CRYSTAL MOSAIC COLLECTION

A female Warhol, Milner is reviving the ancient mosaic techniques of Byzantine art, combined with painting, to create dazzling art that clashes nature with consumption.
— Ethical Hedonist Magazine
At first glance, these sparkling paintings are gorgeous images of endangered animals. Upon closer inspection, however, each work shows a much darker subtext. The hauntingly expressed consequences of poaching, climate change and habitat loss powerfully focus on the plight of some of the world’s most vulnerable species.
— Inspired Economist

RECENT NEWS

'THE UNKNOWN' SOLD TO JOANNA LUMLEY

Claire recently supported the Born Free Foundation to highlight their 'Beyond the Bars' campaign at a gala event held at the Royal Horticultural Halls, London with the auction of a painting from the 'Holocene Twilight' collection. The allegorical artwork entitled 'The Unknown' was inspired by an original idea from actress and animal activist Virginia McKenna and purchased by actress and activist Joanna Lumley.

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'OCEAN RAINFOREST' IS ARTIVISM WINNER

Claire's work was recently featured by Oceanic Global in 'The Current'. Her painting entitled ‘Ocean Rainforest’ featuring coral reefs and sea turtles went on to win the Artivism Challenge, following which it was exhibited during Art Basel Miami. This artwork is from the ‘Anthropocene Extinction’ collection. The competition utilised the visual arts to raise awareness about six critical issues impacting our ocean. The judges included Susan Rockefeller, Dustin Yellin, Aaron Levi Garvey, Doumi Busturia, Alexandre Arrechea and Zaria Forman. 

MARILYN PORTRAIT IN VOGUE PARIS GUEST EDITED BY RIHANNA

A recent special edition of Vogue Paris  guest edited by Rihanna profiled her favourite things entitled ‘Her passions, her style, her friends, her family, the magical world of Rihanna’. It included the Swarovski crystal portrait of Marilyn Monroe which Claire created for her.

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This portrait by the artist CLAIRE MILNER is at home in New York. She makes portraits of celebrities a bit like Warhol, but in her case, the Swarovski crystals replace the serigraphic technique. I find fascinating the shadows, the nuances, and the emotions that she manages to express thanks to subtle games of colored crystals. I am in love with this work. And I am in love with Marilyn. What is more moving than these candid eyes?
— Rihanna