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Welcome to the website for Beth Barnett, Artist, illustrator, writer, and craftsperson. Beth is the creative individual behind the handmade books micropress Beth Bee Books.
From bethbee.com, link to examples of Beth's oil paintings, pen and ink illustrations, published writing, onlie shop, and various web locations. Beth can be found in
Corvallis, Oregon, USA, a small city in the Willamette Valley, to the south of Portland, Oregon. The cat featured is Peter, who lives with Beth's sister.