Claire Hultin has been an artist since 1989 and continues to portray her sketches,art, and sculputers through the inspiration of Monet, Salvador Dali, Piasso, and Van Gosh.

She has consistently worked on her art for the last 30 years and continues to learn from her favorite artist. Her artwork has landed in the newspaper, galleries, and she usually gives away art to her closest friends without ever asing for payment. Her biggest achievement was “The Computer Chip Clock” – Inspired by Salvador Dali

There are about as many definitions of art as there are people alive. As a widely accepted definition, art is produced when one’s imagination or creativity is used to create something that can be directly experienced through our senses. Although visual art, witnessed through our sense of sight, is the most common form of art, art itself can appeal to other senses, including our auditory and tactile senses. 

Although there has been much speculation regarding the definition of art over the years, there is a general consensus that there are around eight main kinds of art, most of which have existed for centuries, if not thousands of years. These different types of art encompass painting, sculpture, installation art, architecture, literature, music, cinema, and theater.

Claire Hultin’s Artwork