Beverley was born in Zimbabwe and first studied with Dulcie Wessiek and Peter Birch, founders of the Salisbury School of Art. In the mid 60’s Beverley came to London to continue his studies, at first working as a draftsman, and since then has been painting full time. Beverley’s style derives much from the experiences of his native Africa and he returns there periodically to renew his inspiration. Influenced by the art forms of the people of this most beautiful country, he reflects this in his idiomatic use of an earthy palette, expansive composition and unrefined texture.
Alongside his many commissioned works, Beverley’s output has enabled him to mount several one-man shows in London as well as exhibitions in California and France. His work is now in collections around the world.
La Galleria Pall Mall - London 2012: John Adam Fine Art Ltd – London 2008/2009: Bluthners – London 2006: The Gallery in Cork Street – London 2005: Le Manoir de L’Engiste – Normandy, France 1999: Avant Art – Laguna Beach, California 1995: Henley Arts Festival – 1993: Art Mart – London 1992: Smiths Gallery – London 1992: Smiths Gallery – London 1990: Alpine Gallery – London 1988: Picture Brokers – London 1986: Carmichael Fine Art – London 1985: Park Walk Galleries – London 1984: Scribes Gallery – London 1982: Talent Store – London 1980: Church Street Gallery – London 1979: Aberbach Fine Art – London 1978