Please allow me to introduce you to someone quite special. Clayton Robertson grew up in Shelbyville, Illinois. Hes been painting since he was about 14 but always had an interest in art at a young age. Most of his paintings have abstract or occult themes with either monochromatic visions or rainbows forming to make a piece.
When not painting, Clayton is drinking coffee, hiking in the woods, watching terrible B-horror films, or studying the occult. When people view his art he wishes for them to extract emotions and feelings from his pieces and start conversations about what it makes them feel. He usually paints in acrylics with brushes and multiple tools (some of which are unconventional) but he switches it up with mixed media from time to time, experimenting with different textures and finishes. Clayton would eventually like to move to even larger scale abstracts. He will always experiment to achieve the creations he desires. Clayton Robertson’s art is called Order of the Black Serpent.
Author Bruce Christopher
Editor Martin Rye