Kyra Belan: Digital Art

Spirit Circle


Canyon Eagle Circle
digital art on paper 24" x 36"

Sedona Diana
digital art on canvas
43" x 30"

Canyon Medusa
digital art on paper 24" x 36"

Grand Canyon Isis
digital art on canvas
28" x 20"

Sedona Madonna
digital art on paper 24" x 36"

Grand Canyon Tara
digital art on paper
36" x 24"

Mother God
digital art on paper 24" x 36"

Canyon Demeter and Core
digital art on paper
36" x 24"

Sedona Coatlicue
digital art on paper 24" x 36"

Isis of Florida
digital art on canvas
37" x 30"

Transformation
digital art on paper 24" x 36"

Canyon Spirit Shield
digital art on canvas
43" x 29"

Key Biscayne Goddess
digital art on canvas
30" x 43"

Sekhmet of Florida
digital art on canvas
30" x 36"

Grand Canyon Akua Ba
digital art on paper 24" x 36'

Our Lady of Atlantic
digital art on canvas 30" x 36

Rhea Athena
digital art on canvas
30" x 43"
Our Lady of Red Rocks
digital art on canvas
28" x 42"

Sedona Juno Lucina
digital art on paper
24" x 36"

Canyon Serpent Spirits
digital art on canvas
30" x 43"

" Spirit Circle"
11-04-1999 until 01-21-2000
The Art Gallery, Broward Community College South Campus
Pembroke Pines, FL
USA


Artist and author Kyra Belan had her first exhibition of her digital images at The Art Gallery on November 4th, 1999 through January 2000. This turn of the millennium solo exhibition marks the beginning of a new phase in the life of the artist who has been involved with the New Genre Arts for the last two decades. Using computer technology as her artistic expression, she created her first computer generated image in 1978. However, her previous body of work consists of site specific installations, earth art and performance art. Using a variety of digital imaging skills, Belan employs computer technology to experiment with this new art form.


She is deeply moved by America's natural beauty and is inspired by the Native American myths and the mythologies of the world. By juxtaposing her images of nature against her interpretations of symbols and archetypes of world cultures Belan hopes to convey the messages of hope, spirituality and interconnectedness between people and nature. She also pays tribute to the newly discovered Miami Circle by using circle centered compositions. She feels that a circle evokes peaceful spirituality and equality of all people, and had used it in her art for many years. Kyra Belan exhibits and lectures nationally and internationally.


All Art Works on this WebSite are Created and Copyrighted by Kyra Belán
For more information or questions contact : kyrabelan@hotmail.com