Lea Moore-Beulah’s acrylic paintings are displayed in numerous business offices and private collections throughout the United States.
Her artistic pieces are the result of over twenty years of experiences in both the engineering world and the world of art.
Her works involve use of brilliant and vibrant colors that give the sensations of movement.
She founded the company Lea’s Works in 1995 to showcase her work in both acrylic paintings and custom framing.
Later she trained with Wilton, Inc. and added custom cakes to her repertoire.
The majority of her work is done by commission. She works directly with clients to meet their requirements with delight!
Artist Statement: "Vibrant Color! Movement! Life! Joy! Thought!
These are the words that come to mind when I create. I see the vibrancy of life, the uplifting of spirit, the joy, as we move along our chosen pathways. I have a thought or feeling that I express in each piece of art; I invite the viewer to come along for the ride or to take a different path, ending in a different place but on the same canvas."
Ms. Moore-Beulah’s works can also be seen in the award-winning “He’ll Lift You Up” children’s video.
Ms. Moore-Beulah is a member of the Naperville Art League, Naperville, IL..
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Commissioned work can be inspired from a photo or picture provided by the client. The final product would be the artist's interpretation of the picture.
Original abstract pieces can also be commissioned. The client can select a color palette that they prefer and an original piece will be painted. This concept has worked well with clients looking to find just the right painting to match their room colors and decor.
All artwork is done with Acrylic paints on canvas. Canvas can be either pre-stretched or manually stretched to meet the client's specifications.
Artwork can be provided either framed or unframed. Both metal and wood frames are available.
It usually takes at least 4 weeks to complete a piece but this interval will vary depending on the complexities of the piece and previous commitments. An estimated date for completion is provided when a commission order is confirmed.
For commissioned work, a 50% deposit is required in the form of cash or cashier's check to confirm the work order. In most cases this deposit is non-refundable. The only exception is if the order is cancelled within 24 hours of being made and no costs have been incurred during that time.
You will be contacted within 72 hours after your request to discuss what you are looking for.