Heart Filled wood print by Robert WK Clark. Bring your artwork to life with the texture and added depth of a wood print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 3/4" thick maple wood. There are D-clips on the back of the print for mounting it to your wall using mounting hooks and nails (included).
The work of Robert WK Clark female in the form of a heart is a masterpiece work of art. For a true art lover, this image of women implied nude is... more
The work of Robert WK Clark female in the form of a heart is a masterpiece work of art. For a true art lover, this image of women implied nude is just a matter of delicate flesh tones but not an aspect of allurement. It is a depiction of sophisticated composition that the artist had in his imagination, of the heart which is a cross cultural symbol of love, but constructed using nude female bodies.
The social standard of aesthetics and morality of the time of this image is registered. Human body has been a principle target subject for artists and the female form in particular is singled out as more regarded and represented than any other. In almost all cultures, Nude is a respectable aspect of human social life while photography of explicit sex is not.
The black background gives the image more voice and strong feel. It has also enhanced the texture and especially the skin tone versus the background. The background has also enhanced the line, the border between the mate...
About Robert WK Clark
Robert WK Clark's Figurative Fine Art Gallery
The landscape that a woman's body represents is highly defined within these several series of collections created by Robert WK Clark. Using different grades of lighted backgrounds and elemental aspects such as coins, films, sand, and mud, Clark hopes to make a more accurate indication of the human body as the base art as it is imposing on the idea of appreciating the pureness of the human body without the ornaments of clothing covering its grandness. Looking through the collections presented in this website shall provide one a more accurate understanding and a much better appreciation of the pureness of the human body as a form of the most comprehensive art that ever existed.