. May consider one very soon.

Beau Clinton 9/5/2012 | 10:58 PM

Thanks Deborah! Glad to hear you are enjoying "Figure in a Landscape". It is one of my favorites!

D Whaley 6/18/2012 | 7:43 PM

I just received Figures in a Landscape and I love it. The colors are wonderful. It is such a dramatic painting and it looks great in the space I had picked for it. I couldn't be more pleased.

J LeGrande 9/13/2011 | 11:39 PM

Love your untitled blue sea oil painting. just beautiful.

Catherine OBrian 5/29/2010 | 11:31 AM

I feel very fortunate to have your painting Untitled 10 in my home. With its rich colors and mysterious depths and shadows, I know that I will enjoy contemplating this treasure for years to come.

Beau Clinton 5/24/2010 | 12:03 AM

Thank you, Karen! I'm happy to hear you are enjoying it, and I appreciate your support.

commentsSeascape II
Karen purchased this artwork. 4/28/2010 | 11:42 AM

Andrew, We are thrilled with Seascape II. It is so peaceful, we could look at it all day. Thank you.

Beau Clinton 8/14/2008 | 9:54 PM

thanks qi peng! it's very motivational to hear things like that.

qi peng 8/14/2008 | 1:58 PM

So incredible! Watts is a fabulous historical painter whose brushwork veers between expressionism and conceptual subject matter (lot of "gay" subtexts can be red) just like a Gerhard Richter. Wonderful work. Highly recommended. And good to know that he likes Hernan Bas' stuff too.

HDISYL
by BEAU CLINTON


Acrylic painting on stretched canvas
One-of-a-kind
Signed on back
2016

30" h x 30" w x 1.5" d
6 lbs. 0 oz.

$1,625


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This series developed out of a desire to abstract the idea of space, as well as to combine figurative elements with the background. I am interested in how spaces intersect in our memory, and these works draw on overlapping figurative forms to convey that. I was also influenced by the color palette and line work of Amy Sillman after seeing her retrospective at Bard College last year.

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