Bea Roberts

Bea Roberts

Nottingham, United Kingdom

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I am a professional artist, working in mixed media, creating contemporary artwork which has a rough, primitive, naivety. Working intuitively and spontaneously I use collagraph printing techniques, brushes and sticks, as well as collage to create my whimsical paintings and drawings which are full of colour and humour.

I have participated in group shows, solo shows and juried exhibitions, and my work hangs in private collections all over the world, and has been used in several TV and film productions, including Channel 4’s Cucumber, the new feature film ‘The Ninth Life Of Louis Drax’, starring Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul, and Fifty Shades of Grey’s Jamie Dornan. Also, a new German TV drama, The Watcher, which is being filmed in Manchester.

My work is predominantly figurative. I am infinitely fascinated by faces, bodies, people. Sometimes these people are surreal or they turn into weird monsters or animals.

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  • Joined: September 2013


Hello 2015

Well, another year starts and I’m still here painting and drawing. I have been venturing into other products such as pendants, trinket boxes, painted 3d hearts etc all of which you can find in my Etsy shop, ArtBeatriceM; / I also recently became a blogger for Creative Nottingham a site, which looks at everything and anything crea…
Posted 8 months – Leave a comment

My Artwork In Film!

Nine of my images have been aquired by a Canadian production company for a new film The Ninth Life Of Louis Drax. If that isn’t good enough, I have just found out that starring in it will be Aaron Paul who played Jesse Pinkman in Breaking Bad. My partner had to prise me off the ceiling when I got the news!
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The Eighties

Today I am having an Eighties day …. I was 20 in 1980 so all the music I play will be from around this date, give or take a year! Looking forward to loads of great hits and plenty of illustration today.
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Contemporary Folk Art

After my little foray into abstracts this last few weeks, I am back on to my creepy grotesque cute ugly, folk art again. I love painting these, because I can really go as wild and outrageous as I like. The weirder the better really! / Sometimes, I suppose, people just ’don’t get’ my art. That’s OK though, my contemporary folk style work is very quirky and somewhat like Mar…
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