Beverley Richardson
 

Collections

 
 
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8 En Plein Air

Watercolour paintings completed on location in New Brunswick, Canada

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Nature

Portraits of Canadian nature captured in oil and acryclic, as seen in several shows across Ontario.

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Prairie

Views of the Canadian prairies in oil and acrylic, displayed in shows across Ontario.

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Desert

Beautiful Arizona in all her glory, captured in oil & acrylic on an Artmobile trip.

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Abstract

Older work that helped me build my skills and explore my art form.

I have a dream: a studio on wheels.

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The Artmobile

 
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I have a dream: a studio on wheels.

To go where I want and paint in the wilderness.

A dog for company, tramping through the bush -

free in the outdoors, capturing nature on canvas.

One woman's journey of art and expression

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Publications & Collaborations

 
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Interested in reading about the adventures of a woman artist painting alone in the wilderness? Maiden Voyage is 63 pages of stories, artwork and photographs beautifully produced in colour. 

Order your copy from info@beverleyrichardson.com.

2010, soft cover. 63 pages. $20 + postage.

In 2009, community artists from Lake Simcoe to Pickering, Caledon to Colborne were out painting scenes depicting the vast beauty of the moraine. From these impressions, twenty outstanding images were chosen to promote the awareness of our environment. Proceeds from the book will be donated in support of the preservation of the Oak Ridges Moraine.

View the publication online. To purchase this book, contact moraine-art@sympatico.ca

 

All Publications 

  • Maiden Voyage, 63 pages of stories, art and photo images of remote Canadian journeys, self-published, 2009

  • 2009 Desk Calendar, features Kelly Lake and On A Country Hill, published by Rebecca and John Horwood, Toronto.
  • Connecting with Nature: Oak Ridges Moraine, features Kelly Lake, published by Herbert Pryke, 2008, ISBN 978-0-9811195-0-2
  • The Art of Beverley Richardson 2007 Calendar published by The Community Association for Riding for the Disabled, Toronto
  • Tapestry Magazine, King Township, cover & feature article, Fall, 2006
  • Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine, cover & article, Summer, 2006
  • Nobleton Schomberg District Chamber of Commerce, Brochure cover, July 2006
 

 

About me

 

Fibre arts captured my interest at a young age, and I began creating clothing as soon as I could handle a toy sewing machine. As an adult I began experimenting in water colour, charcoal, clay and other media in a creativity course taught by the late Peter Kolisnyk. Since 1999 I have been painting with oils and am largely self-taught.

I am currently in the second year of a two year in-depth Iyengar Yoga Teacher Training program under Mahyar Raz, at her Setu Studio.

 

My formal education includes:

Expressive Arts Therapy Training Program & Practice, ISIS Canada, Toronto, 1992 - 1994

Therapy practice: Suthland Chan Schools, Women
Our Lady of Lords School, Toronto, Children

Mentor Training, Ontological Studies, the work of Dr. Richard Moss
Port Townsend, Washington, and France, 1990 - 1992

Born: 1956, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Master of Arts in Expressive Arts Therapy, European Graduate School
Saas Fe, Switzerland, 1998 - 2001. Thesis: Women’s Struggle to Grow in Long Term Marriage

Therapy practice: Family and Credit Counselling Services, Richmond Hill, Ontario, Adults, Teens & Children                                                                   

Honours Bachelor of Arts, Individualized Studies, York University, Toronto, 1999. Thesis: Anxiety and the Artist

 

 

People talk about being in touch with their inner creativity. But few have mastered it like artist Beverley Richardson.
— Mark Pavilons, King Sentinel
Her work shows us that there is a profound, fantastic unity in all things.
— Tom Smart, Author & Curator
I am so excited by what you are doing in your studio. It has been wonderful to watch the evolution of your work.
— Helen Lucas (www.helenlucas.com)