Chloë Cheese began work as an artist and freelance illustrator after leaving the Royal College of Art in 1976. She wanted her work to feel informal as though drawn directly onto the printed page.
Chloëʼs personal work always concerns her view of the world around her which she interprets according to her own observation and sensibility. Sometimes the first use or intention of buildings and thingswhich have been lost or altered. She tries to retain a sense of history and how this subtly infiltrates our visual landscape.
Recently she has been working primarily as an artist and printmaker, whilst undertaking the occasional illustration commission.
Chloe is currently an Associate lecturer on the Illustration MA at Camberwell Art School as well as being a patron of the Association of Illustrators and a trustee for the Curwen Print Study Centre near Cambridge.