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Belinda Chlouber

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Firewalk, 2011 Mixed Media Painting 8" X 36" © Belinda Chlouber
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In my heart, 2011 Mixed Media Painting 8" X 36" © Belinda Chlouber
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Code Talkers, 2011 Mixed Media Painting 8" X 36" © Belinda Chlouber
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Elephants Prance, 2011 Mixed Media Painting 8" X 36" © Belinda Chlouber
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Whisper, July 2010 Mixed Media 12" X 24" © Belinda Chlouber
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World Under our Feet, 2010 Mixed Media © Belinda Chlouber
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(untitled) Mixed-media © Belinda Chlouber
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Firewalk, 2011 36 X 8.25 X .75 Inches © Belinda Chlouber
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Candide or Optimism © Belinda Chlouber
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Stillwater, Oklahoma
Birth year
1961
Lives in
San Mateo, California
Works in
San Mateo, California
Schools
Kansas City Art Institute, 1983, BFA
Representing galleries
The Main Gallery in Redwood City
Tags
mixed-media, modern
Statement

Belinda Chlouber is a mixed media artist whose recent work looks to the past for imagery and inspiration through the poetry and short stories of her late mother, Carla Sweet Chlouber, and grandfather, Arthur Sweet. Her collaboration (their) with her family’s writings explores the idea of transformation, family, love and loss.

Recently, her work has been published in Hidden Treasure Art Magazine’s Yearbook 2014 (UK); Studio Visit (Volume 21), curated by Dina Deitsch; Star 82 Review (1.3 and 1.4); and International Contemporary Artists (Volume V). This year her work will travel to the Oklahoma University Museum's Postal Plaza Gallery and The Willard Art Center in Idaho Falls for "Belinda Chlouber Words and Paint, A collaboration with family writings"


Chlouber received her B.F.A. from Kansas City Art Institute and continued her studies at Parsons School of Design in New York. Her studio is in San Mateo, California, where she has lived for twenty years. Chlouber’s work can be found in numerous private and public collections, including the U.S. Department of State’s Art in Embassies program with the Suva Embassy.
Find out more about Chlouber and her work at www.belindachlouber.com