Beth Barron, a self-taught artist, lives and works in Saint Paul, MN. She has shown nationally and internationally since 1997, including exhibitions at the Phipps Art Center. Hudson, WI; The Society for Contemporary Craft; Pittsburgh, PA; Wayne Art Center; Wayne, PA, The George Washington University Museum, The Textile Museum , Washington D.C. and Delaplaine Visual Arts Center. Frederick, MD. Her work is included within numerous collections including the Museum of Arts & Design (Formerly known as The American Craft Museum).
Beth’s has taken many workshops and studied with well-respected textile artists such as Joyce Scott, Barbara Lee Smith, Bhakti Zeik and Erica Carter. David McFadden, former curator of The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), has shown Barron’s work in his “Artists to Watch Out For” lecture series and MAD owns one of her first Band-Aid pieces.
In October 2015, Beth spent a month at the Vermont Studio Center where she had the opportunity to work in the studio around the clock. The experience was transformational and has reenergized her desire to express her concern for the people and the condition of the planet, especially during these challenging political times.
Opening of Wish for Wholeness at The Gallery at W83, NYC
Installing exhibition Wounds and Bandages.