B’Beth Weldon, an internationally collected and exhibited American artist, is known for her abstracts, landscapes and sport art. Her work can be found in galleries, private collections, and exhibitions throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. A notable few include: “X Florence Biennale- Art in the Polis” (Florence, IT), “Women Bridging Worlds,” Ikastikos Kiklos Sianti (Athens, GR), “Water for Life” Niagara Falls (Ontario, CA), and permanent collections in hospitals such as Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centers (New Jersey, USA), USA Mitchell Cancer Institute (Alabama-USA), and other select public collections. Born in Mobile, Alabama, B’Beth grew up along the shores of Fairhope, Alabama. With her mother a creative, she was drawn to art at a very early age and was invited to paint with her mother and her contemporaries in her studios. B’Beth’s summers on Mobile Bay were filled with happy memories of sailboat races with her father, riding horses until sunset, and hunting and fishing in the delta and Gulf of Mexico - passions which have stayed with her throughout life. Today, B’Beth continues to draw inspiration for her artwork from these childhood passions as well as her love of travel and the outdoors. B’Beth is currently living and painting between Fairhope, Alabama, and Athens, Greece.