Stephanie Bellefleur is a Contemporary Visual Artist who was born in Venezuela, South America. Ms.Bellefleur grew up in Willow Bunch Saskatchewan and is based on the Danforth in Toronto, Ontario. Stephanie Paullette Bellefleur is not only a Visual Artist – Muralist but is a certified Reiki Practitioner, Gemologist, Traveler, Student, Entrepreneur, Mother, basically a straight up hustler.
Stephanie incorporates in much of her work bold colours with strong graphic lines. Great attention is lent to the execution of capturing the organic process of ones life’s experiences, turning them into healing manifestations. The importance of her practice is to unify both Fine Art Traditions with Street Art Culture. Stephanie has created a contemporary style that embodies both elegance and grit.
Bellefleur Graduated in 2014 from Gemology at George Brown College and completed Art and Design Foundation with Centennial College. She also participated and completed summer of 2016 courses with Program Mural Routes. Stephanie completed a degree in The Fine Art Studio Program at Centennial as of April 2017.
Stephanie has been hired on to create by Art Organizations and Corporate Businesses such as Street Art Toronto, Facebook, Vancouver & Hamilton BIA, Daniel Spectrum, also The University of Toronto ibusiness School.
This young female street artists most accomplished work to date is assistance to International Mural Artist Phlegm from the UK at Yonge and St.Clair, Toronto Ontario.
Bellefleur's most recent completion working alongside the Steps Initiative for the second time this year as a Public Art assistant, supporting Artist Justus Roe from Sister City Chicago on the Roncenvalles Bridge and Fathima Mohiuddin on the Lakeshore Underpass.
Bellefleur’s most relevant works for the Pan Am Path, Relay 2017 can be seen on Cherry and Lakeshore from the Path and Highway in Toronto.
Stephanie is currently working for the Steps Initiative as an art administrator and will help support public art projects for 2018, Stephanie was part of most recent completion of International project with Muralist Okuda from Spain, on a 23 story Equilibrium Mural at Jarvis and Carlton for summer 2018.
As part of Stephanie's mission to continue to support wellness within the arts, The Haus of Bellefleur was a selected Artist for the 2018 brain project. #noblankbrains
The Yogen Früz Pinkberry Brain Project is a large-scale, outdoor exhibit that brings brain health, art and imagination to the streets of Toronto. In its inaugural year, The Yogen Früz Pinkberry Brain Project launched across Toronto and started a public conversation about brain health and brought awareness to diseases like Alzheimer’s.
As The Yogen Früz Pinkberry Brain Project returns for its third year, a variety of artists from around the world will transform blank brain sculptures into beautiful, energetic and thought-provoking pieces of art. These sculptures will be sponsored by corporations and philanthropists, and placed on display in more than 15 locations around the Greater Toronto Area.
Funds raised through the project are donated to the Baycrest Foundation, the fundraising arm of Baycrest, a global leader in brain health and aging.
Learn more about Baycrest and the impact of funds raised through The Yogen Früz Pinkberry Brain Project.
Stephanie is looking forward to continuing to beautify the public realm and supporting from emerging artists to the worlds leading artist.