Bella Pieroni recieved an education in Fine Art at Southport and Liverpool Colleges of Art. Focusing on painting and lithography, Bella’s studies led to her obtaining a National Diploma in Design and an Art Teaching Degree. Bella then spent three years teaching art to A Level in a school near Bristol after which time, she moved to London and worked for the next ten years in design. It was then that Bella feels her real education began, under the tutelage of Antonia Black. By the mid 90’s she had discovered the work of the enigmatic visionary painter, Cecil Collins, and actively sought to study under a number of gifted teachers, whom he had taught.
Bella Pieroni is an influential, contemporary fine artist. Her work focuses on the dynamism of the human form. Her drawings are worked mainly in naturally occurring media and with natural instruments, occasionally adding paint. Her works springs from the ‘heart forces’ and often because of this have a profound affect on people. Moments are captured in the snippets of time in her art. Music is almost always drives the energy in her work. Bella is currently working on interpreting her drawings into large paintings on canvas.