Exhibition features portraits depicting judges who graduated from Boston University School of Law
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Exhibition features portraits depicting judges who graduated from Boston University School of Law
Judge Sandra Lynch, Timothy J. Clark, watercolor on archival laid-finish paper, 2021-22.

BOSTON.- Three portraits by painter Timothy J. Clark, that were commissioned by Boston University School of Law to honor graduates who ascended to the US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, were unveiled at a ceremony on campus in Barristers Hall, on Saturday, October 1st.

Clark created the portraits, of BU Law alumni Sandra Lynch (’71), O. Rogeriee Thompson (’76), and the late Juan R. Torruella (’57), using a highly-personalized technique that he developed for an exhibition of portraits presented earlier this year at Howard University Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Using oversized archival laid-finish paper and permanent watercolor pigments, Clark drew and painted from sittings with Judge Thompson, and Judge Lynch, and he worked from family members posing in the judicial robes of the late Judge Torruella.

Together with BU Law Dean Angela Onwuachi-Willig, Clark unveiled the portraits, followed by remarks by the subjects, including Judge Sandra Lynch, and Judge O. Rogeriee Thompson. Peter Levitt and Michael Torruella spoke on behalf of the late Judge Torruella.

Clark’s watercolor masterpieces will be on permanent display alongside the judicial portraits by the extraordinary photographer Yousef Karsh. The artist has studios in California, New York, and Maine.

“These portraits of Judges Torruella, Lynch, and Thompson, do more than honor them,” said Dean Onwuachi-Willig. “They reflect the rich diversity of our BU Law community, and foster a sense of belonging of our students.”

Currently, Clark is the featured artist in the critically acclaimed exhibition, “American Travelers: A Watercolor Journey Through Spain, Portugal, and Mexico,” at the Hispanic Society Museum & Library in New York (through October 16).

The National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. has recently acquired Clark’s portrait of his friend and colleague, acclaimed artist Faith Ringgold, for its permanent collection.

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