Recognized for his use of thick textures and multiple layers, Jeff Beier approaches varying subjects for his work. Jeff’s defining style begins with sculpture in acrylic paint upon the canvas. Paintings are completed with upwards of 70-100 layers of oil glazes and detail work on each piece.
Jeff’s paintings can be found in galleries, restaurants, wineries, as well as corporate and private collections around the world. He has exhibited in galleries from Australia to Europe to The Arctic.
Jeff’s work has been featured in a variety of magazines including FFWD, Avenue Magazine, Swerve, Galleries West, Contemporist and Okanagan Artworks. It has been featured on Breakfast Television in both Calgary and Toronto.
Corporate collections and Commissions include Tinhorn Creek Winery, BMO/Nesbitt Burns, Imperial Oil, Shaw cable, Experiential Events, Dinapoli Accounting, TD Canada Trust and Remax Canada among others.

In 2006, Jeff's painting "Ivy Gave Me Wings' was presented to Governor General Michaelle Jean at Birchwood Gallery in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.
In 2007, Jeff was a Canadian representative at the 2007 Biennale in Florence, Italy.
In 2008, Jeff's work was featured in Shaw Cable's TV commercials.
In 2009, Jeff relocated to the beautiful Okanagan Valley in British Columbia where he continues painting his newest works inspired by local wineries and flora.
In 2010, Jeff's work was featured in the print edition of Okanagan Artists winter edition and at Beaumont Family Estate Winery in West Kelowna, BC. for the 2010 wine season.
In 2011, Jeff was commissioned to create works for the administration offices of Tinhorn Creek Vineyards in Oliver, BC
In 2012 Jeff 's paintings were showcased at Bonita’s Winery Bistro, 8th Generation Winery in Summerland, BC. Cabana Bar and Grille, The Streaming Cafe, Lake Country Artwalk and more.
2013-2015: The series "Harbingers" is released and developed
2017: sees the first releases of "The Simulation Hypothesis"

Artist's Statement:

"All art begins for me with music. In song, as in life, there are infinite possibilities and I try to paint with that simple mantra. A moment on the canvas where the conscious and ethereal meet. Colour exists in a continuing myriad, beyond the parameters of our expectations. Texture has freedom to drip beyond borders. Light can bend of its own volition. All these things are possible if we decide they are. It is my hope that these paintings resonate with levity and joy in the reality you choose to create for yourself. "