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Joss Clapson [Biography]

Joss Clapson

Growing up in the Essex countryside, Joss has continuously drawn from early childhood. Self-taught and always experimenting with different mediums including Ink, pastels, charcoal and oils she has developed a style taking inspiration from the reckless youth culture of the 60’s.

Her passion for the fashions and culture of this era feature heavily in her work and by using unconventional skin tones cleverly blended with a unique and eccentric style she brings each scene to life.

‘I’ve always considered colour and texture to be the two main elements in my paintings, the colour helps to captivate the subject with the texture creating a careless and disordered feel to each piece.’

With her time in the studio providing a comforting outlet for Joss, the opportunity to be able to share her work with others is a dream come true.

A Bowl Full

Acrylic on Board

Blood Orange

Oil on Board

Blueberry Pop

Acrylic on Board

Dip the Soldiers

Acrylic on Board

Double Trouble

Acrylic on Board

Family Bubble

Acrylic on Board

Half A Dozen

Acrylic on Board

Juggling Lemon's

Oil on Board

Lemon's Bowls

Acrylic on Board

My Babies

Acrylic on Board

My Squeeze

Oil on Board

Peaches and Pears

Acrylic on Board

Slice

Oil on Board

The Lula Family

Oil on Board

Tiny Toms

Acrylic on Board

Five A Day

Acrylic on Board

How Do You Like Your Eggs?

Acrylic on Board

The Table Top

Acrylic on Board

The Tea Is Brewing

Acrylic on Board

Joss Clapson

Growing up in the Essex countryside, Joss has continuously drawn from early childhood. Self-taught and always experimenting with different mediums including Ink, pastels, charcoal and oils she has developed a style taking inspiration from the reckless youth culture of the 60’s.

Her passion for the fashions and culture of this era feature heavily in her work and by using unconventional skin tones cleverly blended with a unique and eccentric style she brings each scene to life.

‘I’ve always considered colour and texture to be the two main elements in my paintings, the colour helps to captivate the subject with the texture creating a careless and disordered feel to each piece.’

With her time in the studio providing a comforting outlet for Joss, the opportunity to be able to share her work with others is a dream come true.

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