Chef Tom Kerridge says he is “very proud” of his wife Beth Cullen Kerridge’s talents as a sculptor and her ability to create “uncompromising art”.
Elridge praised his wife for her dedication to art and for “never giving up on her dreams”.
It is titled Femella, a collection of her work, on display at Gallery 8 in London.
According to Gallery 8, the exhibition, which features marble and bronze sculptures, “represents how wonderful humans are, how many things we do, and what may seem mundane.” But in the end, it celebrates how strong and great humans can be, despite the daily slowdowns. website.
Cullen Kerridge says the inspiration for her new solo show is simply ‘how great women are’.
“My life was spent making things, so I couldn’t help but get my hands dirty,” she told PA during the exhibition’s photocall.
“It’s how I live with my family, so I’ve always been.”
She said of the exhibition:
“I think most moms would agree that it’s crazy, so I’m just talking.
“[We are]bending over backwards, polishing things, almost robotic in some ways, but at least we are trying to make the world a little more beautiful place.”
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Kerridge told PA that his wife “has always been good at not caring what other people think.”
“It’s been so lovely to see Beth grow, her work grow, and to see Beth in a position to exhibit her work in a gallery like this,” he said.
“I am immensely proud of all the hard work, all the hard work, all the commitment she has put in over the years to constantly port, push and never give up on her dreams.
“As an artist, it’s difficult not only to treat it as a business, but also to create uncompromising art to truly follow your soul and heart.
“Beth has always been good at not caring what other people think.”
Femella will be open to the public November 8-12 at Gallery 8.