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The works of Beatrice Findlay have been exhibited and purchased from Eastern Europe to Eastern Asia. Her unique figurative and landscape paintings and works on paper have appeared in numerous exhibitions and may be found in over 100 public and private collections. Her art has been commissioned or purchased for the headquarters of such diverse entities as Bell Labs, UPS, Northern Trust Bank, USAA and the Boston Stock Exchange. Nine of her works appear in the Aeroplaza at the international airport in Osaka, Japan. Some of her large scale commissions are installed in the lobby of the XL Corporation headquarters in Bermuda, the concierge area of the Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas, the Shanghai International Convention Center and the Macau Mega Galaxy VIP Suites Lobby, Macau, China. Her works appear in museum collections such as the Everson Museum, Rutgers University Stedman Art Gallery, Oklahoma Art Center, Palm Springs Desert Museum, the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar, and the National Museum of Art, Warsaw.

Solo exhibitions include a traveling show in four major museums in Poland in 1990-91. She has also shown at the Everson Museum, Syracuse, New York; Galleri Atrium, Stockholm; Fordham University at Lincoln Center, New York; The Kling Gallery in Philadelphia; The Allrich Gallery in San Francisco; Boritzer Gray Hamano in Los Angeles and the New England Center for Contemporary Art.


Beatrice Findlay has maintained studios in Los Angeles and New York. A native of Winnipeg, Canada, she obtained a BFA from the University of Manitoba and then pursued independent studies at the Artists’ Workshop in Toronto, The Montreal Museum School of Fine Arts and Otis-Parsons in Los Angeles. After moving to the United States in 1976 she obtained dual citizenship.

Her work is inspired by cities, wilderness, and the motion and emotion of human life.