She’s taking creativity to another level!
Meet Tyler Clark, a visionary artist who has taken the world of 3D art by storm, masterfully intertwining the most important aspect of Black women’s beauty, their crown. Tyler beautifully captures the essence of Black women and transforms their portraits into profound representations of strength, culture, and identity.
Growing up she was always a creative soul but felt it necessary to follow the path of STEM. She went on to graduate from Spelman College and Georgia Tech, with a background in math and mechanical engineering, she embarked on a career with a legacy airline.
Clark balanced working full-time and pursuing her passion for art, eventually gaining attention on social media leading her to create pieces for celebrities like Chance the Rapper, Saweetie, Taraji P. Henson and Common. Soon after that she would have her art auctioned off at Tina Knowles’ Wearable Art Gala.
Once the pandemic hit, Clark took a leap of faith and focused her attention on pursuing art on a full-time basis. Not long after her painting, “Harmony,” went viral, taking her following from 33K to nearly 100K
She is now a fierce business owner, lighting up our homes and timelines with her artwork. Through her powerful artistry, Tyler aims to not only uplift Black women but to inspire dreamers of all backgrounds to chase their aspirations, just like she did.
To view and shop Tyler’s pieces be sure to visit her website here.
This article was originally posted to BOTWC