Beth Carlson


Beth Carlson’s paintings are coveted by many collectors across the country. After seven one-woman shows in Charleston, S.C., Beth went on to exhibit at the prestigious invitational Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, also in Charleston, S.C.

In her narrative paintings, Beth proves to be a witty story teller of a dog’s life. 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. “She possesses a conviction of accuracy and authenticity which are both necessary and appreciated by her collectors,” says Robert K. Abbett about Carlson’s work. I addition to multiple covers on national and international magazines, including Grays Sporting Journal and The Chronicle of the Horse ,, she also has five paintings in museums; National Bird Dog Museum in Tennessee and bequeathed to the prestigious Museum of the Dog in St. Louis, Missouri. In addition, Carlson is also well-known for her fox paintings, some of which are collected in the book, Fox Tales (published by Dog & Horse Fine Art).


Beth Carlson- Photo Credit: Lucky Fern Photography
Tis the Season, 20x 30, oil on linen, AVAILABLE
Sitting Pretty- In Private Collection
The Sly One- In Private Collection
January- In Private Collection
The Birthday Boy- In Private Collection
A Little to the Left- In Private Collection
Hoping- In Private Collection
Pasture Pine- In Private Collection
In Private Collection
Get Well Soon- In Private Collection
On Golden Pond, framed 20x24 AVAILABLE
Almost- In Private Collection
Grays Sporting Journal Cover- In Private Collection



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