Award-winning artist Beth Pite has been exhibiting professionally since 1997. Trained at UConn’s School of Fine Arts, she is a member of the Connecticut Pastel Society and exhibits her pastel paintings frequently throughout the region. In 2011, one of her seascapes won second place in a statewide competition for an exhibit at Connecticut’s Legislative Office Building. Beth’s work has been accepted into juried shows at West Hartford Art League, Mystic Art Museum, the Artists Cooperative Gallery of Westerly, RI, and the Slater Memorial Museum in Norwich, CT.
Beth’s recent solo exhibits include New London’s Yale New Haven/L&M Hospital and Garde Art Center, Pamela Hirth Studio in Woodbridge, Hartford’s Town & County Club and Morneault’s Stackpole Moore Tryon, Black Orchid in Stonington, Arts Unique in Avon and Studio M in Mystic. Her paintings are currently exhibited at Spectrum Gallery in Centerbrook, Connecticut and are in private collections in Vermont, California, Florida, Colorado and Italy.