Bethan Mcknight.

Categorised as ART., ART.

Meet Bethan Mcknight, an artist from the UK who dabbles in collage, drawing, photography, and taking photos of herself on iphoto surrounded by blurry fish. We sent Bethan a few questions to answer for us.

Hey Bethan, who are you (other than Bethan)?
I’m a girl who sometimes gets mistaken for a boy.

Can you tell me the most interesting thing that’s happened to you in the last month?
Um, I went to Florida in July. I’d never been to America before and it was really weird.

What’s your favourite colour to work with?
I prefer patterns over colours generally, but turquoise is pretty great.

What do you enjoy working with most out of the mediums you use?
Collage is my favourite at the moment, I like ripping things up and making new things.

Do you use your own photography/drawings in your collages or are the all found images?
It’s variable, I have a huge magazine collection and drawers full of photographs and drawings. I often use the magazines/found images more but like to mix it all up together.

What do you listen to/watch when you’re working?
I always have some form of music on whilst working. I like far too much music. For example, today I am listening to Sparks and last night I went to a dancehall club night.

What’s coming up in the future for you art-wise?
No idea, after doing 2 art degrees, not getting into university twice and doing the odd freelance stuff, I just make things when I feel like it at the moment.

This entry was tagged as , , , , , .

  • Some very interesting ideas. Couldn`t mistake Bethan for a boy!

    Very talented artist

  • Alison-Frances

    LOVE her work. Bethan has been creating art since she was about 2 years old. She used to love watching Art Attack and was often inspired to create ‘big pictures’ using things around the house and then photographing them.


How to quit your job (or get fired).

At some point you're going to need to say a hasta la vista baby to your boss and work colleagues, but oh wait - you're palms are sweaty, knees weak,…


Mint Podcast: Close Encounters of the Heard Kind #5

This week or podcast, Close Encounters of the Heard Kind, is joined by Mint Magazine columnist Tom Hinton, you know, the man responsible for all of those 33-45 vinyl review…


Then & Now – True Womanhood.

A then & now playlist from True womanhood's percussionist Noam. He used to be pretty much just interested in electronica and weird jazz vibes.