My work often revolves around my curiosity and adoration towards plants and animals. Using abstraction and blooming colors I draw narratives and invite the viewer to see a deeper meaning in familiar figures. With a few years of freelance experience under my belt, I have learned to shape shift my work from gallery walls all the way to posters on telephone poles. I love all of it.
Watercolor, animals, plants, traditional media, adobe photoshop, typography, screen printing, posters, portraits, abstract, architecture,
Beth has worked for clients such as: Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI), Bitch Magazine, Ecova, Someday Lounge, Breken Kitchen, and was published in a book of poetry by Graham Murtaugh called "There is No Safety." I have also participated in print exchanges, as well as many solo and group shows and custom commissioned pieces.