CLARE HAWARD N.E.A.C.
Born in 1977, Clare Haward is one of NEAC’s newest members, elected in summer 2019, the year she was also selected for the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation scholarship. Haward started her artistic training with Foundation Art in 1995 at Camberwell College of Art and completed her degree in Fine Art at the University of Leeds in 1996.
Haward has exhibited at numerous prestigious venues in London, as well as having an exhibition at the Alexander Heath Gallery, Virginia USA, in 2021. She was shortlisted for the Discerning Eye Exhibition and the Lynn Painter Stainer Prize in 2016 and was a contestant on Sky Arts’ Landscape Artist of the Year in 2015. She was shortlisted for Threadneedle Prize for Painting and Sculpture in 2012 and the Artist and Illustrators Magazine 'Artist of the Year' award in 2011.
The practice of studying, copying and transcribing works of art of the past plays an important part in her own artistic development.