B’Beth Weldon is an internationally exhibited and collected artist and has her studio in Fairhope, Alabama.
Recognized for her Abstracts, Landscapes and Sport Art, B’Beth’s award-winning work can be found in galleries, and Select Public and Private collections in the United States, Europe and Asia. What unifies her portfolio is her focus on expression through free-flowing movement and colorful exuberance that brings her subjects and abstracts to life. She delights in ‘capturing the moment of celebration’ found in nature and sports, and finds these subjects inspire her abstractions as well.
She has studied and taught Sport Art and serves on the Art Committee Board for the United States Sports Academy. Her work is featured in Select Public and Private Collections including the American Sport Art Museum and Archives, Beijing Sport University, RCA Records, and the Renaissance Hotel.
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: 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 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 numerous publications. Recently she was featured in ALABAMA, May/June 2017 issue and Mobile Bay Monthly: Holiday Gift Guide, December 2016 issue, and other health related journals.
Due to its positive and healing qualities, her art has been acquired by numerous Healthcare facilities and Hospitals throughout Alabama and New York.
For additional and more detailed information, please click here for her CV.