Beth Partridge is an artist who explores the ambiguity of landscape – both macro and micro – via expansive landscapes and cellular worlds. Working mainly in inks, with hints of acrylic and glaze mediums, spontaneity and presence are deeply integral to her creative process. “Sometimes I can catch the magic within the shapes and forms that emerge,” she says, “like remembering a dream.” She is intrigued by how our environment and our emotions can alter how we see and interpret images. “Nothing gives me greater pleasure than when two people see radically different things in one of my pictures,” she says. Having performed and taught as a classically trained dancer, Beth draws on this experience – as well as her present life as a therapist in the heart of West Sussex, UK, where she is “eternally bathed in green iridescent tonal landscapes”.