Beverly Dennis




As I continue on my painting journey, I find that I reflect more on things that I used to just acknowledge. That blue in the deepest purple or red in the greenest leaf. Small color nuances are exciting and changes even more so. I have always enjoyed working on different surfaces and I can say that is still true… only more so. Slick shiny surfaces or woven patterned surfaces. What about the underpainting? Most recently I find the rich glow of gold or black a as they peek through color intriguing. As ever, I paint what I see, only now I seem to see more and differently.

Selected Solo Exhibitions

– Carol Robinson Gallery, New Orleans
– Lauren Rogers Museum of Art, Laurel, Mississippi
– Wynfield Gallery, Gulfport, Mississippi
– Simonne Stern, New Orleans
-Southside Gallery, Mississippi


1985 – Southeastern Council of Contemporary Art (SECCA),
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
1986 – Johnson Art Colony, Johnston, Vermont


MFA – University of Mississippi, Oxford
MAE – University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg
BS – Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
Corcoran School of Art, Washington, D.C.
Memphis College of Art, Memphis, Tennessee