CAROLINE McADAM CLARK R.W.S.
Caroline McAdam Clark is of French Scots background and studied Fine Art at Edinburgh University and Edinburgh College of Art, graduating in 1970. Since graduating she has consistently pursued a career as an artist. Her range of work has included being a book illustrator, printmaker and muralist. She has been a visiting tutor at the University of East London. McAdam Clark has written for a variety of art publications and co-authored a book on the History and Art of Frames.
Working in oil or watercolour McAdam Clark’s usual subjects are landscape, these have a remoteness with the emphasis on the grandeur of the landscape in relation to human habitation. These landscapes have an ethereal beauty especially when she is working in watercolour. By contrast to these pure landscape pictures she has painted a series of landscapes where motifs are placed within the landscape that make an interesting balance to the pure landscape subjects.
McAdam Clark has shown in London both with private galleries and in the RA Summer Exhibition, Bankside Gallery (selected for ‘the Artist and Radio 4’ Exhibition) and the Mall Galleries. She has shown at Glyndebourne and Snape Malting in Suffolk.