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About

I found that I could say things with colors and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way - things I had no words for.
— Georgia O'Keeffe
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Welcome to my online studio and gallery!

If you've come to see my art, you're in the right place!  If you are looking for information on my coaching, my company RENASCENCE and my women's empowerment work, please meet me over at www.leahcb.com!

If you were to drop by my real-life studio space (and I love it when that happens), chances are you’d find me painting, hanging with my three awesome children (Elijah - 8, Sammy - 6, Blaise Elizabeth a feisty 4!) and husband Brad, life-coaching (another love of my life)…or painting.  Every day I paint is a good day and I paint every chance I get, but if you were to stop by, I’d take a break, make you a cup of coffee and show you around.

For as long as I can remember, I wanted to paint and knew I was meant to be an artist.

It wasn’t until I was twenty-six and recently graduated from law school that I began to do something about either of those things.  I made a make-shift studio in our garage and, even though I had no idea what I was doing, I began to paint.  

I’m mostly self-taught (I’ve taken a few classes) and let intuition be my guide.  Painting is a spiritual practice to me; it requires faith in things not yet seen, just like when I started painting and followed that intuition that whispered, “you are an artist” even though, at the time and for years that followed, I had produced very little to suggest that I was (other than large receipts from Dick Blick!). 

en years and hundreds and hundreds of paintings later, I'm getting closer and closer to channeling the way I first experience my art - invisible and within- into something visible on the canvas that, ideally,resonates with others.    

I believe that art, at it’s best, can be a bridge between people and God, and a bridge that has traffic running both ways.

This is the kind of art that I want to create.  Art that is meaningful, beautiful, soul-stirring, and for the people.  Art that no one needs to be “art-savvy” to appreciate, but art that moves you and with which you can easily fall in love.  I want to create art that reminds you, every time you see it on your wall, of your divine nature.

Not only do I create art for the people, but I also believe strongly that I create art for very specific people.  This fascinating thing happens when I'm working on a piece and at some point I find myself experiencing something “click" into place.  When that happens I have a strong sense that the piece I'm working on already has an owner, like someone has been predestined to have this painting.  

Have a look at my paintings and if you feel drawn to a certain piece - who knows?  Maybe the special someone that that painting has been meant for, all this time, has been you?

With Love & Gratitude, 

Leah