is an American illustrator. Her current work is meant to allow the viewer to escape through an intimate, yet psychological, abstracted reality through which realism is juxtaposed with abstraction. Through her work she is exploring means of sexualization as well as materialization, eroticism, fragility, and enticement. Branching further away from realism, she strives to allow a connection between objectivity and beauty. Her inspiration derives from erotic personifications, as well as, mineral imagery and formation. She’s currently based out of Brooklyn and is pursuing a B.F.A. degree in Illustration from Parsons The New School for Design.
More about Beth Zimmermann and her illustrations here.