Beth Campbell is currently very busy in the art community in Saskatchewan. She is:
  • the President of the Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association (SWAA) 
  • the Chair of the Reflections Art Festival (Reflections)
  • on the Board of Saskatoon Exhibition's Art Showcase (Ex)
  • a member of the Prairie Palette Painters 
  • a member of the Prairie River Artists
  • a member of The Saskatoon Painters
  • a member of ArtQuest

Beth enjoys painting and networking with other artists. She is a member of:
  • Saskatchewan Wildlife Artist's Association (President)
  • The Prairie Palette Painters
  • The Prairie River Artists
  • Art Quest
  • Board Member, Saskatoon Exhibition Showcase of the Arts
  • member of The Saskatoon Painters Club

Watch for her work at:
  • the Reflections Art Festival (October)
  • Saskatoon Exhibition Showcase of Arts (August)
  • Art Quest shows
  • The Saskatoon Painters Show & Sale (October)
  • Prairie River Artist's Shows & Sales (April)
  • LifeMark Health Centres, Saskatoon
  • Oliver Lodge, Saskatoon
  • Artists Against Hunger Live Auction
  • CFCR Live Auction
  • Parkridge, Saskatoon
  • Bridges Galleries at Saskatoon City Hospital
In the past her work has also been shown at places and events such as:
  • the Prairie River Artist's 2005 & 2006 Show & Sale
  • the Mendal Members' Showcase
  • Saskatchewan Home-Based Business Association Tradeshows
  • Bringing your Business Home Conference in Swift Current
  • Saskatchewan Bed & Breakfast Association Tradeshows
  • the galleries in Circle Centre Mall
  • the Elbow Art Gallery
  • Saskatoon Forestry Farm

Beth won the first art contest she entered when she was in Grade 7 with the helpful instruction from her school art teacher, Mr. Weins. Her cousin, Terry Oja had convinced her to enter the Junior Farmer's Union Art Contest. The next year she won an award in a Credit Union Art contest. And she was hooked.

Beth grew up on the prairies on the edge of the hills just south of Elrose, Saskatchewan. After completing her education in Saskatoon she lived in Tobermory, Ontario for 20 years. Beth now spends the winters in Saskatoon and her summers in the country where she and her husband, Doug Carlson farm near Gardner Dam and Lake Diefenbaker. 

In December of 2015 Beth competed in Art Battle in Saskatoon. She had so much fun she applied to paint again in January. She was one of the 12 chosen to compete in the Regional Finals in July 2016. 

Saskatchewan Art Battle on Facebook

At Art Battle

In Ontario - near Collingwood

Beth is a farmer - near Gardner Dam

Art Battle Saskatoon

Contact Beth at 306-244-1567
or via email at

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