Claire Luce Baldwin is an emerging illustrator and writer whose work explores magic, self-actualization, and the strange, surreal beauty of nature. She creates colorful, detailed illustrations with watercolor, gouache, and ink, inspired by the wild landscapes she’s explored while working as a park ranger and environmental educator.
In 2018, she created the official centennial poster series for Grand Canyon National Park. Her current projects include experimenting with watercolor and wax effects to evoke decay, and a writing and illustrating a retelling of Thumbelina as a feminist Young Adult epic.
She currently resides in Brunswick, Maine, and when she’s not drawing or writing, she’s hiking, baking, ice-dyeing fabrics, or plotting her next great adventure. Claire is available for commissions, client work, and seeking representation.
Clients and Features: Maine Audubon Society, Maine Ocean Farms, Shine Creative Industries, Willow Bend Environmental Education Center, Grand Canyon National Park
Want to work together, commission a painting, or just say hello? Drop her a line: firstname.lastname@example.org
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