Born and raised in Southern California in the 50’s, I witnessed the civil rights protests and saw and took part in several women’s movements for equality. I lost a lot of friends in the Vietnam war and watched how that war divided our country, broke up and damaged families and put our veterans in the position of not being appreciated or treated well.
I lived through and “loved” the hippy movement with all the freedoms and radical thoughts and realized how important peace really was.
I love painting. I’m also a writer and an active dreamer. I believe in magic, matching my intentions with my actions, vibrational healing, the multiverse, and the possibility that we live concurrent lives. I believe all people and sentient beings deserve our love and respect and should be treated with kindness and fairness and with equality.
I bring all this into my paintings through color, brush strokes, marks, and shapes. You’ll see a lot of energy and passion. I also hope you see joy and feel the love.
“My art tells the stories of who I am and where I’ve been!”
I visually connect people together by bringing our universal ideas, feelings, memories, and beliefs to the canvas. Since we have choices, I choose to make fun, love, humor and happiness my primary choices through my paintings and as a way to move through life in a positive way.
For more information, visit https://beckysteeleartist.com/