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Cloud Art

Here is where we display artworks inspired by the sky that we’ve been sent by our members. If you have cloud art to contribute get in touch.

The Cloud Appreciation Society mail art project
Lindsey Gould (Member 36,694) invited members to send art creations to her in the mail. She then replied with a mail art work of her own. See some of what members sent in here…

The CAS mail art project

The Mesas, New Mexico

Isabell T VanMerlin, member 50,870, sent us this painting that her aunt created in the 1960s. Caroline Whiting Fellows was a commercial photographer in New York in the 1930s

Mount Mohawk Landscape

Member 49,675, Linda Ben-Zvi, submitted this landscape which was painted by her fiancé, Paul, the summer of their wedding.

From Debi Perkins

Debi Perkins is an artist based in Crestview, FL. who recently discovered the Cloud Appreciation Society. This is one of her latest works.

“Winter Storm” by Thomas Blazier

This is the latest painting by Thomas Blazier, member 17,468, entitled "Winter Storm" which was inspired by the views around Albuquerque, NM, USA.

Painting Clouds In Lockdown

Mary Romer, member 50,765, wrote telling us about cloud paintings she has completed this year whilst living through these extraordinary times as well as the Cloud Garden Art Initiative.

From Louise Morgan

Louise Morgan, member 28,857, sent this painting in response to a recent Cloud-a-Day. She paints from her subconcious and gets lost in the process. She told us her daughter thought this looked like a sheep.

By Regina Calton Burchett

Regina Calton Burchett, member 51,261, sent us this pastel painting of the Blue Ridge Mountains and corresponding poem she wrote to accompany it.