NEURODIVERGENT/QUEER/HUMAN

SCOTT CLARK
VISUAL ARTIST
MURAL ARTIST
E-mail: scottclark534@gmail.com 
Facebook.com/
scottclark.artexperience
Instagram: @saronspark
TikTok: @saronspark

EDUCATION: 
Bachelor of Fine Art Degree
with a Major in 
Visual Communications

EXPERIENCE:
 Murals: Lead Artist on over 
18 community murals for the
City of Calgary,
1999-present.

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
Alberta Trade Centre Mural 1999
Calgary Stampede Murals 2000 & 2006
Albert Park/ 
Radisson Heights Mural  2001
Forest Heights Community Mural 2003
Catherine Nichols 
Gunn School Mural 2004
Millican-Ogden Community Mural 2004
Beddington Heights 
Community Mural 2006
Ramsay Community Mural 2008
Highwood Outdoor Pool Mural 2010
Southland Transportation Mural 2015
City of Calgary Utility Box 
Beautification Project 2018
Crescent Heights Mural 2020
Bowness Mural 2021
Okotoks Municipal Building 
Holiday Window Mural 2022
Alberta Summer Games
Legacy Mural 2023
Bert Church 
Collaborative Mural 2023
Northland 
Community Mural 2023
 
​​​​​​​INDEPENDENT ART SHOWS: 
13 independent Art Shows,
 2001-present

Numerous illustrations published
in several local and
 national newspapers
 and magazines.

PRICE POINT FOR 
 ART PIECES:
Are as Listed 

COMMISSIONED WORK
The price point
starts at $350 and up,
depending on the 
scale of the piece.

COMMISSIONED MURALS
(According to CARFAC)
The average price 
for a residential mural
begins at $30 per sq. ft.
which includes design,
labour and materials.
I  will accept 
 installments as well.

LIMITED EDITION
SIGNED PRINTS
AVAILABLE
$50 -12" x 18" w/frame
$100 -18" x 24" w/frame
Feel free to peruse my site,
 and enjoy the many
styles of art which I have created
 over the years.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST
This site is
INCLUSIVE
and 
SAFE.
PHOTO BY ANDRE HARMS @andreharmsphotography

SCOTT
 CLARK

IMAGINATIVE
DISTINCT
VIBRANT
TWISTED



PHOTO BY PHOTOGRAPHER ONYIE EKENE-OBI @throughonyieslens


Special/VIP
 viewings 
at my 
Studio/Apartment 
available. 
Send me an
Email at:
scottclark534@gmail.com
for inquires.
Artistic Practice

Born and raised in Calgary, 
Scott is an established Artist. 
To his credit, he has overseen 
countless murals and projects
 throughout his career. 
He has been creating 
and illustrating visual art
 and murals for many years. 
He holds a BFA with a 
major in 
Visual Communications 
which was completed at the 
AU of the Arts in Calgary.

He is a person with 
an accomplished work ethic;
 made of grit 
and determination. 
Making art has been 
a stabilizing force in is life,
 keeping him grounded 
and disciplined. 

Living as an 
openly gay/queer person, 
his autistic/neurodivergent 
nature 
can be easily
 misunderstood 
in daily life. 
However, he believes 
these traits shine through 
when making his Art. 
He finds that he is 
more understood and 
connects well with people,
when communicating 
through Art.

His inspiration comes from 
Fauvism, Cubism, Album Art, 
Psychedelic art of the 70s, 
Surrealism and 
queer/pop art of the 80s. 

Growing up working class 
and raised in a 
diverse multi-cultural
 neighbourhood 
has given him quite an 
enriched perspective on life. 
Through the years, 
honing his skills. 
Eventually equipping himself 
with tools such as his 
trusted intuition and 
genuine experience, 
when approaching his process.

His work is usually 
celebratory in nature. 
The Art he creates is 
essentially about HOPE. 
The choice to be able 
to live our shared life 
experiences, 
as an ever-evolving family 
of collective people. 
This positive outlook 
on humanity has always 
been a recurring theme 
in his work. 

He has always 
enjoyed exploring 
his imagination 
when it comes to 
his art practice.
 Over the years 
continually experimenting
 with his style. 
You will notice 
on this website 
that his catalogue of art 
has a distinct flavour
 in each series; 
as well as showing a joy
 and commitment to his craft.

He also finds 
having other outlets in 
art-making to be 
quite liberating 
as well; 
making time for his
writing and music. 
Realizing that
singing and playing 
original songs
 on guitar in multiple open mics 
in the last few years 
is a great alternative outlet.
   
As a working artist, 
he leaves himself
open to every new opportunity.
He will give extreme flexibility and 
pay utmost priority 
to any project
 he is currently involved in.

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