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.

Puffy Spring Clouds by Ann Kraus

Ann Kraus, Member 48,329, sent us her painting “Puffy Spring Clouds” from a series of paintings on her chosen subject matter of clouds.  She is currently preparing for a solo show at the Pleiades Gallery in New York City later this year that will feature these paintings.  You can see more of her work on […]

“Treading Light” by Daryl D. Johnson

Daryl D. Johnson (Member 45,193) paints from her photos in a studio in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. “Most times I see clouds as hugging energy and a comfort to be under. Uplifting and inspiring to higher thought and acts.” Treading Light 30×48” Oils on canvas You can see more of her work on her Website, […]

Winter Clouds

Lucretia Bingham, member 53,512, recently completed this painting of winter clouds - all silver threads and golden needles, pierced with greys.

Cloud Tapestry

Toni Prothero, member 57,032, wove this tapestry showing clouds moving across a headland at Clallam Bay in Washington State

From Paul Schmid

Paul Schmid, is an artist and children’s book author/illustrator living on an island in the great Pacific Northwest.  He is a signature member of the Puget Sound Group of Northwest Artists and you can see more of his work on his website.

A Haven in the Clouds

Dave Loewenstein, Member 58,926, created this cloud-themed mural entitled “A Haven in the Clouds”.  The mural in central Kansas, designed and painted with local high school students, imagines a bird’s eye (or satellite’s) view above clouds that spell out the town’s name, Haven, and if you look closely, Heaven, thanks to the letter E that […]

You can watch the passing parade

Barbara Reid (Member 43,009) is a Canadian cloud watcher and children’s book author and illustrator. Her illustrations are created with plasticine modelling clay

“The Sentinel I” by Regina Burchett

Regina Burchett is an American Artist painting clouds, skies and landscapes in oil, pastel and charcoal.  She has lived for many years in Austin, Texas and now resides in North Carolina.  This recent painting, “The Sentinel I” is oil on canvas and you can see more of her work on her website.

Cloud Inspired Art by Tacita Dean

Theresa Mohaddes (member 54,684) came across this art piece by Tacita Dean at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.