The Empowered Portrait Artworks
Neo-expressive portrait experience that reclaims nudity as a way to reclaim the self.
Work on Paper
Original water media work on hand cut paper.
Work on Canvas
Original, mixed media work on handmade canvases.
Collaboration with Ashkan Roayaee. Hand-painted signature line work on cotton rag mount print. A portion of sales goes back to the dancers of the Houston Ballet.
Mixed media on unstretched canvas.
Ethereal, abstract spaces on handmade canvas and interior murals.
Artist Haley Bowen creates a mural for the latest restaurant by The Big Vibe Group in the Montrose Collective.
Haley donated a live painting to The Beacon for their Annual Fundraising Gala, “Come to the Table”. All proceeds go to fight homelessness in Houston.
Haley participated in a night at Tootsie’s celebrating Women in Medicine at The Arts of Healing Fashion Show Fundraiser. Haley offered an Empowered Portrait to a lucky raffle ticket winner and showcased an original artwork.
"Women of Influence"
Houston’s Memorial Lifestyle Magazine announced me a “Woman of Influence” in The Women’s Issue publication.
A Body of Art
Houston’s LGBTQ+ magazine recently wrote about my project with Lululemon: “Lines That Connect Us”.
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.
Shoutout HTX Interview
I was asked to write about taking risks, and taking risks have changed my life.
@HoustonTips City-Wide Publication
Haley’s online classes dedicated to sparking creativity during the #stayhome order were mentioned in @Houstontips blog.
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).
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.