Clare is a visual artist based in central Scotland, who works in mixed media, printmaking, drawing and painting. Many of her works explore the relationship between humans and the wild landscape, both in terms of how we interact with nature when climbing and walking, and the archaeological remains we leave behind in the landscape. She has created exhibitions and installations for many venues, including the Cambridge Museum of Classical Archaeology, the John Muir Trust, the National Trust for Scotland, and Archaeology Scotland, and she has been part of group exhibitions in the UK, Australia, Japan, China, Latvia, Lithuania, and the US. She has also won various awards, including the J.D. Fergusson Art Award (Perth); the Diageo Purchase Prize (Stirling); the Derbyshire Trophy (Buxton) and the Printmakers Council exhibition prize (Newcastle).
For forthcoming exhibitions and events, and to see work-in-progress, please visit Clare's Facebook page. For a selection of artworks, visit Clare's gallery.
Clare has experience teaching collograph printmaking, mixed-media and drawing, including life drawing. She has also led art projects for schools, local councils, and organisations such as Historic Scotland. To invite Clare to lead a workshop or give a talk, or to inquire about purchasing original paintings or prints, please visit the contact page.