Clare Wright - Zenith Art
Clare Wright hails from Southport and boasts the distinction of having been Liverpool's first female dockmaster. She enjoyed a successful career in the Merchant Navy which was inspired by a patronising and misogynistic comment she had endured whilst riding a ferry! Sadly this career was later ended by the debilitating effects of arthritis and Clare turned to her artistic endeavours instead.
Buy Clare Wright Zenith Art Original Liquid Glass Art
Liquid Glass Technique
She began by working on canvas and when people were quickly keen to buy her pieces she realised that she might be on to something. She moved on to produce striking new works on coloured aluminium with a water and splash effect and developed a technique called Liquid Glass which was bursting with colour and texture. Clare then endured major surgery which could have paralysed her and she faced a lengthy recuperation period but as orders for her art were piling up she was determined to recover in double quick time and to get back to her work.
Clare Wright now enjoys an enviable international reputation and has created pieces for a broad celebrity clientele. She has completed several significant commercial and private commissions and has certainly never looked back since having to abandon her naval career prematurely.
Clare Wright Art - Between Painting & Sculpture
We are excited and honoured to showcase a fabulous selection of Clare's work here at the Enid Hutt Gallery. The collection features stunning original liquid glass art and framed embellished prints with a uniquely entrancing quality that immediately captures the eye. The striking combination of Liquid Glass, Swarovski elements and the texture of aluminium produces inspiring wall art in three dimensions that challenges the line between painting and sculpture. The simple imagery of flowers, butterflies and glassware is transformed into luminescent wonders that demand attention and contemporary compositions that are perfectly conceived.
We have no doubt that you will be impressed and inspired by the original work of Clare Wright which has pride of place in the Enid Hutt Gallery collection.