New York artist Sean Broadbelt is an internationally recognized musician, producer and artist. Hailing from a family of distinguished musicians, dancers and educators, Broadbelt pushes the boundaries by creating original works that reflect our intricate connection to nature.
Paint on Canvas
“My work is always in motion, always becoming, transforming never standing still. It arises from the interaction of commentaries.
Action sets up resistance which provokes a reaction or stream of consciousness.”
Painting Titled: Morrigan
She was queen of phantoms, demons, shape-shifters and patroness of priestesses and Witches. Her name means “great queen” in the old Irish language. Morrigan was also known as Morgane, Morrígu, Morríghan, Mor-Ríoghain and Morrígna.
The materials used for Faces Evolution start with things people throw away. Old photographs and fashion magazines become the canvas.
“My work is in constant transformation never standing still”
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I’ve been so fortunate in my life to have parents that are teachers. My father is the most fascinating person I’ve ever known… he is a true genius on so many levels. As a father his scholarship and wisdom are jewels that stay with me and make me a better father.
THE BROADBELT DUO
My brother Girshwyn is a genius! He’s the only person I know that can change the clutch in rear engine high performance car. Knows all the music software for any major studio we work out of, can mix master compose and transpose on several instruments including trumpet.. and can still take the time to change the screen on my IPhone. That’s who you want next to you in a war, that’s my bro…
Dylan introduced us at his school.
As musicians, the Broadbelt Guitar Duo, have performed together since the age of seven. The music is a blend of Spanish, French and African Moorish rhythms.
“There’s an intuitive connection that goes beyond music for us as brothers. We speak through music, the universal language and the science of sound.”
Sean has been featured as a guest lecturer at Manhattan College NY
and UBC BC Canada, Music in the African Diaspora. He is also a
conceptual designer of the Circle of Fifths Digital Interface Module which was presented to the United Nation for new technology in Music Education with the aid of Administration Studies Faculty of Music York University.
Jazz at the Smithsonian in DC, The Council on Foreign Relations, Harvard Club, The Apollo Theater, Super Bowl, NBC Studios Rainbow Room Rockefeller Center, Walter Reed, and Lincoln Center.
Private parties for such notables as Hillary Clinton, Diana Ross, Maya Angelou, Bet Midler and Wynton Marsalis.