Artist Statement

My goal as an artist is to celebrate how our differences make our life richer, and to acknowledge — and celebrate — how in these differences we are so alike.

Through my Art I narrate, with brush strokes in people’s faces, each person’s individuality, avoiding the boundaries created by skin color and ethnicity. This is why all my characters are expressed in various shades of gray. By emphasizing the gestures of the subject surrounded by vibrant colors, I invite the viewer to start a conversation and connect with something deeper to discover the humanity we all share and to feel the raw emotions such as innocence, hopelessness, loneliness, resilience, happiness, determination and more that I portrayed in each canvas.

Catalina Gomez-Beuth

You can pierce through the soul of global humanity, childhood, feminine empowerment and taste the richness of different cultures when you experience the art of Catalina Gomez-Beuth.

Catalina was born in Medellin, Colombia, where she studied fashion design at the “Escuela De Diseño Proyectual”. Her love for art was deepened during her stay in Florence, Italy, where she pursued studies in design. However, her true passion has always been painting, vocation she showed since she was a child.

Her culture, life experiences and concerns as a person, as a mother and as a woman serve as inspiration for her pictorial works. Currently she is working simultaneously in several art series.

Diversity and multiculturalism deeply touch her artistic sensitivity becoming the inspiration for her series titled “ROOTS”. Her children and her role as a mother are the foundation for the development of her series” DREAMERS,” and women’s essence have inspired the series “MUSAS.”

Catalina has lived in the United States since 2000; she currently resides in Atlanta, GA with her husband and her two children who have been her permanent source of inspiration.

She has collaborated with her work to some non-profit organizations such as: “Caminar Latino”, “Pianos For Peace”, “JDRF Georgia Chapter”, “Wheels Of Happiness” and “Feel Beautiful Today”. She has also collaborated with the “Latin American Association” as a juror for their annual youth Art Contest 2020.

From 2016 to 2020 she was a member and volunteer of the Art Committee at the Colombian Consulate in Atlanta and currently she volunteer for VporColombia’s Art Committee in Atlanta that aims to spreading and exalting Colombian culture in the State of Georgia, US.

Catalina was recognized by the Colombian Foreign Ministry among the 100 Outstanding Colombian #migrants of 2020.

“I really believe in the importance that Art has to create bridges of communication and inspiration to build and improve communities.”



“APERO” April 2021 Catalogue, Online Art Competition.
Third place

“Wesleyan Artist Market”, virtual exhibition, Wesleyan School,
Norcross, GA, USA

“Arte Latino Now 2021”, virtual exhibition, Queens University, Charlotte,


Celebrating Georgia Artists Of Hispanic/Latinx Origin, Museum Of
Contemporary Art MOCA GA, Georgia, USA

“APERO” November 2020 Catalogue, Online Art Competition.

“Mujeres Ilustran Ilustres Mujeres” Mexican Consulate in Atlanta – GA
March 5 to June 7

“Contrapunto” RobertKent Gallery – GA
March 6 to April 2

“Spotlight on Art” Trinity School – GA
January 27 to February 1


“Contrapunto” Gallery 72 – GA
November 1 to February2

“Hispanic Heritage Month” Georgia Aquarium – GA
September 21

“Hispanic Heritage Month” UPS HQ – GA
September 3 to 29

“Pianos For Peace” Tower Place 100-GA
September 1 to 8

“Contrapunto” Marietta Cobb Museum Of Art – GA
April 6

“Contrapunto” The O Gallery, Georgia, USA
November 2 to December 5

“Spotlight on Art” Trinity School – GA
January 28 to February 2

2018 -2019

“Traveling Exhibition Of Latin American Painting”, consulates of: Peru, Mexico, Argentina, Ecuador and Colombia -GA


The O Gallery – GA
November 3 to 30

“Hispanic Heritage Month” UPS HQ – GA
September 8 to October 8

“Pianos For Peace” Gran Gallery One Atlantic Center – GA
September 1 to 8

“The Colorful Journey of Emotions” Cherokee Arts Center – GA
May 11 to June15

“Spotlight on Art” Trinity School
January 29 to February 3


Hispanic Heritage Month Coca-Cola HQ – GA
September 21 to October 20

” Metro Montage XVI I” Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art – GA
July 8 to September 10


“Solo Art Exhibition” 2 Smith Gallery, Duluth – GA
October 22 to October 29

“Pianos for Peace” Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport – GA
September 3 to September 18

“Colombia Diversa” Colombian Consulate, Atlanta- GA
July 20 to August 20

“Portrait and Self Portrait” Latino Art Museum, Pomona – CA
June 4 to June 25

“Art from Here to There” Buckhead Library, Bucked – GA
July 19 to August 22

“Celebrate 5 de Mayo” Latino Art Museum, Pomona – CA
May 5 to 28

Roswell Fine Arts Alliance, Roswell – GA
March17 to April22

Celebrate the Old, Bring on the New” Avalon, Alpharetta – GA
February, 10 to March 30


“Summer Serendipity” – Johns Creek Art Center, Johns Creek –GA
August 22 to September 28
“Little Mother” – Mayor’s Award
“Flutist” – Honorable Mention

“Andina Night” Casa Azul, Greensboro – NC
April 25

Johns Creek Art Center, Johns Creek – GA
June 2 to August 11.
“Reflections” – Third Place

Johns Creek Art Center, Johns Creek – GA
November 08 to December 6
“Little Mother” – First Place