“I love the indescribable magic that comes from painting, particularly the unpredictability of watercolor. I find inspiration in unique perspectives, the interaction of light and color, interesting people and the beauty of nature.”
Beth primarily paints in watercolor, and her work ranges from contemporary representational work to abstract landscapes and figures. Beth has exhibited her work in Corning, NY at the Houghton Gallery at 171 Cedar Arts, The Evelyn Peacock Peeler Gallery at the ARTs Council of the Southern Finger Lakes, and in Elmira, at the Arnot Art Museum. She has also exhibited in various public venues in upstate New York with the Elmira Regional Arts Society.
Photo credit: Beth Landin