Artist Beki Killorin received most of her training in art in her home state of Oklahoma. Twenty-five years of artistic growth through the mediums of oil, ink, acrylics, collage and watercolor led her to take a major step into printmaking in 1983. The technical challenge of this medium, combined with her already well-defined skill as a professional artist, provided a positive avenue for printmaking as a full time career.
In 1987, Killorin and her husband relocated to the Pacific Northwest. From her studio in Washington's Northern Puget Sound, she has been able to devote full time to the developments of her prints and further refine her skills in her beloved medium, watercolor.
Killorin’s style provides a contemporary look to familiar subjects that bring a unique life and spirit to each piece she produces. Every work of art or print receives her special imprint: a small red dot that precedes her signature.
Today Killorin’s original watercolors, giclees and intaglio prints are represented by galleries both nationally and abroad, including Boulevard Fine Art.