Beth holds an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design and a BFA from Cooper Union, with two additional semesters at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.
Her initial attraction to clay began with the domestic, with a desire to make objects that are handled and enjoyed through use. She spent a lot of time in school thinking about the interactive nature of ceramics, and how tableware could enhance and affect a celebration. While pots are still part of her routine, art on the wall has been recently holding her attention.
She currently uses the facilities at Mudflat Studio, and engages with their robust ceramics community.
Beth spends as much time as possible making art. By day she manages her household, she attends to her family, and works at her job. She lives in Boston with her husband, her 4-year-old and her two teenagers, where she also knits and quilts and cooks.
and she loves the beach.