Camilla Clutterbuck is a talented English artist. Her paintings are represented through the distinguished Jonathon Cooper Park Walk Gallery in London. She has exhibited extensively elsewhere in England with the notable inclusion of her work in 2013 at a summer exhibit by the Royal Academy. One of her works was also very recently selected for the Royal Society of British Artists Annual Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London.
Certain characteristics of her work evoke a uniquely and distinctly British charm. She works in both watercolor and oils, and her watercolors in particular reflect an ease and relaxed control of that medium frequently associated with English art. Her many still lifes of flowers often include attractive and sometimes very fine antique English pottery and china that are examples from her own inherited collection, which carry a very personal significance for her. The attractive patterns, colors, and shapes of these ceramics are a perfectly suited compliment to the fresh flowers she loves to paint, and sometimes these ceramics serve as the sole focus of her paintings. Her paintings of birds juxtaposed with china are both thought provoking and decorative fantasies, and are a hallmark of her work.