Beth Livingston

About Beth Livingston

Beth Livingston is an artist and Paralympic athlete, educator, and mother of two terrific children residing in Bozeman, Montana. Beth received a BFA from Parsons School of Design in 1989, and a degree and teaching certificate from the Bank Street College of Education the same year.

Her art runs the gamut: from whimsical to academic: utilizing found objects combined with painterly brushstrokes. Beth has a keen sense of design which is apparent in her work, and often surprises the viewer with her unconventional uses of materials. Always thought provoking, yet pleasing to the eye, Beth continues to charm the viewers of her art with her sense of whimsy and surprise.

As an athlete, Beth has competed and received National medals in both the sports of Nordic and Alpine skiing. She is sponsored by one of the leaders in outdoor technical gear: Patagonia,; she serves as a world-class competitor in her sport and a resource for product testing and design.

Beth also gives back to her community locally and nationwide by volunteering to teach other disabled athletes and Veterans in a variety of sports such as water and snow skiing, biking and sled hockey.

In her beautiful home studio, you can find Beth teaching art to the young and the young at heart, and creating her own form of magic: her mixed media magical creations.

Beth's work hangs in private and corporate collections throughout the United States.