Clare Haxby

British artist, Clare, lived in Singapore between 2007 and 2015, and travelled extensively throughout Southeast Asia during this time, gaining invaluable inspiration for new work. Clare began working on a larger scale of paintings on canvas and launched her highly celebrated 'Singapore Landmarks Collection' at The Fullerton Hotel in a solo show in 2013. This large collection of paintings explores the heritage and modern architecture of Singapore, captured in her colourful, contemporary style. Alongside Clare's original paintings, the demand for the artist’s unique images on a smaller scale and affordable price point led to the creation of Clare's 'Limited Edition Print Collection'. These prints have been a huge success as an affordable art gift for expats and the local community alike.

The French Embassy in Singapore collects Clare’s work,as does the consulate in Dubai and her prints and paintings now hang in homes all over the world from Costa Rica, to New Zealand, to London. Clare has been described as an 'art ambassador of Singapore' by the consul of the Singapore Consulate in New York. In 2016, Clare relocated her working studio to England and her art collaborations continue with many projects and regular clients in Singapore. Clare is currently working on her new Collection of London Landmarks' starting with the Liberty building. Clare works on private commissions for paintings and exhibits worldwide, most recently in Venice, Columbia, New York and London

Studio visits welcome - Clare is based in Surrey, England

I am based in my new studio in the green Surrey Hills just outside London. I am so happy in my new space as it’s by far the largest studio I have had the pleasure to work in solo, and it has three giant windows so even on the not so best English days I get all the light that is available.