Beth Kerschen has committed her life to capturing vast urban landscapes into one tangible image. She uses photography, design, and illustration skills to turn urban landscapes into fantastical images filled with meaning, nostalgia, and community. Her art celebrates the unifying connections held by the landmarks, buildings, and vistas of our cities that unify us.
Beth has a Bachelors of Fine Arts from Colorado College and lived in Boston, MA working for Polaroid and other creative firms, before eventually moving to Portland, Oregon in 2008. She was awarded a Professional Development Grant from RACC in 2015 and a public art installation commission at the Portland International Airport in 2016. Her work has been held in a number of corporate and city collections, including two terms in the Mayor’s office.