Claire Warner

Wellingborough, Northamptonshire

Claire Warner - Claire works as a professional artist, exhibiting mainly in Northamptonshire, Berkshire and the Cotswolds. She paints freely in watercolour, oil & acrylics, and accepts commissions from shops, galleries, companies and individuals.
She won an SAA Bursary for her teaching entitled Art for Therapy.
She develops and runs courses for students of all abilities, including beginners, around the country. Her gentle step-by-step approach enables students to produce first class finished pictures in just one day. She runs workshops for groups in Northamptonshire, Newbury in Berkshire and surrounding areas on a regular basis, and painting breaks and holidays in the Cotswolds, and abroad in Andalucia, and Morocco in 2021 with additional locations being added.
Her paintings are now in homes, places of work and recreation throughout the world. She has illustrated a childrens book The Tails of Molly and Ria by Jane Lock.
Commissions are by arrangement, specializing in homes, churches, boats and personal interest scenes for individuals, gallery and business projects. Prints of her work are for sale, along with original art work, in shops, galleries, tourist information offices and by mail order.
She is a demonstrator for the SAA watercolours, acrylics and oils, and uses Saunders Waterford heavyweight watercolour paper for her watercolour demonstrations and personal use.
Email: [email protected]
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Acrylic Inks, Acrylics, Mixed Media, Oil, Pen And Wash, Watercolour


Animal or Wildlife, Back to Basics, Flowers or Gardens, Landscape or Woodland Scene, Seascape, Townscape or Streetscene, Waterscene; Boats or Seascape

Favoured Products & Brands

SAA Watercolours, Acrylics and Oils + Daler Rowney and Winsor & Newton mediums and additives


Claire has won the SAA Bursary for her teaching entitled "Art for Therapy". She was also recently awarded an Arts Initiative Grant by Wellingborough Council for her oil painting.