Beverly’s sculptures have won awards and garnered many art lovers as clients. The fun and thrill of capturing in clay and bronze the emotions and personality of the human face and figure is central to her drive and passion in sculpting and teaching.

A creative artist since 1966, Beverly's early works included commissioned portraits in pastels and oils. Initially self-taught, in 2005 Beverly began studying figurative sculpting with prestigious instructors such as Philippe Faraut. With her enhanced skills, she has been commissioned to sculpt many life-sized portraits, a half-sized torso portrait and cast them in bronze.

From 2009 until she moved to Brentwood in 2011, Beverly taught portrait sculpture at the Irvine Fine Arts Center in Southern California. In 2012 she began teaching a new workshop called “Sip & Sculpt” where adult students sip wine/coffee/tea while learning to sculpt. Currently she teaches children's art classes for the Antioch Community Center. Please visit her website to view photos of her work and work by her students.

 

 

 

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