Feature Articles

February 2011

Dog & Horse Fine Art in Charleston, SC, Features Works by Beth Carlson

Dog & Horse Fine Art in Charleston, SC, will present the 7th Annual Sporting Exhibition, featuring works by internationally renowned Beth Carlson, on view from Feb. 16 through Mar. 17, 2012. A reception will be held on Feb. 16, from 5-8pm.

From England to the west coast, Carlson’s magical masterpieces charm and intrigue viewers as her impressive career has followed a steady vertical path. Her most recent feather in her cap is that now her work will be the symbol in Europe and the Middle East for ACE an animal charity based in England. The Field Trial Museum, the AKC Museum of the Dog and some of the most important American private collections include numerous Carlson paintings.

Carlson’s paintings have graced the covers of numerous publications including Gray’s Sporting Journal, The American Brittany, The Field Trial Magazine, and The Pointing Dog Journal. She is also a member of the nationally recognized organizations, Oil Painters Society of America and Women Artists of the West.

Currently, Carlson lives on a farm on the coast of Maine with her husband, Peter and her dogs. She paints in a studio, a recently converted barn.

For further information check our SC Commercial Gallery listings, call the gallery at 843/577-5500 or visit (www.dogandhorsefineart.com).


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