Biography

Whether painting jaguars in Mexico, bighorn sheep in the Rockies, giraffes of the Serengeti, or songbirds in the South of France, Beth Hoselton captures the fascinating symphony of nature with both passion and intricacy. 

Canadian artist Beth Hoselton had a love and aptitude for art from an early age. She had the privilege of growing up in an artistic environment as her father, renowned sculptor Carl Hoselton, imparted his knowledge and enthusiasm for all things artistic. Beth was elected a signature member of Artists for Conservation and the Society of Animal Artists. She works in a variety of media including oil, acrylic and watercolor. Her original paintings are in private and corporate collections around the world.

Education:  Haliburton School of Fine Arts, Sir Sanford Fleming College and Trent University, Canada

Support for Conservation: 

Beth has used her time and talent to raise funds and awareness for many causes, including fundraising auctions of original paintings for the Algonquin Wolf Fund and the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority. World Wildlife Fund (WWF) commissioned a polar bear limited edition print for their national Adopt-a-Polar Bear Campaign, and a Siberian tiger family print to raise funds for WWF's Wildlife Trade Program.