Minimal in style, the exhibition “Undulation” features Beth’s new work with clay and dyed felt.  Her style is on the minimal side, making pieces independently and then assembling them to create composition that evoke contrast and balance. She is driven to work in both black clay as well as white porcelain. Her recent focus has been with throwing larger forms to contrast her love for miniatures. Natural elements and textures as well as nature inspires her pieces.
Beth comments that “Undulation is a word that often comes to mind as I throw clay on the potters wheel. There is a constant up and down movement of my hand and energy which translates to the energy of the pieces. My style is not calculated but rather intuitive in nature, allowing the process to show through. I have a love for shapes, textures, assembly and graphic elements.”