BEVERLY WOODS

 

 

Beverly Woods extensive world travels are the source of the inspiration for her large and diverse body of work.  From the fields of Africa to the delicate figures of Japan, Beverly's reinterpretation of these images often capture native figures from foreign lands brought to life with bright splashes of color "Beverly's painting of the Masai woman transported us to another land and culture" stated David Bowman of Newton, Mass.

Beverly graduated from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland with a minor in art and since then has studied with Paul Wood of Port Washington, NY.   Beverly also has studied at the New York Art Students league in NYC.  She is a member of the SOWA Artists Guild of 450 Harrison Ave.

Bev has lived in Boston for the last three years attending the Museum of Fine Arts School and studied with Marlene Oliver at the Museum School.  Her work is in private collections and has been on display at the Museum School in 2004 and South End Open Studios.