ROSIE CLARK (1925 – 2016)
Atlanta folk art icon, Rosie Clark became well known and adored in the 1950s as Atlanta’s “Miss Boo” on television, delighting children and parents alike with her humorous antics. Her life and career include a wide spectrum of accomplishments, combining tremendous artistic talent with a child-like view of the world.
Her paintings of animals reflect both exceptional artistic beauty and detail, along with her outrageous sense of humor, and have become very popular and sought-after by savvy collectors.
Rosie has moved on to the great ice cream parlor in the sky, but we have obtained eleven original ink on scratchboards from the 1960’s and early 1970’s – just in time for Christmas.
For a quick look, click the thumbnails below: