The Hallmark of Betsy Stewart's imaginative paintings is her luminous colors and fluid shapes that capture lively patterns of microscopic organisms teaming inside drops of pond water as well as macro systems in the cosmos. Grounded in the study of philosophy, biology and cosmology, Stewart's work dives deep, below and above. Her colorful paintings meld art and science. Each captivating piece excites and educates us to appreciate the beauty and inter-connectivity of nature hidden from the naked eye below the surface and in the sky. The viewpoint about our inter-connectivity expressed in her art corresponds to naturalist John Muir's words: "When we tug at a single thing in nature, we fine that it is attached to the rest of the world."
An acclaimed artist for more than three decades, Stewart's paintings are held in many museum and corporate collections worldwide including the Corcoran Museum of Art, Kreeger Museum,Odgen Museum of Southern Art, Bellagio Hotel, US Embassy of Finland, Washington Convention Center and the Robert Lehrmann Foundation. She has exhibited in numerous galleries, museums and embassies---upcoming exhibits: Octavia Art Gallery (New Orleans) Space Gallery (Denver) and Odgen Museum of Contemporary Art, "Recent Acquisitions" (New Orleans). Stewart has won several awards and is featured in many publications. Visit www.betsystewart.com.
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