Beau Wild

A native Floridian, Beau Wild was educated in occupational therapy at Tufts University and in painting at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, both in Boston. Dual roles as therapist and painter spanned decades and each enhanced the success of the other. She returned to her childhood hometown of Daytona Beach in 1983 after 22 years in New England. Since then, Wild has shown her work in nationwide art festivals, competitions and museums including the Museum of Art, Deland, Florida Museum for Women Artists, Melbourne's Foosaner Art Museum, Ormond Memorial Art Museum, Tampa's Museum of Science and Industry, Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art, St. Petersbury College and in an international exhibition in Barry, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales UK.
Wild has won a variety of awards including "Best In Show" in competitive exhibits and has participated in both solo and group exhibitions regionally and nationally. Twice accepted into the Witness to Creativity installation exhibits sponsored by the Florida Museum for Women Artists, Wild's 2010 piece titled "Friends" dealt with the changing nature of friendships over time and her 2012 piece "Temporal Passages" revealed her painting process through time lapse photography.
Recently Wild received the Lifetime Achievement Award for Woman Artist in 2015 in a national competition.


Beau Wild Art

Abstract figurative paintings

Sally Forth “Sally Forth”

this abstract figurative painting is 60" x 45" acrylic on gallery wrap canvas 2015

Joyful “Joyful”

this 64' x 45" non objective abstract painting is on gallery wrapped canvas