Clint Fulkerson lives in Portland, Maine. He has a BFA in Metals from MassArt, but has been primarily a 2D artist since 2005. In Maine he has shown his work at Corey Daniels Gallery, Edward T. Pollack Fine Arts, Space Gallery, Stonewall Gallery at the Yarmouth History Center, the Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Ocean House Gallery, Think Tank, Waterfall Arts, Susan Maasch Fine Arts, the University of Maine at Farmington, and the Portland Museum of Art. In 2014 he had a solo exhibition at Endicott College in Beverly, MA. His work is in numerous private collections, as well as the collection of MIT. He is represented in NY by The Curator Gallery.
Clint’s work is inspired by network systems and natural formations at microscopic and cosmic scales. His hand-drawn murals are made with paint markers, utilizing a hierarchical, emergent logic of geometric design. Clint’s work has been featured in many galleries across the US, including Schema Projects in Brooklyn and The Portland Museum of Art.