Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild

Beth Korth is the current art education coordinator at Tippet Rise Art Center located in Fishtail, MT. She received her MFA from the University of Montana in 2016 after her undergraduate studies at the University of Wyoming. Beth has shown work across the western United States and in Japan.  Korth’s multi-media work explores everyday relationships using iconic tropes and animal bodies to signify the familiar way we have told stories while activating twists into the bodies’ form, layers of drawing, and bright expressive colors she complicates stories to capture contemporary human nature and the stories of our lives today. In 2020, Korth was a featured artist at the Billings Downtown Alliance. She recently received an award for her volunteer work with the Red Lodge Area Community Foundation. Beth guest lecturers at Wallace, ID university and has recently installed a mural at the newly renovated historic Lincoln Theater in Cheyenne, WY. Beth's work is in the collection of the American Museum of Ceramic Art’s in Pomona, CA. 

Beth Korth

2021 Emerging Artist

BLACKFOOT PATHWAYS: SCULPTURE IN THE WILD