Clothylde lives and paints in North Yorkshire and exhibits in local galleries. Her paintings are personal and stylised interpretations, inspired conceptually by Paul Klee's notion of "taking a line for a walk", and in practise by her experience of stained glass design, whereby colours are contained by defined boundaries. Her work focuses on landscapes between Whitby and Loftus, whether the open and empty stretches of moors or the crowded semi-symbiotic relationship of cottages and sea on the coast. Her oil paintings evolve from quick outdoor sketches and are elaborated in her studio. She also paints watercolour miniatures.
Venue: Cottage 4a, Northside. Cowbar
Medium: Landscape Painter