As a contemporary artist, Pearl Bayne uses various styles and colors in her paintings. She delves into working with multiple layers, colors, textures and mediums to evoke her subject without limits or boundaries in many of her works. Her striking colors create depth as well as a sense of light and harmony with her subjects to engage the viewer. 

Pearl Bayne, originally from Hungary presently living and painting in Connecticut. Her influences in many of her subjects are from her European background, living in southeast Florida for many years and her bountiful travels. 

 A graduate from Parsons The New School of Design in New York City. Pearl Bayne’s latest works were recently exhibited in TriBeca. Her art has also been in galleries in Connecticut and southeast Florida and shown in many various venues. Pearl Bayne has donated her art to several charities.


The inspiration for my art comes from my deep connection and respect for the beauty of nature, animals and the coastal shores. My belief is that Art should never be pedestrian. The evolution of art develops emotionally, spiritually, and through life experience. One cannot always grasp the reason to create except that it is the urge to make something tangible that connects us to a realm greater than ourselves.