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Amy Beager

New Works

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We are delighted to offer a select number of new  works on canvas and paper by Amy Beager. The new collection of work explores and celebrate ideas of love, desire, longing, transformation, rebirth and fantasy.  

Amy Beager (b. 1988) lives and works in Chelmsford, UK. Beager obtained a National Diploma in Art & Design (Distinction) in 2007 and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Nottingham Trent University in 2010. Beager was selected as a winner for the Delphian Gallery open call 2020 and started exhibiting her work in London in 2019.  She has since exhibited with a number of London Galleries including the Saatchi Gallery, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, Huxley Parlour Gallery, Unit London and Wilder Gallery among others. Beager's work has been acquired by Soho House and placed in multiple private collections globally. Beager's romantic figurative paintings explore themes of love, beauty, longing and self-fulfilment. The neo-classical figures are transformed into modern day deities taking inspiration from fashion imagery, greek sculpture and mythology. Beager uses the human form as a vessel for exploring emotion through a dramatic use of colour, and playful, expressive lines. Beager mostly uses traditional painting mediums such as Acrylic and oil on paper or canvas, exploring imagined realities that transform human forms into emotive realms of fantasy. 

Please contact us to enquire about available works or to make an appointment to view the works. Please email or use the contact us button at the top of the page, thank you.

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Bobbidi (left) and Booleroo (right), 2021, Oil, acrylic and pastel on linen, 160 x 140cm

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Beyond The Laughing Sky (left), 2021, Oil and acrylic on linen, 100 x 100cm

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Second Star To The Right, 2021, Oil, acrylic and pastel on linen, 160 x 140cm

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Bibbidi, 2022, Oil, acrylic and pastel on linen, 140 x 80cm

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