Artists Beth Cullen-Kerridge

I am a British sculptor. I trained in Fine Art at Liverpool John Moore’s Art College before studying bronze at the Royal College of Art.
I honed my craft working with esteemed sculptors including Edwardo Paolozzi, and on sculptures from Elisabeth Frink, to Alberto Giacometti, before going on to work for and be mentored by the great modernist sculptor Sir Anthony Caro. With Caro, I worked on large-scale projects, working with Sir Norman Foster on the Millennium Bridge, Richard Rodgers, The Tate Gallery, and working on shows at the Venice Biennale and Marlborough Gallery New York, and the Baptistery Chapel of Light Bourborg France.

In 1994, I became the first artist to be presented with a commission for the Napoleon Garden Sculpture exhibition in Holland Park. My work was subsequently shown in two of the further London parks.

In 2010, I travelled to Carrara to study marble carving with local artisans. 

In 2017, I received the Global Art Award for Sculpture for my Dhow Sail commission for the Dubai Opera House.



Stoke – Staffordshire, 1999
Plumb Force – Holland Park, London, 1996
Boardroom Sacrifice – Grosvenor Gardens, London, 2015
Boardroom Sacrifice – Cross Rail Gardens, Canary Wharf, London, 2016
Dhow Sail, Dubai Opera House, UAE, 2016



Fresh Art, 1994 – Business Design Centre, London
Northern Artists, 1994 – Henry Moore Gallery, London
Newton meets Foucault, 2002 - Goodwood Sculpture Park,
Suits, September 2015 – Hoxton Arches, London
Supersuits, October 2015 – Gallery Different, London
Femella, October 2023 – Saatchi Gallery, London
Femella, November 2023 - Gallery 8, London