Artist Cam Cline, a North Carolina native, lives in Chapel Hill and studied Fine Art at East Carolina University. After a corporate career as an award-winning graphic designer at GlaxoSmithKline, she now focuses on paintings and commissioned portraits. Her work can be purchased in several fine art galleries including The Artist’s Theatre in West Jefferson, Eye Candy Gallery in Southern Pines, Fine + Folk Art Gallery in Mebane, Strays Art Gallery and Rishi Salon and Spa in Chapel Hill.
Cam’s commissioned paintings and portraits can be seen internationally in France, Italy and even Uganda. You can see her work locally at the Triangle Dance Academy, Chapel Hill Tennis Club, Seawell Elementary School, Christ United Methodist Church and in private homes through out North Carolina.
International artist and art critic Louis St. Lewis of Raleigh’s “Metro” Magazine says of Cam’s ink portraits: “Her deft hand is responsible for some of the most imaginative portraits in the area. Cam’s training is evident, especially in her sophisticated ink portraits of children, which are always in great demand. She weaves pattern with an animated sense of design to produce beautiful and unique images that definitely share a kindred spirit with that of the great Gustav Klimt.”
Cam’s husband is John Cline and she has two children, Sarah and Max.