Clodagh's evocative paintings have a land or seascape starting point and develop as paint is applied tonally using a variety of techniques and textures. Often layers are removed to unveil previous layers and then reworked over time until the paintings take on their own form
Clodagh spent the first 20 years of her life in Scotland. From an early age she was drawn to visual arts as well as film and music. Since 1998 she has pursued a career in television, working on several landmark series for BBC and Channel 4. She has studied at the Norwich School of Art & Design and the Putney School of Art & Design, deciding in 2003 to pursue her painting in acrylic.
Clodagh has exhibited in galleries across the UK, at art fairs (AAF - London and Bristol) and has sold work both here and abroad (Spain and Greece). br>
I am inspired by wild open spaces and the interaction of the elements - the sky, the sea and the earth - and aim to convey a sense of drama or capture the elements in Flux.
"I like a composition to be open to interpretation, or for form to emerge from something seemingly haphazard. In this creative process, painting can reflect nature itself."