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Gallery Spotlight | Stephen L. Clark Gallery

Passionate about celebrating Southern and Southwestern fine art photographers and photography, 20 years ago Stephen Clark had a realization about art in Austin.

“There were very fine artists working in the region, yet few people in Austin acquiring the work,” Clark says. “I wanted to change that.” Recognizing a niche and desire for what are described on his website as “Cowboy Fine Art Photographs,” Clark opened the Stephen L. Clark Gallery in 1993 and began to curate work by photographers including James Evans, Keith Carter, and Bill Wittliff, who were doing “world class work in our part of the world,” he explains. Many of these photographs feature desert landscapes, cowboys, horses, and other flora and fauna specific to Texas and other parts of the South and Southwest. These photographs quickly found an audience with the gallery’s growing clientele. As Clark’s audience grew, so did the number of artists whose work he showed, a roster which now includes Kate Breakey, Rick Williams, Jack Spencer, and Adam Jahiel, all of whom have made notable contributions to the history of Texan photography. On Saturday, October 19, the gallery will celebrate its 20th anniversary with an opening reception of seminal photographs from these photographers from the past two decades. In addition, the show will feature other notable prints by renowned photographers, such as “Rue Mouffetard,” by French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson. The show runs through December 7. For more information, visit, call (512) 477 0828, or visit the gallery in person at 1101 West Sixth Street.


Image courtesy of Stephen L. Clark Gallery


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