Beth Willoughby

My adventure into art really began in the summer of 1980 when I first attended the Haliburton School of Art and Design.

Over the ensuing years I embraced the school's summer programs with great anticipation enrolling in storytelling, doll making, creative writing, oil painting, acrylic and watercolour painting, fabric landscape and embellishment with free motion machine embroidery.

I attended the Toronto School of Art part-time as a mature student. I have also taken watercolour workshops and classes with Jack Reid, Margaret Roseman and Bernice Harper, and oil portraiture with Susan Statham. Textile art workshops with Alice Vander Vennen and fabric landscape with Jane Selbie added to the fun. I continue to enjoy workshops which help keep the creative juices flowing and connect me to other artists.

No matter what form creativity takes, I believe it is a basic drive :   artistic expression fulfills that need in me. If others derive enjoyment from my work, it simply adds to the many benefits.

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