Kim Beller, native of Wilmington, North Carolina  now living in the Hudson Valley in New York, is a mixed media artist, inspired by the sea and all of nature.  A peaceful activist, she combines her love for the planet, and her constant work to protect it, through her intuitive process, in the many layers of her work.   Using different mediums, her paintings are filled with  secret messages, memories, mantras, and prayers,  for the oceans, the Earth,  and all of it’s creatures. 


Kim’s passion for art in it’s many forms began in her early years while growing up on the coast with her artist mother, and adventure loving dad.  She was introduced to her own creativity as a child through exploring the marsh and sound with her dad, and making art and crafts with her mother. 


She has a contagious enthusiasm for creating, and enjoys leading workshops, and guiding others to unleash their creative spirit, while finding their own style and voice.   For many years, she has kept “visual journals,” and shares this love and practice with others during her workshops.  She teaches in her home studio, at museum schools, the Outer Banks, North Carolina mountains, Terra Sol Sanctuary, and anywhere she is invited to teach!

Kim is a RYT200 and certified reflexologist.  She combines, art, yoga, and meditation,  and offers workshops in studios and through private sessions.  

Kim is an ambassador and avid volunteer with  Plastic Ocean Project.  She was featured in Wilma magazine for her ocean activism and art.