Clayton Anderson was born and raised in West Vancouver, British Columbia. Exploring the dramatic and varied landscape of this community by the ocean in his youth would kindle a life long love of the natural world that would inspire Clayton’s direction as a fine artist later in life. Between 1984 and 1988 Anderson earned a degree in Visual Communications at the Alberta College of Art & Design. After a brief stint in the advertising art department of Western Living and Vancouver magazines Anderson turned to fine art painting exclusively in 1991.
Inspired by iconic Canadian painters such as E.J. Hughes, Emily Carr, and Lawren Harris Clayton’s paintings resonate with a unique quality that seek to evoke a sense of place. Known for his signature landscapes of the south west coast of B.C., in more recent years Anderson’s desire for new motifs has him exploring the interior of B.C. as well as the mountains, foothills, and prairies of Alberta, home of his alma mater.
In a career that has spanned over three decades, Clayton’s reputation as a world class artist continues to grow as examples of his unique landscapes find their way into collections through out North America, Europe, and Asia.
Clayton Anderson lives and works on the Sunshine Coast, British Columbia, Canada.
Just unwrapped ‘Abandoned’ after years in storage and just as thrilled as when purchased in 1999 in Prince Rupert! Looking forward to finding a new pride of place.
Nice! Just curious, what edition number is the print?
Hi – looks like 542.
Having acquired Gale Warning and Vanishing Point, I think I am now a superfan! What beauty you’ve brought to my home, Clayton.
Wow! So glad to hear it! Thanks so much!
Hey Clay… how’s it going buddy? Your work is, as always, gorgeous. Say hi to Debi…
A pleasure to know such a talent! Derek
Takes one to know one! Thanks dude.
Don’t see any golf course landscapes!!!!
The greens were behind the trees dude!