Ann Beverley Hundley Eubank
Ann Beverley Hundley Eubank, a native of Essex County and a displaying artist at the Tappahannock Art Guild, graduated from St. Margaret’s School, attended St. Andrew’s College in North Carolina, and recieved a degree in education and a Masters of Education at VCU in Richmond. She went on to receive an endorsement in library science. After teaching in Hanover and Essex counties she retired with her husband Kenneth on the Rappahannock where she enjoys painting with the Rivah Country Painters at the gallery. Instructors have included John T. Griffin and Michelle Hoffman.
Ann Beverley has shown her art at the Richmond Public Library as a part of First Fridays group show and also in a solo showing there; Ashland Coffee and Tea; and currently at the Riverside Cafe in Tappahannock. Her work has been included in Riverfest and the Tappahannock Farmers’ Market. Her work is represented in the American Embassy in Tajikistan.
Ann Beverley especially enjoys painting landscapes, riverscapes, the Dragon Swamp, and it’s tributaries. Her style is atmospheric and impressionistic, revealing her respect and love for nature.