Haley Bowen's line work exemplifies a Neo-Expressive rendering of the figure and asks the viewer to create order within chaos. Through fluid, continual lines, the viewer’s eyes begin in one place and must stick to the subject in order to actively create a whole figure.
Haley is a Texas artist and a tenant artist at Sawyer Yards (Silos, Studio 115). A student from Parsons the New School for Design, Rollins College, and The American University of Rome, she received a B.A. in studio art with a double minor in art history and creative writing.
Haley is a Neo-expressive figurative artist who strives to empower all women through nude portraiture, offering “The Empowered Portrait” Experience. Drawing nude figures for over 16 years, her art is a platform for visual storytelling through lyrical line work and intimate drawing experiences. Hosting hundreds of drawing sessions for women of all colors, body types, ages, and identities, Haley uses art to rebuild the relationship between the physical body and the voice within.
Haley has shown in national art fairs, art societies, galleries in Houston, participated as an artist in Houston galas and auctions, and is privately collected both nationally and internationally. She is published in OutSmart Magazine, Memorial Lifestyle Magazine, Shoutout HTX, Voyage Houston.