Clint Stone is a studio artist, working and teaching at various colleges in the Greater Houston Area. He received his MFA at Texas Tech University in 2010, actively participates in national and international solo, group, and juried exhibitions. His work has been published in various art books and magazines such as the national publication New American Paintings. The visible artistic process and immediacy in his work is inspired by the vast openness of rural areas, large metropolises and active cities of the southwest region. From on-site plein air painting, to work in and outside of his studio, he observes and absorbs the landscape, movement, light, space, and other transformations taking place around him. These changes within the landscape are similar to his artistic process. An amalgamation of experience, memory and observation, realized through the application of additive and subtractive marks on the surface of his paintings. His artwork gives him a heightened sense of his surroundings and a deeper understanding of self.
Buchanan Gallery, Galveston TX, 2013.
Landmark Arts Gallery, Lubbock TX, 2010.
Selected Group Exhibitions
Splendora Texas, Flower Show, 2017
Mother Dog Studios, Annual Houston Art Crawl, Houston TX, 2011 - 2017.
Art Institute of Houston, Faculty Exhibition, Houston TX, 2017.
Houston Community College, Annual Faculty Exhibition, Houston TX, 2013, 2014.
Buchanan Gallery, Galveston TX, 2011 - 2013.
Norwood Flynn Gallery, Dallas TX, 2013.
The Wynden, An Evening of Hope, Houston TX, 2013.
Georgia State University, Atlanta GA, 2011.
Hunting Art Prize, Friedkin Corporate Campus, Houston TX, 2010.
Lone Star College, Houston TX, 2010.
Eastern New Mexico University, Portales NM, 2009.
Season of the Arts, College of Visual and Performing Arts, Texas Tech University, Lubbock TX, 2009.
500X Gallery, Dallas TX, 2008.
Landmark Arts Gallery, Lubbock TX, 2006.
IHK-Geschaftsselle Gallery, Selections From American Diary V, Salzwedel DE, 2013.
Hilmsen, Germany, 2013.
Studio Visit Magazine, 2017.
New American Paintings, No. 114, West Issue, 2014.
Treasures Art + Life in Galveston County, 2013.
Honors & Awards
Hunting Art Prize Finalist, Houston TX, 2010.
Houston Community College, Houston TX.
Lone Star College, Houston TX.
The Art Institute of Houston, Houston TX.
Houston Baptist University, Houston TX.
Texas Tech University, Lubbock Texas.