Beth Walton

Deputy Arts Editor (2009/10)

Beth has written 21 articles for Nouse


Frieze Art Fair, in eight years, has become a leading fixture in the art world’s annual calendar. Every October, over 150 of the most dynamic contemporary art galleries from 29 countries gather in Regent’s Park, London, to show over 1000 artists’ work

Granny Shoppers

Sarah Barratt, an artist from the Norman Rea Galley, talks to Beth Walton about her ‘Granny Shoppers’

Contemporary arts’ role in the education system

Artist Deborah Curtis discusses contemporary arts’ role in the education system with Beth Walton

Culture on Campus

Calling all Culture Vultures! For all of you currently panicking about the prospect of spending three years devoid of impromptu…


Jewellery curator Kath Libbert discusses her latest exhibition

Staging an Intervention

Acclaimed artist Susan Stockwell talks to Beth Walton about sending art out into the public arena

Kodac Kulture

Kodac Kulture the third and final exhibition of term to open at The Norman Rea last week completes the galleries programme of interactive and student friendly shows for summer

Rob Ryan on his growing art and design empire

Rob Ryan has no problem with his art going on a pair of knickers. Beth Walton asks what it’s like to be the main man behind his growing art and design empire


Last week following on from their Academy style summer show, Light, The Norman Rea Gallery opened their second exhibition of the term PLOTS a two part display beginning in the main gallery space and continuing outside with an interactive installation

Foundings and Fledglings

Following a long tradition of artists active in supporting The Foundling hospital, this year three renowned contemporary artists joined the canon of greats, showing work alongside masters like Hogarth in and around the museum

Frida and Diego

Frida and Diego, a love story by Greg Cullen, centres on the meeting and romance of two of Mexico’s most influential and controversial artists, Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera

Arts in depth

Beth Walton speaks to artist Rachel Goodyear about her fairytale inspired work