Curriculum vitae

Exhibitions

2013 BLINK GALLERY “Between Shadow and Light” with Jean Jewer Ottawa
2013 CENTRE GALLERY solo exhibition Ottawa
2012 FRITZI GALLERY group exhibition Ottawa
2012 HEARTWOOD HOUSE GALLERY 3 person show Ottawa
2011 CUBE GALLERY group exhibition Ottawa
2011 CUBE GALLERY “Florescence”  Ottawa
2011 MISSISSIPPI MILLS TEXTILE MUSEUM Featured Artist Almonte
2011 BLINK GALLERY “Unexpected Deviation” – Collaborative exhibition with Cynthia O’Brien Ottawa
2011 CUBE GALLERY group exhibition Ottawa
2010 CUBE GALLERY group exhibition Ottawa
2009 PATRICK GORDON GALLERY group exhibition Ottawa
2009 DISTRICT LOFTS GALLERY  solo exhibition 388 Richmond St. West Toronto
2009 CUBE GALLERY “Canadian Homage” Ottawa
2008 CUBE GALLERY group exhibition Ottawa
2008 CUBE GALLERY ‘Homage’ Ottawa
2008 TORONTO ART EXPO  group exhibition Toronto
2007 CUBE GALLERY group exhibition Ottawa
2007 TORONTO OUTDOOR ART EXHIBITION  group exhibition Toronto
2006 MINNESOTA CENTER FOR BOOK ARTS “Plane and Form”group exhibition Minnesota, USA
2006 CUBE GALLERY “Efflorescence” Ottawa
2004 BRUYERE GALLERY group exhibition Ottawa
2001 OTTAWA SCHOOL OF ART juried group exhibition Ottawa
2000 ELLE McLAUGHLAN GALLERY solo exhibition Ottawa

Annual Participation

2004-2010 TEXTILE MUSEUM of CANADA Shadow Box Auction Toronto
2004-2011 THE NEW ART FESTIVAL Ottawa

Publications

2006 HAND PAPERMAKING MAGAZINE (USA) “Plane and Form”

Awards

2010 Best Fibre award, The New Art Festival
2009 Best 2D/ Mixed Media award, The New Art Festival
2001 Zonta Bursary for Visual Arts
2000 Ted Marshall Memorial Scholarship

Education

1999-2001 Ottawa School of Art (papermaking)
1996-1999 Multiple Papermaking courses, The Paper Trail (Ottawa)
1975-1978 Algonquin College (Visual Arts- Fine Metal, Clay)

Beth Levin studied papermaking at The Ottawa School of Art as well as Visual and Creative Arts at Algonquin College in Ottawa, Canada. She has worked and played with paper and other materials for over 40 years. Her handmade-paper sculptures have appeared in galleries in Canada and the United States and are in collections in North America and Europe.