| Major Carlton L. "Carl" Clark is an internationally
exhibited artist. Carl's medium is social documentary photography.
He is also a freelance editorial photographer. Carl is multilingual
and has traveled to Europe, Asia, South East Asia, Africa, Central
America, and Canada. During the first of two tours of duty in Vietnam
he converted to Buddhism. Buddhism, Roy DeCarava, world travels,
African ancestors, fine art training, spirituality, women and two
and a half years of combat influence his Art. Clark holds a B.A.
degree in sociology from The University of Nebraska and a B.F.A.
from Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland. His
graduate level courses include; Education, Economics, International
relations, Counseling Psychology, and Management principles.
His diverse and extensive exhibits include The Royal Photographic
Society of England, The Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC,
The Museum of Fine Art Houston TX, The Brooklyn Musuem of Art,
The Baltimore Museum of Art, The Museum of the National Center
of Afro-American Artists, Boston Massachusetts, The Eye Gallery
of San Francisco, CA, The Washington DC Center for Photography,
The Katzenstein Gallery Baltimore, MD, The Society for Contemporary
Photography Kansas City, MO, The Matrix Gallery Sacramento, CA,
Photo National, Penn. State University, Hui NoEau Visual
Art Center, Makwao, HI and Portsmouth Museum, Portsmouth, VA.
Carl's work is in the collections of the Museum of Fine Art Houston,
TX, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, The Art Museum,
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence RI and The Schomberg
Center for Research in Black Culture, New York, NY. Carl's photographs
appeared in such prestigious publications as "Reflections
in Black: Black Photographers 1840 to Present," "Vanity
Fair," "The National Law Journal," The Los Angles
Times, Guardian Newspapers of London England and "The Best
of Photography Annual."