Claire Jones' Portfolio


Claire Jones (Clarityiship) is a 53 year old female writer and artist. Most know her as Cheryl Claire Gittens-Jones. Using Claire Jones allows her to express new, deep, positive and revolutionary changes that have taken place in her life. The name Claire means bright or clear.

She is a homeschooling, homemaker who resides in New Hampshire with her husband, teen daughter and precocious parakeet Vaniety. Her daughter, who is 17 years old, is an upcoming designer and artist who has won numerous awards for her work. She helps to create graphic designs from the images.Claire is a Frances Perkins Scholar and graduate of Mount Holyoke College, class of 1999.








NIUME: Photo stories and writings!/posts

My 17 year-old daughter (helps with graphics for my designs) her product designs:
AmaSepia Cutie Hipster Designs:
Her website:



“Let yourself be drawn by the stronger pull of that which you truly love.”
― Jalaluddin Rumi

I create experimental pieces from original iPhone 6 photos. The photos are of the sun and other scenes in nature.

The photos are manipulated, cut and paste and run through apps until I get unique and interesting effects.

My art style came about as a response to a serious health issue. I tried using zentangle patterns to help my anxiety and stress during my health crisis, but it did not work so I experimented with the photos I took on my daily walks in nature. As a result an interesting art style was born. I came up with unique, one-of-a-kind, eye-catching designs that are mostly inspirational and thought provoking. I post everyday on Instagram to build an audience and to share my designs.

Final designs are saved at 300 dpi resolution. I have also opened a store on Society 6 (a work in progress). AmaSepia, my 17 year-old daughter, works with me to further edit the designs on Gimp and Photoshop to place on Society 6. In the coming weeks I hope to revamp and to update Society 6 to reflect new designs. See AmaSepia's designs in the link section.

My goal, with this work, still remains the same. First and foremost, I use it to heal, have fun and to calm my mind. However, I would love to collaborate with designers and to find licensing opportunities to place my art on clothing, home decor and decorative items.