Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
Pop Graffiti artist Clay Olson moved from Michigan to Sarasota, Florida in his mid-twenties, when he began honing his skills as an artist. Olson’s signature technique is to stack layers of hand-cut stencils, creating a distinct image through splashes of vibrant color. His inspiration is drawn through raw photography and a soundtrack of punk, classic rock, and indie music. Pop art fans may find traces of Warhol, Pollock or Lichtenstein in his work.