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Beth Schoenleber is passionate about watercolor. She is a resident of Buckingham, PA and loves to comb the rural landscape of the county for subject matter. Her art focuses on architectural details, often honing on on a small piece of a scene to convey a feeling. Beth studied at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, DC. She says, "I was born to be an artist. Since the age of 5, I learned to observe and welcome my surroundings from my artist mother."

RECENT SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2010
The Radclyffe Gallery, New Hope, PA/ "Works on Paper"

2007
The Radclyffe Gallery, New Hope, PA/ "Familiar Places"

RECENT GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2011
Philadelphia Sketch Club/Works on Paper, PA; The 30th Juried Exhibition for Lambertvilee Historical Society & the Coryell Gallery; Artsbridge Members SHow; Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce 2011 Byers Bucks Fever Art Exhibiton

2010
Philadelphia Watercolor Society Annual Members Juried Exhibiton, "Works on Paper"-Newman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA;
Salmugundi Painting & Sculpture Exhibition, NY, NY; Tinicum Annual Juried Art Exhibition, Tinicum, PA; Travis Gallery Annual Small Paintings Exhibition

2009
Philadelphia Sketch Club/Works on Paper, PA; Lambertville Historical Society & the Coryell Gallery 28th Annual Juried Exhibition;
Hunterdon County Juried Art Exhibiton, NJ; Stover's Mill, Erwinna, PA "What We Three See".

AWARDS

2010
Tinicum Civic Association Art Festival-Barn Exhibition/Second Place in Watercolor

2009
Philadelphia Sketch Club-Works on Paper Exhibition/Award for Best Use of Transparent Watercolor
Tinicum Civic Association Art Festival-Barn Exhibition/Second Place in Watercolor
80th Annual Phillips Mill Juried Art Exhibition/Award for Bucks County Theme

2008
Artsbridge Member Show/First Prize

2007
The Coryell Gallery & Lambertville Historical Society Juried Art Exhibition/Second Place in Watercolor
58th Tinicum Civic Association Art Festival-Barn Exhibition/Second Place in Watercolor

 


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