Always open to enriching her life and art, Beloff studied under Hiromi Katayama, a Japanese artist and papermaker dedicated to preserving the traditional papermaking techniques of his ancestors. Beloff’s handmade paper collages are made from Japanese bark called kozo that is beaten, individually dyed and formed into unique sheets that are then pressed and set out to dry. The unlimited variety of paper samples and textures she creates makes for the individuality of each piece of her art.
Beloff hopes to convey a simple, uplifting message with her works—the basic essence of happiness and fulfillment. She fills each creation with her enthusiasm for life, in the hope that the work will be inspiring and pleasurable to those who view it.
Beloff exhibits her artwork at galleries and outdoor shows throughout the Southwest and California. Most recently, her work has been chosen as the poster art for the annual Sausalito Art Festival in the Bay Area.