Cloud Art

Got cloud art to contribute to the Cloud Appreciation Society? Submit in your work and we will be happy to consider sharing it here.

From David Evans

David Evans, Member 61,735, sent us a recent painting.  He told us “This is a painting I made of a tremendous cloud which appeared suddenly over a beach in Tadoussac, Quebec, Canada on a sunny day in 2018”.

From Mark Bricknell

Mark Bricknell, Member 13,136 is a photographer who appreciates the beauty and ephemeral nature of clouds.  He told us “I have taken some images and would like to share them with the other members. This work is an appreciation of the photographer Alfred Stieglitz whose work in 1922 called ‘Equivalents’ has always been an inspiration […]

Mural by Chris Finlayson

Richard Bacon, Member 51,546, sent us this photograph of a mural by Chris Finlayson, a New Zealand artist, who completed this work in 1984 at Wakefield Quay, Nelson, New Zealand. Chris Finlayson said of the work, “Whatever I painted there on the edge of land and sea …. would stand as a portal of softer […]

From Regina Burchett

Regina Calton Burchett, member 51261 sent her recent artwork “Kiss the Sky”.  You can see more of her paintings on her website.

From Melody Serra

Melody Serra, Member 56,638 told us “This is a sketch overlaid on sky blue hot press paper. The sketch was made on a clear day in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco”.

“High Country” by Fern Gadd

Fern Gadd sent this painting entitled “High Country”.  She told us “there are the most spectacular cloud formations in western US, and I frequently use them as references in my paintings”.

“Ocean Walk”

Artist, Denise Clark Weston, sent us her latest oil on canvas “Ocean Walk” painting.   You can see more of her work on her website.

Solitary Skies

Artist, Amanda Cassidy, Member 60,026 created this stop frame animation entitled ‘Solitary Skies’.  You can see more of her work on her website

From Doug MacBean

Doug MacBean sent us his painting entitled “Dofasco 2000 Trail in Hamilton”.  It was sold through the Art Gallery of Hamilton, Ontario in 2022 and is oil on canvas.  He told us “I’ve been painting clouds for over 30 years and I feel I’m getting better”