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Beth Warmath

Artist Bio:

Warmath started drawing and creating at age 6, always on her horse until the day she could drive, Warmath would run through the fields and explore the woods. Having the amenity of hundreds of acres, lakes, trees, and being the youngest of three, Warmath kept herself entertained by creating art from nature, watching birds & insects, drawing plants & animals, and enjoying the natural beauty of our world. Earning a scholarship at a very young age Warmath became a professional graphic designer and art teacher, using her experience, skills, and color theory she now uses in her large scale murals.

Theme Description:

My idea is to give hope, perseverance and strength to the human spirit by bringing awareness of the Ferruginous Hawk, an endangered bird of Colorado, while painting a vibrant and eye-catching piece to celebrate Colorados nature and beauty. It is written…”Look at the birds in the sky, that do not reap nor gather into the barns, they trust they are fed. Do not be anxious. Are you not more valuable than the birds?. ” I will upload several ideas and I will adjust colors and landscape to my surroundings and community. I look forward to being a part of this festival. Thank you for the opportunity to show some of my work. <3

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