A collection of contemporary paintings by
Beverley Peter Meyers
Blüthner Piano Centre
1 Davies St, Berkeley Square, London W1K 3DB
Tel: 020 7753 0533
Exhibition runs until 29th April 2005
Monday to Saturday 10am – 5pm
Beverley Peter Meyers was born in Zimbabwe and studied with Dulcie Wessiek and Peter Birch, founders of the Salisbury School of Art. Since continuing his studies in London, and alongside his many commissioned works, Beverley has staged several one-man exhibitions, the most recent being at The Cork Street Gallery in April 2005.
This collection of contemporary paintings has been inspired by the modulations of music. Beverley’s interpretation of harmony, tempo, tonality and phrasing have been expressed by his idiomatic use of colour, composition and unrefined textures. Figurative allusions to the melodic syncopations of jazz are evident alongside emotive, concordant abstracts.
Staged at the Blüthner Piano Centre, purveyors of the finest musical instruments, this exhibition marks the perfect fusion of art and music.