Socially Engaged Artist Serving Planet And People

Learn about our projects. Find out how you can get involved. Buy our legacy products.

Current Projects

Find out about a selection of projects in progress or planning. Find out how you can get involved or support.

Past Projects

Get inspiration from past projects and find out how projects can be reinvented for your people or place.

Legacy Shop

Some of our projects develop lovely things which we sell to help fund current or future projects. You can view all our project legacy products in one handy shop.

Featured Legacy Products

Some of our projects produce lovely things which are available to purchase. Our legacy products help support future and ongoing projects. We are a few here and you can see the full range when you visit our shop.

Need help in choosing the right project for your group?

Beth works with groups or individuals local to Tattenhall in Cheshire so get in touch if you have a group or idea you would like to discuss.

Beth works online where she can offer idea generating sessions, toolkit development and online sessions. 

Beth offers help with project development including help with applying for funds.

The ideas on this site are open to anybody to use as inspiration so please let us know how your project develops.

Beth offers talks on any of the projects featured. 


Find out what others think of working with Beth.

Guilden Sutton Community Association commissioned Beth to run a creative community workshop at a village event in March 2024. We weren’t sure exactly what type of activity this would be but, following an initial meeting to explore possible ideas, Beth came to the event and ran a wonderful textile craft workshop. We were really excited by Beth’s ideas; of upcycling locally sourced textiles, and of getting us going on a couple of shared pieces that could be worked on by more than one person at a time with the intention that these would then remain at our village hall to be worked on at future meetings and events, and then eventually be displayed there. On the day we really appreciated Beth’s attention to details such as setting the room up in a way that was both practical and attractive, and offering a simple take-home activity that proved particularly popular with the younger ones. We have been absolutely delighted with the outcomes, and would definitely invite Beth to work with us again!

Sarah Jessop

Commmunity Centre Trustee

“Beth worked with us over several years helping us develop socially engaged art projects which were born for the unique needs and skills of our Salford community. One of our biggest projects was “Project Shed” supported by Arts Council England. During Beth’s residency in our allotment shed  we discussed giving and reciprocation, developed art and created an exhibition. Beth works hard to understand how each person involved can contribute and add to the richness of each project”

Thomas Lever MBE

Partner Group Leader 

“I did Arts Award with Beth. We did it online with  few meet ups. This suited me as I felt comfortable working from home.  I started the award mainly using pen in colouring books. By the end of the course I had developed my own card range which I sold to raise money and I also led an art workshop with a local artist and camp site (the photo shows me considering the best place to paint from at the workshop).  Beth really understood what I needed and encouraged me to try lots of different art. She has many skills and is happy to pass them on. My Mum also did adult classes with her and found these really relaxing and inspiring. “

Gemma (13)

“I collect lots of art and interesting objects. Over the years I’ve purchased a few of Beth’s legacy products. We love the oil panting of our wooden cabinet which Beth created whilst painting the first three things she saw on facebook each day. The rules Beth puts in place mean that she creates things which would otherwise  be throw away images, making unusual works which capture a moment in time. I was also pleased to work with Beth during my time as a university lecturer. Here Beth presented one of her “Beautiful Things” boxes for the students to re-invent and also gave a lecture.” 

Hazel Jones

Legacy Product Collector

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