Elizabeth Hulings: Clark’s Formative Years

“When he was six, he came home from first grade with a crayon portrait of his stepmother, Elena. He put it on the table and everybody knew it was her—because he caught her likeness. I think that everybody in that moment said: uh oh. We’ve got an artist on our hands!”

We’re proud to bring you our first video edition of Freshly Revealed. Elizabeth Hulings discusses early Hulings history: Clark’s formative time at Haverford College, his studies at The Art Students League with George Bridgman and Frank Reilley, and his work as a portraitist and commercial illustrator. Elizabeth introduces The Clark Hulings Fund, which continues Clark’s legacy of artist independence and entrepreneurship.

Our thanks to CHF Advisory Board Member and Haverford Alumnus Mitchell Cohn for co-producing the event, and to Haverford College Alumni Association for hosting!

Do You Know About the Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists?

A portion of net proceeds of the Clark Hulings Estate are donated to CHF, to enable working artists like Clark to build self-sustaining businesses.

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