Page Lee Hufty Bell
Page Lee Hufty Bell: Artist, Author, and Environmentalist
About Page Lee Hufty Bell
When Page Lee Hufty Bell graduated from Stanford University, her wide-ranging talents and interests were already evident. She helped found Earth Day and designed the logo for the first Earth Day in 1970. She then channeled her passions for nature and art into a successful career as a watercolor artist. Her paintings are on view in corporate and individual collections and embassies around the world, including the Gerald R. Ford Museum and the home of King Hussein of Jordan. Page Lee Hufty Bell’s work features botanical themes and landscapes, with a decorative and fine art aesthetic. They reflect the joy she finds in the world around her
In addition to her creating artwork, she is editor, researcher and marketer of 10 New York TImes best selling novels. She writes and paints daily and is an avid researcher. Her work as an environmentalist has continued since her college days, and she has served on the board of the Catherine & John D. McArthur Agro-Ecological Research Ranch and developed curriculum for the Archbold Biological Center's Highlands County Environmental Education Program. She is heavily involved in her community and has worked to ensure a home for two globally endangered species with the Audubon International Sanctuary Golf Course Project.