Beth Rodway is a London based Artist exploring drawing through the medium of Indian ink.
Her work is heavily influenced by her background in Architecture and she documents both the existing and her own designs, working from a combination of memory, photographs, books and imagination. 

She is currently exploring designs of mid-century modernism interiors inhabited with female nudes who dominate each space with confidence and charm. 

 

Upcoming Exhibitions

Soho Works / Soho House

Brick Lane Gallery / London 

Daniel Raphael / London / May 2021

ESMoA Residency / LA / July - October 2021

Past Exhibitions

Royal Drawing School Summer Exhibition / June 2020 

Curated for Covid Online Charity Exhibition / May 2020 / Curator 

Works on Paper / The Frestonian Gallery / 24 February 2020

Talented Art Fair / 6 March 2020

Solo Show Artisan Space / 13 December 2019 

The Christmas Show / Clapham / 5 December 2019

Saturnalia /  Columbia Road Hackney / 19 December 2019

We Aren't A Gallery Hackney / 11 November 2019

Exceptional Collyer Bristow Award Holborn / 6 November 2019

Bee Urban Kennington / October 2019

Summer Salon Vaan Der Plas Gallery New York / September 2019

Divergent Motion Delphian Gallery / September 2019

Summer Exhibition presented by Laura Lopes / May 2019

Christies Best of the Drawing Year / November 2018

The Drawing Year End of Year Exhibition / 2018 - January 2019

Open Studios Exhibition Mare Street / December 2018

Royal Academy Summer Show / 2018

Nottingham Contemporary Refugee Week / 2018

Clients

Soho House / Posh Cloth London / Oh Comely / GoCardless / Karakusevic Carson Architects / The Habibi Project / House of Helmet

Education

Drawing Post Graduate Scholarship Royal Drawing School / 2018

Architecture BA University of Brighton (First Class Hons) / 2016

Awards

Collyer Bristow Award Shortlist / 2019

The ACS Drawing Prize / 2018

ArchMedium Schooling Competition / 2016

The Waste House Sustainable Design Award / 2016

Collections 

Soho Works, Soho House, London / 2020

The Royal Collection, HRH Prince of Wales, London, 2018

Michael Moritz Private Collection, Italy / 2018

 

 

         

 

London, Uk