B’Beth Weldon is an internationally exhibited and collected artist with her studio in Fairhope, Alabama.
Recognized for her abstracts, landscapes and sport art, B’Beth’s award-winning work can be found in corporate collections, galleries, and select public and private collections throughout the United States, Europe and Asia.
What unifies her portfolio is her focus on expression through gestural marks, movement and the use of exuberant colors which bring her subjects and abstracts to life. She delights in ‘capturing the essence of a moment’ found in nature and sports, and finds these subjects inspire her abstractions as well.
Having studied and taught sport art, she continues to serve on the Art Committee Board for the United States Sports Academy. Recently, she joined the China Research Center on Sports for People with Disabilities (CRCSPD) as member of their international faculty where she plans to continue her Gifted Masterpiece Workshops to promote inclusion and healing through painting workshops on a global basis. Some of the select public and private collections include the American Sport Art Museum and Archives, Beijing Sport University, RCA Records, and the Renaissance Hotels.
Although B’Beth has a strong following for her commissions, she has participated in numerous solo and two person exhibitions as well as group exhibitions held both nationally and internationally. Some of her recent exhibitions include: “Women Bridging Worlds,” Ikastikos Kiklos Sianti (joint exhibition with Mina Papatheodorou-Valyraki -Greece), “Art and the Polis- X Florence Biennale” (Italy), “Water For Life International Art Exhibition“ (Canada).
Along with her exhibitions, B’Beth’s art has been featured in the movie “Runaway Island” directed by Diane Houston, the series “The Cowboy Way 3” produced by Glassman Media, and recent publications including ALABAMA Magazine, and various Greek and Canadian publications and media.
Due to its positive and healing qualities, her art has been acquired by numerous healthcare facilities and hospitals throughout Alabama and New York.