Beth Warmath is a visual artist whose work includes art in acrylic, water color and pastels. She has also developed experience in disciplines as diverse as mural art, costume design, illustration and graphic design.
Warmath’s work can be found in public and private collections. It has also been featured in the Salvador Dali Museum and Museum of Science and Industry as well as several publications such as Tampa Bay Magazine and the Tampa Bay Times.
Warmath’s artwork primarily focuses on themes of nature and ecology, generating awareness of endangered species. In line with this, she makes an effort to frequently use recycled components in her art and avoiding waste in favor of reusing materials. Her larger-than-life murals of natural scenes inspire the community to consider the world around them and their impact on it.