Born in São Paulo, moved to Brasilia in
the year of 2000, where she deepened her studies of different art techniques .
Over time, she became into her own as an artist, intuitively evolving toward
the portrayal of Afro-Brazilian women in her paintings.
The power of the feminine in her
From the time she took her first
brushstrokes, she found inspiration im
the image of women, focusing, above all,
on their roots, pain, triumphs, and strength. Initially, her work was
sell-learned, the product of “pure inspiration,” as she likes to observe.
Beth's painting is marked by strong
colors, especially primary colors, based on peculiar themes which portray
elements that symbolize the modem woman in her cultural, business, and
In the last five years, she has received
two awards for her artworks, while a number of other paintings have been
selected for dozens of group exhibitions in Brasilia. Some of her pieces have
been acquirad by international collectors.
Artist. Beth Ribeiro Title: Ala das
Baianas Size 20" x 20º Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
The cow with the name "Vistosa" was a victim of a forest fire at Brazilian Scrubland -
the artist immortalized her carcass.
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