Graduate of both the Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland and the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow, Poland under the supervision of Prof. Jerzy Nowosielski and the Graphic Arts Faculty in the Cooper-plate Atelier under the supervision of Prof. Stanislaw Wejman in 1995. In 1993 she acted as representative of the students of the Academy of Fine Arts the the 4th Biennial European Academies of Visual Arts in Maastricht (Holland). In 1992 she received the Gold Award in the competition Primus inter Pares from the Foundation for theRemarkably Gifted Youth and Their Teachers. In 1992/93 Beata Futro was sponsored by the Ministry of Culture and Art. From 1997 to 1998 she held a scholarship from the Indian Government in Dharamsala, India, for the Library of Tietan Works & Archives where she studied traditional Tibetan art- thangka painting - under the supervision one of the finest thangka masters Ven. Sangye Yeshe.
Beata Futro is involved in painting, drawing, workshop graphics and design graphics. Her works are part of collections in Germany, Switzerland, Holland, France, England, Japan and USA.

Individual exhibitions:
1992      World's Oldest Theatre - a series of 24 drawings, Academy of Fine Arts, Cracow, Poland;
1993      Exiled from Eden - paintings, Hadar Gallery, Cracow, Poland;
1994      Exhibition of paintings, pastels, graphics, Hilton Hotel Gallery, Dresden, Germany;
1999      Diamond Circle - pastels, drawings, water colours, photographs, Galeria Centrum, Cracow,Poland;
2000      Vajrayogini - pastels, watercolors, drawing, Pro Arte Gallery, Oswiecim, Poland;
2000      Exhibition of pastels and watercolors in connection with India Meetings, eterprise under the
            honourable auspices of the Embassy of the Repbulic of India in Warsaw, Galeria Centrum, Cracow;
2001      Corrida II, exhibition a series of 26 pastels, 1112 Gallery/The Society for Arts, Chicago, USA.


Corida I/3,
pastel, 70 x 100 cm, 1994

Corida I/6,
pastel, 70 x 100 cm, 199


Corida II/4,
pastel, 70 x 100 cm, 2000