Bebi's paintings are a playful exploration of acrylics on canvas. With layers of glazing and a smoothness achieved using a wet palette, her techniques provide depth in light and colour. Nature-inspired, a piece of art is considered ready, when the end result is lively, yet tranquil.
A self-taught artist, Bebi was designing and creating long before she picked up a brush; her soft-sculpted creations were sold through Toronto's One Of A Kind show and the American Folk Art Museum from 1996 - 2004.
Although the untamed landscape of Guyana nurtured her childhood years, Bebi has made her home in the Niagara Peninsula for much of her life. Her most recent art project focuses on the native wildflowers of this therapeutic space, with the aim to bring awareness to their beauty and resilience, as well as the need to protect our forests, meadows and trails.
Artwork sold through King Street Gallery now reside globally, while some are enjoyed locally, in private collections.