Betsy Mott

MisCon 30 Attending Professional

<p>After nine years of college and two Master's degrees (English Literature and Theatre) Betsy Mott decided she wanted to be a professional artist. For over 30 years her media portrait, techno drawings and fantasy paintings have been seen in science fiction art shows all over the country. Her work can be seen on the Landmark, Great Warrior,and Great Space Ships series of published note cards, on CDs, Web books, and on websites, fanzines and collections around the world. She has been featured in a PBS Northwest Profiles segment. She is a fourth generation native of Spokane, a Mensan, and a lifetime member of the Mayflower Society.</p>

After nine years of college and two Master's degrees (English Literature and Theatre) Betsy Mott decided she wanted to be a professional artist. For over 30 years her media portrait, techno drawings and fantasy paintings have been seen in science fiction art shows all over the country. Her work can be seen on the Landmark, Great Warrior,and Great Space Ships series of published note cards, on CDs, Web books, and on websites, fanzines and collections around the world. She has been featured in a PBS Northwest Profiles segment. She is a fourth generation native of Spokane, a Mensan, and a lifetime member of the Mayflower Society.

As part owner she helps her brother and sister run The Corner Door Fountain and Books in Historic downtown Millwood, WA, where, her fully furnished, if somewhat cluttered, art studio is located. Her hobbies include Role Playing Games, kayaking, researching obscure subjects, and playing trumpet in local pit orchestras and wind ensembles.

Scheduled Panels and Presentations:

Key: panel=On a Panel moderator=Moderating game=GMing

(Tentative)


Note: Guest and pro biographical information may have been updated since MisCon 30.


MisCon Logo MisCon Logo
You are viewing part of the MisCon archives. Information here may be outdated.
For current information visit www.miscon.org.