Claudia Cameron



Artist Statement

My paintings are about inner spirit and how it is reflected through color, shape, light, and nature. I am exploring how the playfulness of my inner soul can be expressed as I am inspired by the outside world, nature, still life, and abstract shapes.

Acrylics are my primary media and I paint on canvas and paper. For my mixed media work, I often use Japanese paper with acrylic paint. Most of my work is done in nature, where landscape never fails to inspire and open the door to my spirit.


Artist Resume / Curriculum Vitae


Claudia Cameron received master's degrees in Art Therapy and Clinical Social Work. She has practiced clinical social work and art therapy with children, families, and women for thirty years. 

Her lifelong passion for art shifted in the past ten years from photography to painting. She has studied with various nationally known painters including Tamara Sigler and Ruth Pettus.

Claudia Cameron paints with acrylics on canvas and paper. Her work has been exhibited in juried and non juried shows, including The Waldorf School (2004), The Hoffberger Gallery (2007), The Myerberg Center (2007, 2010), The Gordon Center (2008) ,The Towson Arts Collective (2008), The Women's Artists' Forum( 2010), and the Lodge at Woodloch (2009). Her paintings are in private collections from Florida to Rhode Island.