I define my ideas of space and volume through their interactions. I let my paintings respond to my life sense of two and three dimensions. It is about the architecture of ideas. Honesty of form and its demands is one of my greatest considerations.
Harriet Bellows received her B.F.A. from Alfred University College of Art and Design in 1968 and her M.F.A. from Alfred University College of Art and Design in 1971. She operated a studio for 10 years before becoming a professional pilot. Her thirty year aviation career has strongly influenced her art concepts of space and environments. Harriet’s work is included in the Smithsonian American Art Museum/Luce Foundation and the Mint Museum’s Allan Chasanoff Ceramic Collection of Charlotte, NC. and The Maryland Federation of Art.