Photo credit: Emma Freeman

Photo credit: Emma Freeman

Beatrice Hasell-McCosh work is based on memory and closely observed figurative studies drawn from life. Having grown up in the Lake District she is naturally attracted to muted and tonal colours and her influences span from The Boyle Family and Ugo Rodinone to Sean Scully, Tracy Emin and Martin Yeoman.

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2010/13 Leeds University, Classics and English Literature, BA 2.i Hons

2014/15 Leith School of Art, Edinburgh

2015/16   The Royal Drawing School (formerly the Princes Drawing School), Shoreditch


2018 Flying Colours Gallery, Burnsall St, London

Chelsea Art Society, Chelsea, London

Recent Work, Collingham Gardens, London

Millenial Exhibition Fine Art Commissions, St James, London

Salon 63,  Along the no. 63 bus route,, London

  Painting A Better Picture 340 Kings Road, London

2017   Hair Chelsea, London

Solo show Fabric of Vision at Dalemain, Cumbria

Fresh Paint Prize Winners at Fine Art Commissions, St James, London

Fresh Paint, Rossetti Studios, London curated by Fine Art Commissions

Solo show Fabric of Vision The Coningsby Gallery, Fitzrovia, London

2016 On Paper, Mercer Chance Gallery, Shoreditch

2015 C-Art, Cumbria

Faces of Ullswater, Dalemain, Cumbria

Cumbrian Artist of The Year, Reghed, Cumbria

2014 C-Art, Cumbria

Leith School of Art Summer Exhibition, Edinburgh 


2017 Artist Residency for the Royal Caledonian Ball

2016   Art Reach India, Delhi

2015 Hijacked Festival 2015, Powderham Castle, Exeter