Beth Cullen Kerridge is a Sculptor born in Stoke on Trent to business woman Judith Vincent, and painter entrepreneur James Cullen in 1970, in a close and happy home.
Studied at John Moores in Liverpool, and on to postgrad at the Royal College of Art, which was a springboard on to the London art scene, with two of the London Parks Showing her work consecutively.
She then showed in many exhibitions in the capital and around England, Commercial site specific sculpture for her home town of Stoke on Trent.
She honed her craft working in foundries and producing works for Edwardo Paolozzi, Elisabeth Frink and Alberto Giacometti.
For eight years she was lucky enough to work closely as a Studio Assistant with the legendary Mike Bolus, for another champion Sir Anthony Caro. With Tony she worked on large scale projects working with Sir Norman Foster on the Millennium Bridge, Richard Rodgers, The Tate Gallery, and working on shows at the Venice Biennale and Marlborough Gallery New York, and the Baptistery Chapel of Light Bourborg France.