Yolanda D. Mozdzen is a New York based artist who has been creating riveting, unique artwork since the age of 5. Yolanda is known as the Humanitarian Painter because she has been donating her enchanting portraits and original landscapes to various charities, organizations, and to those that serve our country locally and nationally.
Yolanda’s inventiveness and mastery are superbly powerful in capturing a vision and conquering a thought. With no formal art training, her enticing creations are composed in her soul from her need to inspire.
The Band Camp Diaries are quoted saying, “Yolanda is a driven and charismatic visual artist with a vastly eclectic background. She aims to empower, educate and inspire people with her talent, passion and beautiful imagery.” She has donated original creations to Mount Sinai Hospital, The American Heart Association, The AIDS Walk, The Fire Department of New York, The U.S. Army, The U.S. Navy, and more. Her goal is to utilize her vision and talent and generate awareness for causes that touch her heart.
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