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"Women of Influence"

Houston’s Memorial Lifestyle Magazine announced me a “Woman of Influence” in The Women’s Issue publication.

Memorial Lifestyle Magazine
Memorial Lifestyle Magazine
Article

A Body of Art

Houston’s LGBTQ+ magazine recently wrote about my project with Lululemon: “Lines That Connect Us”.

OutSmart Magazine
OutSmart Magazine
Interview

Fight for Brilliance Podcast

I was interviewed by Justin Keller of the Fight for Brilliance podcast. In this podcast episode, I share how my journey as an artist has helped me create a deep impact on my life and other, my self-discovery and owning my self-worth.

Fight for Brilliance Podcast
Fight for Brilliance Podcast
Interview

Shoutout HTX Interview

I was asked to write about taking risks, and taking risks have changed my life.

Shoutout HTX
Shoutout HTX
Article

@HoustonTips City-Wide Publication

Haley’s online classes dedicated to sparking creativity during the #stayhome order were mentioned in @Houstontips blog.

@HoustonTips
@HoustonTips
Article

StARTup Art Fair

From February 14 – 16, 2020, Haley will be one of 61 artists exhibiting in a private room at the Los Angeles StARTup Art Fair (room #204).

StARTup Art Fair
StARTup Art Fair
Article

The Beacon's 'Come to the Table' Annual Gala | $7,000 Live Painting Sold

On December 3, 2019, Haley live painted “Houston Strong” in front of an audience of 500 at the Beacon’s annual “Come to the Table” gala. Her 36”x72” space-scape sold at the live auction for $7,000. All proceeds went back to The Beacon for their continued services to end homelessness in Houston.

The Beacon
The Beacon
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The Arts of Healing | Post Oak Hotel

Haley showcased her original painting, “Couvert”, at the Arts of Healing Foundation Annual Fundraiser. She showcased alongside of her god brother, James Mentz and her Godfather, Dr. Hal Mentz.

The Arts of Healing
The Arts of Healing
Article

The Beacon's 'Come to the Table' Annual Gala | $11,000 Live Painting Sold

On September 20, 2018, Haley donated three hours of her time live painting in front of an audience of 500 at the Beacon’s “Come to the Table” gala. Her Houston city-scape sold at the live auction for $11,000. All proceeds went back to The Beacon for their continued services to end homelessness in Houston.

The Beacon
The Beacon
interview

Check out Haley Bowen’s Artwork

Learn about my story, my past, and why I decided to live this artist life.

Voyage Houston Magazine
Voyage Houston Magazine