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Carl and Irene Clark, Navajo Jewelry Artists

Carl Clark Sr. was born in Winslow, Arizona, to the Manygoats Clan. Irene Clark was born in Bird Springs, Arizona, to the Edgewater Clan. The Clarks are contemporary Native American jewelry artists who combine their personal sense of beauty with outstanding skill and craftsmanship to design intricate, stunning jewelry. They create masterpieces in gold and silver, featuring micro-fine intarsia-inlay using turquoise, coral, sugilite, opal, shells, jet, and other gems and stones. One bracelet often will require five to six thousand stones.

Jewelry by Carl and Irene ClarkThe Clarks show, sell, and compete nationally and internationally, and have won numerous awards. They are represented in Germany and featured in several books by Lois and Jerry Jacka. Their work has been carried by many galleries: American Shadows (Lincoln. City, Oregon), American Vest Boutique (Armonk, New York), Buffalo Bill Museum (Cody, Wyoming), Old Town Traders (Flagstaff, Arizona), Gallery 10 (Scottsdale, Arizona), The Heard Museum (Phoenix, Arizona), Legacy Galleries (Jackson, Wyoming), Nita Hoel (Sedona, Arizona), Museum of Northern Arizona (Flagstaff, Arizona), Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, California), Tanner Chaney (Albuquerque, New Mexico), Taos Indian Trading Co.(Santa Monica, California), and Wright's Collection (Albuquerque, New Mexico).