Beverly Rippel
Beverly Rippel
Beverly Rippel

Beverly paints as a ritual for expression, exploration and communication. She is seduced by the visual world and all that resonates beneath its surface.

Beverly exhibits her work in museums and galleries, and in her SoWa Boston studio. She has received awards from Carl Belz, Director Emeritus of the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University, Cora Rosevear  from MoMA, New York, and Susan Cross from the Guggenheim Museum, N.Y.  She was awarded a solo show at The Fuller Museum of Art (now Fuller Craft), and won “Best of Show” in Cambridge Art’s first National Prize Show juried by Malcolm Rogers, Director Emeritus of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.  Rogers selected her painting “Just Once” from over 4000 works.

Beverly’s “Blue Cap Gun II and III” were selected for the 2010 I – 95 Triennial Exhibition / Bangor to Providence @ the UMMA Museum of Art in Bangor, ME. Her “Pink Cap Gun I” was selected for Maine’s 2011 Portland Museum of Art Biennial, where she taught a drawing workshop. Her PMA piece was reviewed by Pulitzer Art Critic, Sebastian Smee in the Boston Globe.

Her work is in private collections regionally and internationally, and at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Nokia, and MIT University Park.

450 Harrison Ave.
Studio 401 B
Boston, MA 02118