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Hello, I'm Claire.

I'm an illustrator, designer, and storyteller inspired by the surreal beauty of nature. For years I worked in national parks as an environmental educator and interpretive ranger. Now I strive to inspire environmental action through art. I live in Brunswick, Maine.

Between 2012 and 2018, I worked in Glacier National Park, North Cascades National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, and the redwoods of Northern California. Everywhere I went, my sketchbook came along. The biodiverse landscapes I explored, and self-discovery I experienced made me the artist I am today. In 2018, I created Grand Canyon National Park's official centennial poster series. Since then, I've worked with clients ranging from environmental education centers to oyster farms.


My other creative endeavors include writing and illustrating a Young Adult novel and making mushroom-inspired ceramic sculptures. I'm available for client work and open to representation.

Clients include:

DK Publishing, Down East Magazine, Maine to Mountain, Tallulah Ketubahs, Maine Ocean Farms, Willow Bend Environmental Education Center, The Nature Conservancy of Maine, Shine Creative Industries, the Maine Audubon Society

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Support My Work On Patreon

Patreon is a subscription-based platform where I share exclusive, weekly, in-depth updates on my projects and creative practice. Supporters on Patreon vote on what rewards they'd like to receive in the mail, ranging from stickers, prints,  postcards, and more.

I also share chapters from my illustrated Alena Thumb novel manuscript-in-progress, a project almost ten years in the making.

Patreon is the best way to support my work. Sign up now and choose your rewards!

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Name Update

I formerly worked under the name Claire Luce Baldwin.

I updated my 'pen name' to Claire Loon Baldwin in 2023. As my creative practice grows, I want to have a name that distinguishes my business self from my personal self, and reflects my love for nature.

 Anyone who's heard loons calling across a starlit Maine lake knows that these birds are a go-between for our world and the next. And that's what inspires my work: the surreal, fantastical, and sometimes otherworldly beauty of nature. 

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