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About Beth Carlson

After a 20 year nursing career, twelve years ago she decided to switch to an art career. In this relatively short period of time her artwork has been published on two book covers, numerous national and international magazine covers, including The Chronicle of the Horse and Grays Sporting Journal. It's no surprise Beth Carlson’s landscape paintings and animal portraits are coveted by many animal lovers across the country. Her ability to constantly capture an individual animal’s personality and physical characteristics can be directly attributed to her far-reaching knowledge pertaining to animals in general. For most of Beth's lifetime, she has trained and shown dogs and horses in multiple disciplines.


“She possesses a conviction of accuracy and authenticity which are both necessary and appreciated by her collectors,” said Robert Abbett about Carlson’s work. Two of her paintings are in permanent possession of The National Bird Dog Museum in Grand Junction, Tennessee and three bequeathed to the American Kennel Club Museum in St. Louis, Mo. Many featured articles have been written about her art in numerous national and international sporting magazines and she's had seven consecutive one- woman shows in Charleston, South Carolina at Dog & Horse Fine Art Gallery. Her collectors cover the globe, from Egypt to some very prominent American families’ private collections. A new book, Fox Tales, has just been published. It is a collection of her fox art with her amusing narrative about her inspiration for each painting.

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Beth spent most of her adult life showing dogs and horses.



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