Clark is a visual artist, interior designer, and sustainability consultant working in and around Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Clark’s work in design is centered around the fact that we spend 90% of our time indoors. The places we live and work should be places that we love — places that promote health, happiness, and general well-being, not only through how they look, but through how they feel, and what they’re made of. 

Prior to beginning his own practice in Milwaukee, Clark worked on several LEED certified projects with firms in New York and San Francisco. He holds a Master of Arts in Sustainable Interior Environments from New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology and has advanced knowledge of healthy materials and sustainable building practices. He is both a LEED and WELL accredited professional, and teaches interior design at Milwaukee Area Technical College and Parsons School Of Design in New York.

In addition to his work in design, Clark is also a visual artist. His iconographic screen prints feature symbols from the natural environment, while his abstract landscape paintings involve more experimental techniques including pouring, dragging and papercutting. Much of his work can be purchased on Etsy, while he also creates custom works to suit specific spaces. For additional information contact clark@clarkrendall.com.