Pem Pfisterer Clark’s artwork is on display in The Depot Community Room from now through February 13th. The display features Clark’s “Growing Together” series and prints of homes and landmarks in Henderson. Clark has been an art instructor for 37 years and owns Pem Pfisterer Clark Productions School of Art.
Clark spent 24 years working in the tabacco industry administrating the Tabacco Price Support Program for the United States Department of Agriculture. It was out of her love for her art, and her job, that she began a five year pen and ink project following a child through adulthood and the harvest of his tabacco crop with his own child. These four works are part of the collection on display in The Depot Community Room.
Clark is not only a well known artist in Henderson, but all over the world. Her work is on display in 17 countries and she’s been commissioned to display her work in some of the United States most notable landmarks, such as the President’s Oval Office in Washington, D.C.