Beth Hodges’ work seeks to celebrate the colour, texture and rhythms of the landscape. Mainly a painter of oils, Beth has recently been employing a variety of media with which to express the energy of landscape including charcoal, ink and linoprint. Beth begins her work outside where the raw subject and light are key and then develops the painting in her studio in Worcestershire.
Beth gained a B Ed at Cambridge, specialising in art under the direction of Philip Rundall. For many years she was a student under Cecily Sash, the renowned South African artist, based in the Welsh Borders.
As a teacher of primary aged children, she is enthusiastically committed to the importance of art in the curriculum now more than ever, that it must be diverse in range, inclusive and fun.
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