Born in Princeton, NJ in 1975 to a Peruvian mother and a New York architect father, Beth Davila Waldman quickly learned to define site as home as she moved from Princeton to Cincinnati to Houston to Florence and back to Houston again before studying at Wellesley College in 1993. In 1997, she made her home of now 20 years in San Francisco. There, Waldman continued her arts education in sculpture at the San Francisco Art Institute in 2003.
Waldman has exhibited throughout the SF Bay Area and nationally including at the Jonathan Ferrara Gallery and Galerie Protege in New York. She has been the recipient of the Harold E. Weiner Memorial Sculpture Award in 2004 by the SFAI, the Sonoma Community Center Temporary Public Art Award in 2007 and the Kala Institute Parent Artist Residency Award for 2017. Waldman’s current home and studio are based in Mill Valley, CA.