Beverley Sweetman

Beverley Sweetman

Beverley is a full-time artist drawing most of her inspiration from the greatest designer of them all, ‘Mother Nature’. Nature’s kaleidoscope of vibrate colours, textures and Beverley’s study of shape and form of creatures in the animal kingdom allows her to produce artwork in celebration of the natural world that is all around us.

 

Beverley is Luton born and bred and is creating two fantastic sculptures for our trail, her first sculpture is a colourful celebration of all the things that make Luton a great town.  Charms will depict the industries past and present that have established Luton as thriving commercial town. The carnival arts are celebrated in a golden feathered headdress and the vibrant colours are an acknowledgement of the town’s diverse blend of people and cultures.

 

Beverley tells us about the design for her second sculpture – “I am local beekeeper at Stockwood Park, and this is my inspiration for this Hare sculpture design. This creation also incorporates the symbols taken from the Luton Coat of Arms… Wheatsheaf, Bees, Thistle and Rose”.

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