Loretta Bebeau uses traditional art mediums on non-traditional surfaces like sheetrock, or cereal boxes. Her work synthesizes formal elements with social concerns.
Loretta Bebeau studied with noteworthy fiber artist Lenore Tawney, painters Alice Neel, and Janet Fish. Her research-oriented process evolved over 30 years of art practice.
Bebeau teaches traditional drawing and watercolor painting, but emphasizes the creative process. Her paperworks have been exhibited in regional and national juried shows, as well as educational institutions. Originally from North Dakota, she has made the Twin Cities home since the early 1970s.