Clare Brownlow studied fine art at Edinburgh college of art and Leith School of Art and focused on large oil landscapes and seascapes. She now paints in an incredibly unique way, using a pheasants tail feather. There are no brushes used in her work. It is all created using both ends of the tail feather. She has exhibited in 2015 alone in LA, New York, Boston, Hong Kong, Singapore, Calgary and London. Clare was short listed for Wildlife Artist of The Year 2015 and came in the top ten. Clare also has another side o her business, she has turned her dynamic images into a large, ever expanding home ware and stationary range. Clare takes on commissions as well as bespoke products such as estate maps, game cards, and murals.
She lives and paints in the Scottish Borders with her husband and two small boys. The surrounding landscape is full of incredible wildlife which inspires her every day.