The tension of mark making in Beatrice's painting is found in the sharp lines of an architectural structure or the stutter of clouds. Her work is naturally expressive, fluid and full of vitality. It is controlled and concerned with figurative likeness, managing not to be saccharine through a strong understanding of tone and colour. She almost always paints from life. All the work is oil on board  and she uses sketches and videos as a form of reference if painting directly from life isn't possible.


Leeds University, Classics and English Literature, BA 2.i hons

Leith School of Art, Edinburgh, one year painting course

The Royal Drawing School (formerly the Princes Drawing School), Shoreditch, one year postgraduate programme


Collectors Include

Mrs Mary Miller

Dame Clara Furse

John Swannell Esq

Lady Emma Tennant

Caroline, Countess of Lonsdale

Iain Milligan QC