High Country Art Association Member Beth Zink
Cave Creek artist Beth Zink has found a way to combine her passion for painting and her love of nature. Her work is realistic, yet characterized by vivid color and meticulous attention to detail. This light, fresh, style has been called a reflection of her personality.
Beth enjoys painting “vibrant contemporary botanicals”, in acrylics on canvas. “The creative process is challenging, but ultimately joyful. It is a labor of love.” Beth taught art to children for years in private schools. She continues to host corporate workshops and adult painting classes.
Beth met her husband Jon in 1974 in Colorado, and they moved to the Phoenix valley in 1986. They have two sons who now have families nearby. Jon and Beth collaborate on newproducts and designs. In 2007, Jon designed and had constructed, the Beth Zink Studio, in Cave Creek. It is a spacious work area and gallery, and open byappointment. At the Studio you will find Beth’s original paintings, prints, outdoor art, tables, accent pillows, coasters, stone prints, note cards and holiday cards.
Beth grew up in Rhode Island, where she was always painting and drawing as a child. She majored in Art and received her B.A. from Bethany College. She continued her education taking graduate level classes in painting at the University of South Carolina, and WVU.
In 2009, Beth was featured in Phoenix Home & Garden Magazine. She has also been published in Southwest Art, and many local publications. She is active in the community, donating time and artwork throughout the year to many local charities. Her work hangs in Scottsdale Healthcare Hospital, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Casa Sol y Mar, Del Mar, CA, and corporate collections. Beth is a member of Southwest Premier Artists, Sonoran Arts League, The Art Alliance of the White Mountains, and The High Country Art Association.
Beth Zink Studio, 33444 N 55th St., Cave Creek, AZ 85331
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