Beau Carey (born 1981) is an American painter and educator based in Albuquerque, NM. He embeds himself in inspiring environments to experience and compilation a wisdom of place. Carey has traveled extensively to detached places to paint. He has worked en plein ventilate in superior areas of New Mexico, the Arctic Circle in Norway, was the first wintertime artist resident in Denali National Park, and recently spent three weeks on Rabbit Island in Lake Superior, where he was awarded one of four funded residencies. Many of his landscape paintings investigate contemporary themes of globalization and environmental concerns.
Born in Albuquerque, he usual his BFA and MFA from the University of New Mexico. He has instructed classes upon Nature and Technology, Phenomena of Color, Outdoor Studio and Drawing and Painting at the University of New Mexico as well. He has made diverse bodies of accomplishment at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge and at Victor Cripple Creek Open pit gold mine. His statute has been exhibited throughout the country and he is represented by Richard Levy Gallery in Albuquerque, NM and Visions West Contemporary in Denver, CO.