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Bethia Brehmer
    Bethia Brehmer is a prolific artist, and a Google search for her name turns up numerous matches. She works in the medium of etching and teaches the subject in various venues. She lives in Wellfleet, MA.

From the Sheboygan Press, Saturday, Sept. 16, 1967:
Sheboyganite to Play Recital on UW Carillon
    Miss Bethia Brehmer, graduate student at the University of Wisconsin, will play the 5 p.m. recital Sunday on the University Memorial Carillon.
    Her half-hour program will be her third Sunday recital and will include “University Hymn;” “Aria,” de Paep; “Preludio IX” van den Gehn; “If Thou Be Near,” J.S. Bach and “Dona Nobis Pacem.”
    An arts major, Miss Brehmer has been studying for a year with Prof. John Harvey, university carillonneur. Her parents are Dr. and Mrs. Cartlon F. Brehmer, 1024 N. 7th St.

From the Sheboygan Press, Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1974:
    Former Sheboygan resident, Miss Bethia Brehmer of Amherst, Mass., is being featured in a one-woman show of etchings at L’Atelier Gallery, 2010 N. Farwell Ave., Milwaukee.
    The exhibit opened this month and will continue through Saturday, Feb. 9.
    An exhibit of glass by Robert Barber of Akron, Ohio, is being featured to complement Miss Brehmer’s work.
    Next showing of Miss Brehmer’s works will take place during the month of Febuary at the Jones Library in Amherst, Mass. She recently had a one-woman show at the Madison Art Center, prior to the Milwaukee exhibit.
    Dr. and Mrs. Carlton F. Brehmer of Cleveland are parents of the artist. She has a degree from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and a master’s degree in etching from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Also, she has the equivalent of a doctor’s degree in fine arts from the UW.
The public is invited to attend the Milwaukee showing.

From the Sheboygan Press, Tuesday, June 17, 1975:
    The etchings of Miss Bethia Brehmer, formerly of Sheboygan and now of Orange, Mass., are on exhibit for a month at the Fanny Garber Gallery in Madison, scene of an opening tea Sunday.
    Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Carlton F. Brehmer of Orchard House in Cleveland, Miss Brehmer is a career artist, lecturer, tutor
and printmaker in Massachusetts.
    Miss Brehmer holds the bachelor of science degree with a major in painting from University of Michigan and both the master of arts and master of fine arts degrees in printmaking from University of Wisconsin. She has studied with two internationally known printmakers, Profs. W. Colescott and D. Meeker.
    The artist has been a prizewinner in local art competitions and in art shows around the state. Her work has been in national competitions from California to New York and she has bad 25 one-woman shows.
    In addition, her work has been purchased for both numerous public and private collections.
    She has appeared frequently as a guest artist in and instructs private etching classes at Amherst, Mass.