Artist in Residence
Beth Vallieres is graphite artist based in Whitefish, Montana. From an early age, she had a love for animals and the outdoors. Beth grew up exploring the mountains of Colorado on horseback and moved to Montana to explore more wild places after graduating from Metropolitan State University of Denver with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Outside of her day job as wild-horse-gentler for a private horse farm, she spends her time packing her horses in the Bob Marshall Wilderness, trail riding, and hunting. Her time and experiences in the outdoors inspire her artwork, which she hopes communicates how valuable wild places and their inhabitants are for our mental, emotional, and physical health, as well as for the health of our planet. She is involved in many conservation efforts that continues to deepen her knowledge and understanding of wildlife and outdoor pursuits.
Beth's artwork will be featured in upcoming releases of V&V merchandise.
You can listen to her guest appearance on the V&V Podcast here.
Master Hunter Graduate
Back Country Horseman Member
Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation Packer