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.

“The Light Within” by Sheila Finch

Sheila Finch, an award winning artist, has had her work exhibited through the USA and Europe.  This is one of her latest pieces “The Light Within”. The description on her website states “As the sun slowly falls to the horizon in the afternoon, I’m offered a visual gift of light and color from layers upon […]

From J Pogalies

J Pogalies from Madison, Ohio recently sent this example of her art and told us “I live on the shores of Lake Erie, a Great Lake! I photograph clouds and more almost daily. They are not altered except I then flip them or stack them to form new images and have them printed on large […]

“Before the Storm” by Larissa Gray

Larissa Gray is an award winning artist based in Kyneton, a town in the Macedon Ranges region of West Central Victoria, Australia.  Although she specialises in small scale bronze and mixed media sculptures, she also likes to draw clouds.  This one is called ‘Before the Storm’. You can see more about Larissa and her work […]

By Anna Watts

Gerard Watts, Member 62,339, sent us this painting by his Anna Watts.  He told us “Anna is an artist from Greystanes NSW Australia. She specialises in abstract art drawing and painting. Much of her art is inspired from nature and her surroundings. Anna’s other interests are music composition and puppetry”

From Sophie Keir

Artist, Sophie Keir, sent this detail of an Oil on Canvas painting of stormy, dramatic clouds inspired by the often in the background skies of Old Master paintings. These skies are sometimes more interesting than the main focus! You can see more of her paintings, prints and cards on her website.

Norcross Pond, New Hampshire

Hayley Richards, member 52,003 lives in Hanover, New Hampshire and told us she has been inspired to paint clouds recently.

From Pauline Bailly

Pauline Bailly is a painter from Normandy, France who likes to paint Lady-Clouds, called “Les Femmes-Nuages” in French. She describes her work below: My Cloudy Women are the link between reality and dreams. It is an ambiguity between two worlds, with a strong emphasis on introspection in a style sprinkled with surrealism, where onirism takes […]

from Ann Kraus

Ann Kraus, member 48,329, sent us this painting of the sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean outside Halifax.

Foel Cwm Cerwyn

This is a recent painting by Kate Edge, Member 30,633, of Foel Cwm Cerwyn in the Preseli Hills, a range of hills in North Pembrokeshire, West Wales.  She told us that on the day it was painted the Cirrus clouds were wonderful.