CANADIAN ARTIST BETH HOSELTON
Canadian artist Beth Hoselton had a love and aptitude for art from an early age. Born in Cobourg, Ontario in 1970, Beth had the privilege of growing up in an artistic environment as her father, Carl Hoselton, renowned sculptor and founder of Hoselton Studio, imparted his knowledge and enthusiasm for art. She began selling her artwork at the age of 15 and since then, has sold over 400 originals in a variety of media, including sculpture, across Canada and internationally. Whether painting jaguars in Mexico, bighorn sheep in the Rockies, giraffes of the Serengeti, or songbirds in the South of France, Beth captures the fascinating symphony of nature with both passion and intricacy.
Haliburton School of Fine Arts (Lithography)
Trent University (General Arts)
Acrylic, Oil, Watercolour, Pastel, Egg Tempera, Pencil, Ink and Stone Lithography and other Printmaking techniques, Sculpture in various media
Although the majority of her subject matter
is Canadian wildlife, she has also done International and endangered species,
portraiture, equine portraits, and architectural paintings.
Beth is a Signature Member of the Society of Animal Artists, and a member of Artists For Conservation.
Beth has had various press interviews, including a featured interview on Global Television News with Terry Culbert.
Her collectors include Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty, Toronto Maple Leafs goalie, Curtis Joseph, Lieutenant General Romeo Dallair, UN Special Envoy Stephen Lewis and other private and corporate collectors.