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Clark-Pan Apparel is quality Accessories that are imaged or design by a husband and wife team Claude Lockhart Clark and Jian Ying Pan. The apparel items are Western designs and the images on T-shirts and tote bags represent various cultures, with major emphasis on ethnic heritages. PRESS THIS BUTTON TO RETURN TO THE PREVIOUS PAGE TRADUISEZ N'IMPORTE QUOI - ÜBERSETZEN SIE ALLES - TRADURRE QUALCHE COSA - TRADUZA QUALQUER COISA - TRADUZCA CUALQUIER COSA

African American youth were displaying their dance styles, breakin’ on Market and Powel Street in San Francisco California during 2011. They had a battery operated radio in a shopping cart. Since the youth were breakin’ on a hot summer day Clark took the photo shot then turned it into “Heat Wave”.

Clark is both a Western European trained artist and a self-taught traditional African woodcarver with style and tradition of his own. Clark has been using a camera since 1959. In 1967’s Clark had to record pictures of artist’s work for his father’s art history classes being taught in Community College. Many of the artists were painters so that meant that Clark had to make sure color balance in his father’s slides were correct. In doing so for his father and other artist work he repeated the same process for himself. All the drawings, and many of the sculpture pictures you see on the T-shirts and tote bags are photographs taken by Clark. Photographer Jonathan Eubanks took some photographs of Clark’s sculpture. When they appear on T-shirts we will bring it to your attention. Quality Postcards in Oakland did the printing of images on T-shirts and tote bags during the first year. © Claude Lockhart Clark, October 25, 2015

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