Camilla uses a refined palette of soft colours to create quiet and contemplative urban landscapes.
Camilla exhibits in galleries across the UK and is often invited to show work at art society exhibitions including the RI of Painters in Watercolours, the ING Discerning Eye, The Society of Women Artists, The Bath Art Society and The Sunday Times Watercolour Exhibition.
Awards include: ‘Painting & Mixed Media Prize’, Visual Art Open 2019; ’Chairman’s Purchase Prize’, ING Discerning Eye, 2017 and 2018; ’The Neil Meacher RI Award’, Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours 2018; ’Artist of the Year’, First Prize, Artist & Illustrators Magazine 2014.
Camilla is a member of the Oxford Art Society and has been invited to exhibit at the Mall Galleries by the art collector and critic John Penrose. She believes buildings are invariably beautiful, and at the right time of day can transform completely. Most of her painting is done in the UK, the period buildings which she’s attracted to are weathered and those features have certainly influenced her palette. Also by removing the qualities that assault the senses she’s inviting people to relax and to see the urban environment in a new way.