Clare Caulfield

Grand Canal from Accademia Bridge Venice

Grand Canal from Accademia Bridge Venice

Flatiron Building

Flatiron Building

Boulangerie Paris

Boulangerie Paris

Times Square

Times Square

Clare’s work documents her travels to some of the world’s greatest cities including Venice, Florence, New York and London. Most recently Paris has provided much inspiration for a series of new pen & watercolour paintings from compositions of Notre Dame to bustling streetscenes. Drawing has always been a very important part of Clare’s work. She is fascinated by architecture be it the Midtown skyscrapers of Manhattan, The Grand Canal Venice or simply capturing Parisian life outside a brightly canopied pavement café, from which she strives to create spontaneous lively linework. She enjoys the scratchy line quality achieved using dip pen & ink, the weight of the line altering with the amount of pressure applied. Clare also transfers the lively drawings taken directly from her sketchbook onto paper and canvas by means of screenprinting which she combines with hand-painted acrylic. Therefore every canvas is an individual piece in itself. Heart Gallery stocks Clare’s originals, limited edition prints and a range of handmade screenprinted cards of Italy, London, New York, Paris, Prague and Saltaire.

2 thoughts on “Clare Caulfield

  1. As an old Staffordshire university friend Clare was always destined to go far. I have always loved her unique style and I am really pleased that she is doing so well. I wish I could buy them all. I always said that she would be famous one day and to remember me I hope she does.

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