Creativity is all of life's actions.

Blog

Writer

Ravens

Home

NEWS!

Contact

Art from the Kitchen

Apparel aloha shirts

Chuppah

Tallit

Healing Scarves

Dream Vessels

Resumé

Enigmatic Paradise

Dragons & Hurricanes

Paintings

Paintings1

PRINTS

Mermaids

Design Services

Table Linens

TILES

Prices

Blog

Stories

Articles

Resource

Beth Surdut,Visual Storyteller          Listening to ravens, paddling with gators Mermbizfront.jpg (533943 bytes)

                 Art for the Mind and Body                                                           Follow updates on  Facebook                              

                                         Click here for the enchanting Merblue by Beth SurdutVideo The Mermaid's Return

Immerse yourself in intricately illustrated wild and cultivated life.

Beth Surdut is an artist and product designer,  writer and visual storyteller, creator of Listening To Raven and Art for the Mind and Body. Integrating the patterns of  nature and world cultures, her paintings, drawings, and textiles are exhibited in museums and galleries internationally.

Inspired by her travels in world cultures and immersion in nature, the artist creates distinctive renderings of the earth's rich environment. Her studio provides paintings, prints, and murals; custom design services for hotels and private homes; product design, branding identity, and licensing for reproduction by manufacturers of textiles, Hawaiian shirts, women’s apparel, giftware and home goods.   Santa Fe, Sarasota, Hawaii, corvids, ravens, wildlife, southwest. northwest, birding, mermaids, illustration, silk, color, etsy, museums

                     Contact:  info@bethsurdut.com

                          Beth_prism.jpg (1734428 bytes)

               Visit NEWS! for the latest exhibitions, appearances, projects and products.

                        Flaunt gorgeous wearable art  NIghtbird shawl by Beth Surdut art for the mind and body

                    Engage in commentaries at http://surdut.blogspot.com/

                                 

                                     Listening To Raven  award winning signed prints!   

                        wbTruthandMemory.jpg (449887 bytes)

 

  DRAGON SCALES AND HURRICANES             Enigmatic Paradise                   Lizards, Frogs and Creatures

        RED-TIDE and Dragon Scales                                Pomegranate.Stainweb.jpg (15606 bytes)             Darth Vader and the Armored Chameleon

                                        Creating a new mythology

Enter the visionary world of Beth Surdut and discover colors of the sun applied to silk and transformed into detailed jewel-toned paintings, prayer shawls, wearable art for men and women, home accents, and designs for reproduction.

                             Colors.jpg (3510483 bytes)

 Beth Surdut HIstudio

Ask about the international Dream Vessels Project

Peruse creative non-fiction with a Mirthful Muse. Find links to articles and commentaries written by Surdut for magazines, newspapers, and  public radio.

Feast on Art from the Kitchen~painted and served

 BeetStamp1.jpg (44873 bytes) Immerse yourself in

exotic flowers, obake_small.jpg (3608 bytes)  Mermaids Meremerald.jpg (30579 bytes)

tropical fish, Conversation1.jpg (257654 bytes)   and Stunning vistas of jungle, junglewk.jpg (80699 bytes)

waterfalls I Came So Far for Beauty: Molokai and the vivid colors of Nature. Macaws and Mangoes, exotic birds silk painting by Beth Surdut 

Wrap your body in NMshawlsangre.jpg (139952 bytes) glowing skies and mountains.

The artist's designs for architectural art glass are found in a Middle Eastern palace, private residences and public spaces.

The Smithsonian Institution, galleries, and magazines nationwide have chosen to display her artwork.

Explore  the endless applications utilized by interior designers, hoteliers, textile, apparel and product manufacturers.

Bring this gorgeous and inviting world into your realm.  

Contact:  info@bethsurdut.com

All images and stories on this site are copyrighted. Contact info@bethsurdut.com for permission to download or use any of this information.

               wad.gif (7816 bytes)                                  

 

Google

Blog