Hickory – Local abstract artist, Beverly Biser, will be the featured artist this summer at the United Arts Council, in Hickory, North Carolina. The exhibit Second Kiss opened July 10 and continues through September 25 at the Salt Block, West Wing.
Biser, who has been drawing since childhood, now focuses on commissioned artwork, tailoring each painting to the environment and personality of the person, family or business location.
Her passion to beautify the world shines through in her paintings. “Beauty lives in color and movement” she commented. “Working with bright colors is inspiring, and the abstract style of my art is fun and energetic.”
“I find inspiration all around me, particularly in nature” Biser states.” It’s thrilling to see the paint hit the canvas and see the way the swirling forms and colors interact with each other.”
Using trowels and brushes, her trademark one-of-a-kind interpretative style, she pulls colors from your world and brings them into hers. Her favorite part is when the painting is hung in it’s new home, becoming the focal point in the room, each one a true stand-out piece!
Biser’s new show will be marked by an exhibition celebration on August 24, from 5 to 7pm, with an opportunity to meet the artist, and a drawing for one of her paintings and consultations; this event is free and open to the public. For more info. visit her website at www.studiobev.com.
Art by Beverly Biser