Chloë Fremantle has Painted and exhibited since leaving Byam Shaw Art School in London in 1972. She has Lived in Italy, France, Scotland, New York and London.
As well as in London, her work has been shown in San Francisco, Hong Kong, Italy, Germany and New York. Galleries include: Curwen Gallery London, Jenny Blyth Fine Art Oxford, Jernigan Wicker Gallery San Francisco and the Eagle Gallery London. She has worked on several year-long projects and commissions since 2005 including Kew Gardens, Oxford Botanic Gardens, and Highgreen Manor in Northumberland.
Recently she has also worked on urban cityscapes, specifically of the area local to her studio (destined to be demolished shortly) as well as on her ongoing Memento Mori series celebrating the transience of life (currently drawn from responses to French cemeteries).
Since 2012 she has published 4 books reflecting her recent series of work. Each page includes the springboard photograph that inspired her, alongside one of the paintings that were the outcome.