Beth's practice - whether composed of still life, landscape, or abstract forms -
focuses primarily on color, pattern and texture of the paint, and she is always looking for new ways to create form. While her work has become increasingly abstract in recent years, the focus on color and pattern as a central component has remained a constant. Beth's unique color palette acts as a common thread as the subject matter evolves. The interaction of color, pattern, texture and form creates a harmonious rhythm, keeping the eye constantly moving throughout the composition. Beth continues to expand her exploration of color and texture, incorporating tissue paper, collage, woodblock prints, and various forms of mixed media in her work. Her goal is to conveys a mood, delight the eyes, and capture the whimsical nature of life.
Originally from upstate NY, Beth lives and paints in Fairfield, Connecticut.