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 Clarence Emory Bates  (1910 - 1999)

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Lived/Active: California/Oregon      Known for: landscape, animal, figure, sculptor

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Biography from ArtSanDiego:
Clarence Emory Bates was born on a farm near Eugene, in Lane County, Oregon on June 9, 1910. Bates was a graduate of the University of Oregon and the Cornish School in Seattle, Washington. In 1938 he was an instructor of sculpture at the University of Oregon. In 1939 he was the Director of Fine Art at the Salem Art Center in Oregon. He also studied at the Carmel Art Institute with Jack Cunningham, and at the University of California

Prior to World War II he opened a studio in San Francisco, California. During the war he supervised Arts & Crafts programs for the Red Cross in the South Pacific. Bates settled on the Monterey Peninsula in 1946. During the 1960's he taught at the Carmel Adult School. He later headed the Art Department at the Santa Catalina School in Monterey from 1965-1975.

Bates exhibited his works widely. Various exhibition venues included the Northwest Artist's Annual Exhibit in 1936 (where he was awarded 2nd place), the National Architect League in New York City Honorable Mention), Seattle Art Museum, San Francisco Art Museum, San Francisco Art Association, Bright's Gallery in San Francisco, Monterey County Fairs, Oakland Art Gallery (now the Oakland Art Museum), and the Carmel Art Association Gallery.

Bates was an Artist Member of the Carmel Art Association (CAA)from 1947 until his death in Carmel, California on January 27, 1999. He served several terms on the CAA Board of Directors from 1954-75. He was their President in 1957, and in 1974.

Edan Milton Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
Carmel Art Association Archives

Biography from Crocker Art Museum Store:
Sculptor, painter. Born on a farm near Eugene, OR on June 9, 1910. Bates was a graduate of the University of Oregon and the Cornish School in Seattle. He taught at Salem (OR) Art Center until 1939 and then opened a studio in San Francisco. During WWII he was supervisor of arts and crafts programs for the Red Cross in the South Pacific. After the war he settled on the Monterey Peninsula. During the 1960s he taught art at Carmel Adult School and later headed the art department at Santa Catalina School in Monterey. He died in Carmel, CA on Jan. 27, 1999. Member: Carmel AA (pres. 1974). Exh: Seattle Museum, 1936, 1939; SFAA, 1938-49; Bright's Gallery (SF), 1939; SFMA, 1939; Oakland Art Gallery, 1941-49; Monterey Co. Fairs, 1948, 1961 (awards). lnvw; WWAA 1940; Carmel Pine Cone, 3-19-1999 (obit).
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