Evocative paintings of land and see that show a sense of place.
Claire Wiltsher quickly established herself as a highly popular British landscape artist, opting to pursue a professional practice when demand for her work became so great.
Claire's distinctive semi-abstract style can be found mainly on square canvases; The artist feels it's important in creating a balance and harmony in her paintings. The work has ambiguous elements, strong structural compositions. Poems often accompany Claire's work and can help communicate specific ideas.
Claire’s breathtaking paintings have received national recognition and acclaim. In 2020 her forest landscape "Winter Snowstorm" gained her the Rosemary & Co. Award from the Society of Women Artists. In 2011 two forest landscapes were selected by the House of Lords Works of Art Committee for acquisition by the House's permanent collection. The paintings are hanging in the public areas and committee rooms of Millbank House.