oil painting of boat stuck at low tide
Beverly Evans, Stuck at Low Tide, 18 x 24in, oil on linen, available through SEWE

How did you get started and then develop your career?

Beverly Evans: I began my painting career in 2002 after a successful career as an interior designer. Art has always been a part of my life since I was a child. Placing fine art in my customers homes was one of the most rewarding parts of my job as a designer. I finally got the opportunity to jump into being an artist and I took it. I haven’t looked back. I am so blessed to continue to grow and explore this gift of art, this passion to create and be able to make a living doing what I love.

How do you find inspiration?

Beverly Evans: My inspiration comes from enjoying and observing the beautiful world and animals created for us. The best part about being an artist for me is to watch people enjoy my work. Watching them mentally or emotionally travel to a special place or memory, that is evoked by viewing one of my paintings, is so very special.

To see more of Beverly’s work, visit:

Website: Beverlyfordevans.com

Email:[email protected]

Instagram: BFEvans

Facebook: Beverly Ford Evans Fine Art

SEWE (SouthEastern Wildlife Exposition)  843-723-1748

Leiper’s Creek Gallery  631-599-5102

oil painting of sheep grazing in field
Beverly Evans, Evening Snack, 18 x 18in, oil on linen, available through artist


oil painting of fox hunter on horse with hounds surrounding them
Beverly Evans, Yes Sir, 5 x 6in, oil on linen, available through Leiper’s Creek Gallery


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