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  •  Hawk watercolor

    Hawk watercolor

  •  Boats on the lake 1939

    Boats on the lake 1939

  •  Rowboat on Forest Lake in NH

    Rowboat on Forest Lake in NH

  •  Painting of a table in his mothers home.

    Painting of a table in his mothers home.

  •  Painting of items in his mothers home

    Painting of items in his mothers home

  •  Another painting of items in his mothers home

    Another painting of items in his mothers home

  •  Ted's childhood home in West Springfield, MA

    Ted's childhood home in West Springfield, MA

  •  The old family farm in Vermont

    The old family farm in Vermont

  •  Another family farm in Vermont

    Another family farm in Vermont

  •  A barn near the old farm in Vermont

    A barn near the old farm in Vermont

  •  An improved version of the red barn

    An improved version of the red barn

  •  A barn, location unknown

    A barn, location unknown

  •  An old farm somewhere in Duxbury, VT

    An old farm somewhere in Duxbury, VT

  •  An improved unfinished version of the old farm somewhere in Duxbury, VT

    An improved unfinished version of the old farm somewhere in Duxbury, VT

  •  The covered bridge in Arlington Vermont

    The covered bridge in Arlington Vermont

  •  Another covered bridge somewhere in Vermont

    Another covered bridge somewhere in Vermont

Ted Clark

Artist
Harold Sr. was born and raised in West Springfield Massachusetts. Better known as Ted to family and friends, he excelled in art, math and woodworking in high school.  After graduation, he attended the Springfield Art School and worked at Indian Motorcycle Co. until he joined the Army during World War II.

While Ted served his country in the Army, he continued his drawing and painting.  While stationed in Iceland, he sent paintings and drawings home for an exhibition in a Springfield museum.  Ted also served in France and Germany where he received two Bronze Service Stars.

Ted worked at Strathmore Paper Company in West Springfield until the onset of Parkinson's disease in the late 1960's.  While at Strathmore he exhibited his paintings at the Eastern States Exposition and the NAMTA Convention in New York.  Even after the onset of his illness, he continued his passion for painting.

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