Artist’s Bio


A self-taught artist, Claudia immersed herself in traditional watercolor after retiring from a career as a computer professional. Recently, she discovered digital painting - a combination of art and technology that is a good fit.

Claudia’s figurative, loosely representational style springs from a desire to capture and communicate everyday life moments. Spontaneous gestures, and the simple play of light, color, and shape delight her.

Many artists influence Claudia. She loves Jeanne Dobie’s vibrant color palettes, the way Vermeer captures light, and the tonal subtlety in works by James Whistler, John Singer Sargent and Giorgio Morandi. Kim English, a current favorite, conveys a mood in a few single strokes and a simple style.

Claudia’s book, Las Chicas Dorados en el Camino de Santiago is expected to be published in early 2019. This art journal is filled with beautiful paintings of her recent 500-mile backpacking pilgrimage across Spain.
Hiking in Spain
Created by Claudia Clark