Clayton Pond

Clayton Pond

Clayton Pond (b. 1941) The Other Chair color serigraph 9 x 7″ framed, pencil signed. $375


Birth place: Long Island, NY

Addresses: NYC

Profession: Painter, printmaker

Studied: Carnegie Inst. Technol. (B.F.A., 1964); Pratt Inst. (M.F.A., 1966)

Exhibited: WMAA Ann., 1967; solo exhibs., paintings, Martha Jackson Gal., NYC, 1968 & 1972 & paintings & prints, De Cordova Mus, Lincoln, Mass, 1972; Int. Exhib. Colored Graphics, MoMA, Paris, France, 1970; US Pavilion, World’s Fair, Osaka, Japan, 1970. Awards: State Dept grant, Smithsonian Inst. Int. Art Prog. & Abby Gray Found., 1967; Boston Mus. Purchase Award, Boston Printmakers 20th Ann., 1968; Color Print USA Purchase Award, W. Tex. Mus., 1969

Member: Am. Color Print Soc.; Print Coun. Am.; Boston Printmakers; Phila. Print Cl.

Work: Nat. Collection Fine Arts, Wash., DC; MoMA; BMFA; PMA; AIC

Comments: Teaching: instr. photog. & printmaking, CW Post Col., Long Island Univ., 1966-68; adj. instr. serigraphy, Sch. Visual Arts, New York, 1968-1970; guest lectr., Univ. Wis.-Madison, spring 1972.

Sources: WW73; Richard S. Field, Silkscreen, the Media Medium,” Art News Jan, 1972; Jules Heller, Printmaking Today (Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1972); Marshall B. Davidson, “Artists’ America,” Am. Heritage (1973). “