Beth Gahan is interested in using art to explore how the world today is different from any other point in history. Color, texture, pattern, and transparency play vital roles in my artwork as she explores the impact of architecture, urban planning, art, technology and popular culture in shaping everyday experience and environmental surroundings. Gahan considers relationships between nature and built environments, public space and private experience, architecture and advertising, organic and synthetic forms, as well as local and global connections.
Beth Gahan is a Seattle-based artist. She grew up in San Diego, CA and then attended the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she received an undergraduate degree in Global Studies and Fine Art. She received a MFA from Claremont Graduate University with an emphasis in painting. Her current art practice combines 2D studio art and 3D installation art.
Courtesy of Linda Hodges Gallery.