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Spring Valley Presbyterian Church
www.svpc.org, 1 May 2004 [cached]
According to Don Clark, owner of Art in a Nutshell Studio and Gallery in Columbia, South Carolina, "He is a master at painting water ... Very few people can make water look like water.
Motivation-Spring 2001 Quarterly
www.deltau.org, 1 April 2001 [cached]
"There is no simple formula for motivation - you must keep an open viewpoint on human nature," according to Donald R. Clark, editor of The Art and Science of Leadership."Knowing that different people react to different needs will guide your decisions and actions in certain situations."
Motivation is internal and different from person to person.Therefore, there is not one specific way to motivate others.No matter how hard you try, if someone does not have the motivation within himself, you cannot supply it.
www.sandlapper.org, 27 Sept 1999 [cached]
"He throws away stuff we pull out of trash-cans," marvels Don Clark, owner of Art in a Nutshell Studio and Gallery in Columbia, where Stubblefield's work is represented.Clark points to watercolors of northern landscapes, whimsical pen-and-ink drawings, a tugboat scene in New York Harbor.That one, Stubblefield's favorite, shows what the artist does so well."He is a master at painting water," Clark says.
is dumbfounded by the volume and range of his
work."He's a very, very prolific artist," he says, pulling out painting after painting.
"This could come from the pages of Wyeth," he
notes, pointing to a rural scene of a barn."This is Monet," he
says of a pastel green pond."That's Cézanne," of pink and blue mountains with red-roofed houses."You got to realize, the man is a genius."
Born in Hartsville, reared in Darlington-where he
remembers drawing with a stick in the sand-Stubblefield grew up mostly in Greenwood.He graduated in 1940 from Clemson College with a degree in architecture.
concurs."He could have been a wildlife artist.
"Look at those bubbles," Don Clark
says of the white foam in the corner."Have you seen his
Gervais Street Bridge?