Roberta Booth MA, is a graduate of the Royal College of Art, whose career has spanned over 35 years, with her work being exhibited world wide. Ranging from places such as the British Council exhibition Linz Austria, the Cracow print biennial, Poland, Norkoppings Museum Sweden and Waikato University New Zealand. The Nahan Gallery in New York has also represented her.
She is a painter whose work has ranged from the anthropomorphic pieces of the 60’s and 70’s through the lyrical period of the 80’s, into the magic of colour, myth and symbol of the 90’s. She holds a position as a Senior Lecturer and the Anglia Ruskin University – Cambridge and her knowledge of colour and metaphysics has also led to her involvement with the International Association of Colour, the School of Psychotherapeutics and the publication of numerous articles.