Beth Caruso is a Maryland artist who works in a variety of media. Her process often involves photography, watercolor painting, and digital manipulation. Much of Beth's artwork depicts aspects of the self and the body in relation to nature. The imagery in Beth’s artwork is bold and puzzling, as it prompts the viewer to continuously re-examine their perceptions in an effort to make meaning.
Beth’s creative process is inspired by her passion for the arts and her unique approach to seeing the world. Many aspects of her artwork are informed by her liberal arts background, including her interests in literature, history, mythology, psychology, and philosophy. When she's not making art, Beth enjoys teaching literature and composition to college students, and playing with her cat, Sir Calgary Archibald.
Beth has exhibited her artwork locally in Maryland, and nationally at the Cape Cod Museum of Art in Dennis, Massachusetts.