Thea Clark is recent transplant to Greensboro from New Jersey where she was a 2012 New Jersey State Council on the Arts fellow. Her artwork includes jewelry, sculpture, and installation. She has exhibited widely with solo shows at the New Jersey Center of Visual Arts, Velvet DaVinci (San Francisco), a two person show at The Houston Center of Contemporary Craft (Houston). National and international exhibitions including: The Museum of Art and Design (NYC), Museum of Modern Art (Arnhem, NL), University of Birmingham (Great Britain), Textile Museum (Washington D.C.), The Society of Arts and Crafts (Boston, MA), Newark Museum, State Museum (Trenton, NJ), Noyes Museum (Oceanville, NJ), Rochester Institute of Technology (NY), Jersey City and Kean Universities (NJ), among others.
She has sold her work at American Craft Council, Sausalito Art Festival, and Smithsonian Craft shows.
Publications include seven books in the US and Europe, and exhibition catalogues. She was a resident at the Vermont Studio Center (artist grant), visiting artist at Boise State University, and has given artist talks at Glassell School of Art (Houston), Rutgers University- Robeson Gallery (Newark, NJ).
She has taught at Peters Valley School of Craft (Layton NJ), the Visual Arts Center of NJ, and the former Arts Workshop in Newark, NJ. She also enjoyed six summers teaching children metals and enameling at Frenchwoods Festival of the Arts (NY).