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Beth Horner (b. 1995, Hertfordshire) recently graduated from the Royal College of Art with an MA in Painting in 2020, having received a BA in Painting from Wimbledon College of Art in 2017. She currently works from her home studio in Bedfordshire. 

In her small-scale paintings, familiar suburban settings are transformed into sinister, uncanny dwellings blanketed in mystery and quiet possibility. Personal and found imagery is compiled, disassembled, and pieced back together in claustrophobic, eerie documentations of domestic life. Intricately rendered fragments lead into areas suggestive of decay. Plaster strips resemble scabs on the painting’s surface as if a result of intense scrutiny, warping and abstracting the spaces. The work often lingers in thresholds between day and night, inside and outside, safety and fear and the physical and the virtual.

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2018 - 2020 Royal College of Art, MA Painting
2014 - 2017 Wimbledon College of Art, BA (First Class Honours) Fine Art: Painting

2013 - 2014 Camberwell College of Art, Foundation Diploma in Art & Design



Affordable Art Fair London, Fan Lee Gallery, Evolution London, Battersea Park, 18th October - 22nd October
The Letchworth Open 2022 (Group Show), Broadway Gallery, Letchworth Garden City, 16th August - 7th October


RCA2020 (Group Show), Bargehouse, OXO Tower, London, 3rd June - 12th June
The Letchworth Open 2022 (Group Show), Broadway Gallery, Letchworth Garden City, 10th September - 30th October
Windsor Art Fair, Royal Windsor Racecourse, 25th - 27th November


Neighbourhood Watch (Solo Show), Broadway Gallery, Letchworth Garden City, 15th July - 8th August
The Letchworth Open 2021, Broadway Gallery, Letchworth Garden City, 9th January - March


​50/50 (Group Show), Fold Gallery, London, 3rd - 13th September
RCA2020 (MA Degree Show), 16th - 31st July,

Snapshot (Group Show), Hockney Gallery RCA, London, 10th - 14th September


Brave New World (Group Show), Justin Cook Art, London, 16th - 31st May
Thresholds (Solo Show), the Old Diorama Arts Centre, London, 12th - 19th September


FBA Futures (Group Show), Mall Galleries, London, 9th - 20th January
Art Rooms Fair, Meliá White House, London, 20th - 22nd January
Forty by Forty (Group Show), Art East Gallery (formerly GX Gallery), London, 9th April - 4th May

The Big Little Social (Group Show), Ole & Steen Kensington, London, 22nd October


109 Nails (Group Show), Copeland Gallery, Peckham, London, 9th - 12th March

The Currents of Identity (Group Show), Crypt Gallery, London, 18th - 23rd April
Wimbledon College of Arts Undergraduate Degree Show, London, 15th - 24th June Affordable Art Fair Stockholm, Will’s Art Warehouse, Stockholm, 12th - 15th October FLOCK 2017 (Group Show), Art East Gallery (formerly GX Gallery), London, 25th July - 25th August

There’s No Place Like Home (Group Show), Will’s Art Warehouse, London, 29th July - 18th September
Capsticks Exhibition 2017 (Group Show) - Capsticks Law Firm, London


Mind Map (3 Person Show), The Gallery on the Corner, London, 3rd - 6th May

ndigo Planning Offices, Wimbledon, London, May 2016 - May 2017

Capsticks Exhibition 2016 (Group Show) - Capsticks Law Firm, London



Foundation Diploma Show, Camberwell College of Art, London, 12th - 17th May



2021 Broadway Gallery Letchworth Open Curators Choice Award

2017 Landmark Award (1st Place)

2017 Wimbledon Arts Society Award (1st Place)
2016 Indigo Planning Prize for Painting (2nd Place)

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