Artwork: Bird's Life

Love & Joy

Clare Hooper

Clare Hooper is influenced by her surroundings and love for animals. She finds joy in the creative process, using different materials and techniques to bring her ideas to life. Hooper enjoys sharing her art with family and friends, often gifting her artwork to loved ones.   
Clare Hooper is based in Drummoyne and is acknowledged for creating imaginative and vibrant works. She explores a wide range of ideas, always seeking the best approach to express her artistic vision. Clare actively participates in markets, while continuously engaging in various art courses and activities.

About the Artist

Clare Hooper is a vibrant artist and jewellery maker celebrated for her bold use of colour and innovative mediums. Creating paintings and card ranges she has engaged in courses at the Art Gallery of NSW, Botanical Gardens, and Art Est. In 2015 and 2016, she studied at the Sydney College of Arts and dove into the exciting realms of etching, printmaking, and sculpture. 

Hooper’s artmaking is diverse and inclusive and has been exhibited at various festivals, institutions and cultural events including Royal Easter Show, Lloyd Rees Youth Memorial Awards, Verge Gallery, Blooming Arts Exhibition, and the Lane Cove Art Award Exhibition.

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