Clinton A. Deckert is an award-winning Connecticut artist whose Dadaesque influences merge into abstract thoughts, colliding with surreal imagery to create a primordial stew where infinite possibilities evolve into works of fine art.
Clint’s works have been exhibited all over the world. He was featured in the “NEW / NOW” program at the New Britain (CT) Museum of American Art, where more than 30 of his paintings and eclectic assemblages were displayed. He is now represented in the museum’s permanent collection. His works were exhibited at Carrousel du Louvre in Paris, where they were selected for inclusion into the Société des Beaux Arts international exhibition. Clint’s work has also been continuously exhibited throughout New York and Connecticut. He has appeared on television and was also featured on WNPR radio’s “rock star panel of artists and art critics” for the “Ebb and Flow of Dada.”
Clint’s artwork is extensively represented in private collections, including several works in the acclaimed Jack & Susan Warner Collection in Alabama - considered by many to be the greatest privately held collection of American art in the world.
Clint is also an art advocate who has served as a curator and juror in many regional art events and gives frequent artist talks, and critiques. Most recently, Clint’s work was included in the Art Palm Beach International Art Fair in Florida.
Jack Warner and Clinton Deckert, Spirit of '76 by Archibald Willard, at New Britain Museum of American Art, CT.