Beth has been selling originals since she was a teenager. In the past she was open to take commissions, but since having Covid, she finds her creativity hampered by producing work to order. She has so many concepts within her - to benefit others - that her focus is to produce what naturally comes to her, allowing people to pick and choose what they are drawn to.
In recent times she has taken the decision not to release so many of her originals and wishes to keep these for her loved ones. On rare occasions she may decide to let one go.
This is an important process in which the original artwork is scanned onto a large flatbed scanner. If the painting is too large it has to be professionally photographed under studio conditions. Once a large file has been created, the image can then be tweaked to remove elements that have not come out well in the image-taking.
From this file, giclee prints on acid free canvas or paper can then be produced. This is done on a special type of printing machine which gives a lasting image of at least 200 years. This is the gallery standard, not to be confused with home inkjet printers or mass-produced poster printing.