Claudia Damichi's paintings have always been characterised by vivid colours, elaborate patterns and distorted spatial proportions. Her paintings evoke a sense of 1920's pattern clashing with 1960's domestic interior design.
Claudia graduated with a master of arts from the college of fine arts, UNSW in Sydney. She has been a recipient of the Paris studio residency in the Cite Des Arts Internationale from the Art Gallery of NSW, The Arthur Boyd Bundanon Residency, and the Gunnery Studios Residency. She has reveived numerous grants such as the Ian Potter Foundation Grant, Australia Council new work grant, and many Nava Grants. Her work is held in major public and private collections in Australia including Artbank, Gold Coast City Gallery and the University of Sydney Union Collection. She has exhibited across Australia and overseas in many commercial and institutional Galleries.