Art Stamps for Creative Minds

Willard Clark Rubber Stamps

Willard Clark arrived in Santa Fe in 1928. On his way to California to visit friends, he got off the train in Santa Fe, to visit a friend. Santa Fe captured his heart and he never made it California. With his commercial arts background, Willard opened a print shop. He carved the art work featured on his printing jobs out of wood. These are images we use today for our rubber stamps, along with a series he carved for a book that was published in the 1970s. Although Willard Clark died in 1992, his images that capture feeling of the old Santa Fe live on.

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Drying Chiles © Willard Clark


StampaFe Art Stamps

Guadalupe's Fun Rubber Stamps

114 Don Gaspar Ave.

Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA 87501


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