Lyn Belisle found her way back to painting in the summer 2012 when she took a workshop with Gwen Fox in Taos. This was a major development for her as an artist who had lost her way for a decade between 2000-2010. Lyn’s paintings are representations of the idea that we are all seeking places of belonging.
Through a series of serendipitous events, Lyn became the caretaker and owner of a large studio space that was once a former gym. Lyn Belisle Studio opened in January of 2013. It is not a retail space or an art gallery in the strictest sense. It is a working studio for her paintings and workshops, but it is also a wonderful, serene and comfortable meeting place for guest artists, art shows, poetry readings, and retreats for small groups.
My first passion is the power of art – it humanizes and joins us because it helps us communicate in a universal non-verbal language. I am committed to my own work as a creative artist. My second passion is the power of the networked global village. It allows us to share cultural understanding and nuances which promote tolerance and respect. My goal is to teach art and computer literacy as ways to share our collective “people-ness” through our images and ideas.
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