Artist Beverly Gardner

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Beverly grew up in New England where a strong passion for nature developed out of being surrounded by the magnificent beauty of the foliage around her. While studying at Massachusetts College of Art, Beverly was first introduced to oil painting. It was there where she also educated in computer graphics. Her passion for the traditional landscape has merged with a fascination of using a contemporary tool to make landscape paintings and drawings.
Beverly exhibits all around the New England area and New York. This included exhibitions at the Cork Gallery, Avery Hall in Lincoln Center, New York, NY. The 55th and 56th Annual Art of the North East exhibition at Silvermine Guild Gallery in New Canaan, CT. Her most recent group exhibit was the 29th Annual Faber Birren National Award Color Show in Stamford, CT. She has also received the award of 1st place in the Milford Art League Spring Exhibit for her pencil drawing.
Her work depicts colorful textures of the trees, leaves, and flowers found in the New England area. The art which inspires her most are the French Impressionists like Mary Cassatt, Degas, and American Master John Singer Sargent. They are the strongest style influences in her work.
“I’m draw to parts of a landscape which demonstrate unusual color and texture variations and enjoy playing off the opposites, like smooth, soft tones along with rough, vibrant color textures within a piece. I want the viewer right in the middle of what I see, up-close and personal. My work is serene, quiet, and at the focal point is finding that rest within my soul.”
Beverly Gardner

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