Clark Murray is an American Sculptor best known for his large outdoor constructions of welded and painted steel pipes. He is considered as one of the pioneering generation of minimal painters from the sixties. In 1966, he had his first solo exhibition with the legendary west coast art dealer Nicholas Wilder. He worked with different materials including metals and outdoor constructions. He moved to New York City in mid 1960s when minimalism was at its peak. He currently lives and works in upstate NY.