Michael Clarke, a member of the "Rock & Roll Hall of Fame", recognized for his years in the music industry as a drummer for THE BYRDS and FIREFALL, was also one of America's established artists. The walls of his house were adorned with Gold and Platinum records for The Byrds hits, "Tambourine Man", "Turn, Turn, Turn", "Eight Miles High" and Firefall hits "Lust Remember I Love You" and "You Are The Woman That I've Always Dreamed Of".
Since the age of 18, Michael was touring with his music. His experiences were vividly depicted in the unique landscapes and waterscapes. He shared an equal love for all of the arts, but his one true passion was painting.
His watercolors, acrylics and oils are hanging in the homes of many celebrities, and on display in the galleries across the country.