Ms. Belle, the artist, is here to inspire the love of
beauty, truth and peace. Her acclaimed works have been exhibited in the United
States at Williamsburg, Virginia, at the Aram-K Foundation for Peace in New York
City and Los Angeles, in the Montserrat Gallery in Soho and with the Angel
Orensanz Foundation for the Arts in New York City, Paris and Venice. Her work
has also been part of the Love and Peace for All Art Exhibition "Now
<->Then" at Mother Hall in Osaka, Japan.
universal artistic appeal stems from her gift
of being able to capture, through her art, the ever-vibrant human spirit which
binds all of humanity. She is able to appeal to the open-hearted spiritual
rejoicing and triumph within all people.
Ms. Belle's murals, often cascading into many panels,
are compelling works of art…"Full of color! Full of life!"
each mural one can always discover one panel that stands alone as an individual
art work unto itself. Her use of subtle whites, lavenders, pinks and blues in
one work is offset by vibrant purples, reds and oranges in another. The radiance
we all want daily is represented by her colors, feelings, and purity. "Her
instinctual combinations of color create an all-encompassing lightness and sweet
Ms. Belle has a collection of
mandalas, each with it's own
vibration and pulse of life, expressed visually. She creates one-of-a-kind
mandalas for individuals which resonate with the individual's intrinsic spirit
and harmonizes with their unique pulse of life; in effect, becoming a
"Wheel of Life" for that individual.
Ms. Belle's range of work includes a series of spiritual
mandalas, murals, paintings, portraits, joyful uplifting posters and playful
name drawings. "Ms. Belle is an intrepid and original talent with an epic
sensibility; a genuine New Age painter with an
abiding belief in the power of
art to affect social and spiritual change."
A native New Yorker, Ms. Belle graduated from the High
School of Art and Design, received a Bachelor of Arts (BA), with an art major
from Hunter College, and received a Master of Arts (MA) from Lehman College in
New York City. She shares her artistic talents with urban children and teens,
including many who suffer from serious emotional and physical
strong belief in the crucial role that the arts play in bringing peace is
unwavering and propels her to participate wherever it seems most needed. She
creates projects for peace, many of which are clearly inspired by and for
children. Ms. Belle has made and presented personal name drawings to thousands
of children in and around New York City.
It is Ms. Belle's cherished hope that her work will
reflect the light and realization that all is one and that to be human is indeed
a wondrous thing.