Alfred Beesley is a visual artist. He creates interactive sculptures that refer to the life cycle of plants. Using papier-mâché Beesley creates replicas of fruit and objects associated with growing plants. Beesley's recent works include ‘Apple Tree’- a tree with a harvest of a variety of fruit and a basket for picking.
Beesley is part of Studio Me, Blue Room’s artist development project. Find out more about Studio Me, Blue Room and discover other Studio Me artists at the bottom of this page.
Limited edition screen-prints for sale at the Bluecoat.
Alongside Studio Me artists Edward Rauer and William Richardson, Beesley has created a series of limited edition screenprints in the Bluecoat Print Studio. The works explore some of the ways our beloved 'secret garden' captures the creative imagination.
The prints are available to purchase from our Information Desk.
Recent projects include:
Collaboration with designer Holly Eliza Temple and fellow Blue Room artists; Lewis Scott, Edward Rauer and William Richardson. The artists worked together to design an illustrated activity booklet that encourages young visitors to explore the Bluecoat’s garden.