“I was formerly trained in South Africa, through art technical school, and also in art college in Dallas, TX. I have been published internationally in the 80's, and my art reflects a very wide range of subject matter; from abstract works to super realistic, and representational pieces.”
Raised and educated in South Africa, Clint Eagar found an interest in art at a young age and later attended ABM, the Johannesburg School of Art, where he was able to nurture his interest and skills in Perspective Drawing, Painting, Mixed Media, and Sculpture.
"After immigrating to the States, I attended the Fashion and Arts Institute in Dallas, TX. Since then starting my career in the publishing business, my work, Originals, Lithographs, and Prints have been distributed internationally, in Europe, Scandinavia, Japan, Australia and North America. With a wide scope of talent and abilities, I stepped into a Director’s position at an early age in the Gift Industry, designing, and developing consumer goods in the South Pacific Rim. I have run my own international trading company for many years and worked and consulted in many related industries. From Industrial Design in laminates in Europe and Golf and Sports and Fitness industry, it has been a career in a wide scope of design and product development work.
My recent works “Golden Girl”, “Day Dream”, “Impact”, “Attraction”, and “Pink Blossom” have been featured on Netflix's “Grace and Frankie” Season 4. My “Octopus Decorative Bowl” design is featured on HFN Magazine and “The Splash” is featured on Home Accents Today magazine. I have many interests; racing and diving are some of my most favorite activities, and this is expressed in many of my fine art paintings.”
This review was published by Circle Foundation for the Arts © CFA Press ∙ Images are courtesy of the artist