I love to celebrate through art because it encourages and uplifts.

Emphasising love, goodness and beauty is my creative response to life.

I create celebratory paintings, mixed media pieces and drawings focusing largely on the human form. Common themes in my art are strength, love, heritage and identity with exploration of spiritual, mental, emotional and social factors. Bold colours, vibrant patterns, symbolism and storytelling are key features of my work. There are often strong Celtic, Native American and African influences in my art reflecting my mixed heritage.

I have been a prolific creator all my life and have studied art to postgraduate level in the United Kingdom. I studied at University of the Arts London (Berkshire School of Art & Design) 1999 to 2000, Birmingham City University (U.C.E.) 2000 to 2003 and Reading University 2005 to 2006.

I have worked as an artist / illustrator for many years and over that time I have created lots of pieces of interesting and vibrant artwork for a variety of clients: from global publishing houses to individuals on independent commissions. 

I have a reputation for consistently creating high quality artwork, maintaining positive working relationships, being approachable and very professional. I have a lot of experience working on commissions and I am happy working with a range of subject matter.

I am over the moon! I feel inspired when I look at your art to try and be more positive.

Beth was approached for a sensitive and specific mural, she was chosen due to her empathetic approach and her art’s ability to speak volumes whilst being gentle and subtle. It has been amazing to see this artwork flourish from a few verbal ideas, to a digital design to a painted mural which is admired by everyone who sees it. This mural offers comfort, is gently thought provoking and mirrors the use and sanctity of the suite perfectly.

Our commissioned artwork was interpreted brilliantly reflecting Beth’s creativity and flare. Beth is professional, efficient and approachable. She made some suggestions to the original scope that we had not considered which made the end result stunning! 

The painting is truly amazing, I can’t thank you enough.

I absolutely LOVE my painting, literally crying with how much I love it!

Beth’s creative interpretation of all our ideas was amazing and she has captured our likenesses perfectly. The choice of the painting being on stretched canvas was ideal.

On seeing the completed painting for the first time online was an incredibly emotional moment and I cried tears of happiness. We had two additional copies on stretched canvas made so that each family home has a copy too.

It is a very special and unique family portrait and memories of lockdown and how precious our family are to us is embedded in this picture.

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Digital Exhibitions: multiple exhibitions on various websites with different organisations – 2003 – current

Euro Celtic Art, Hôtel Gabriel, Lorient, France – August 2022

Boundaries, House of Manannan, Peel, Isle of Man – May to October 2021 

She Is Rising, Carriage Barn Arts Center, New Canaan, Connecticut, USA – May to June 2020

CARISCC, multiple locations throughout the UK (London 1, Glasgow, London 2, Leeds and Birmingham) – June 2017 to June 2018

The Art of Caring (part 2), Conference Centre Gallery, St Pancras, London – July to October 2017

The Art of Caring (part 1), St George’s, London – May 2017

Women In History, SCL, Swindon – April 2017

Small Faces, Solent Showcase Gallery, Southampton – March to April 2017

WhatIsItToBeHuman, multiple locations throughout England (Birmingham, Coventry, Milton Keynes and Newcastle) – May 2015 to May 2016

Solo Exhibition, The Drawing Room Art Gallery, Jabberwocky, Isle of Man – July 2014

Thames Path Artists, Christchurch Centre, Henley – May 2014

D&R, Arch Gallery, London – June 2013

Shoreditch Launch, Spitz, London – July 2007

Reading University Exhibition, Reading – October 2005

Birmingham Institute of Art and Design Exhibition, Birmingham – June 2003

Collaboration, The Space, Birmingham – March 2002


Buying / commissioning artwork:

A number of my original art pieces are available to buy directly, these can be viewed in my Art Gallery.

I have a lot of experience working on art commissions for a range of clients. There are a range of options available for commissioned artwork, please get in contact to discuss your requirements further and/or for information on pricing and my waiting list.

Fine art giclée prints of my pieces are available in a range of formats and sizes, please get in contact for more information.

Please visit BUY/COMMISSION on my website for more information.