Price List

Gallery 1 - River Series     Gallery 2 - Life and Death  
River Series £125.00 each Urn £110.00
Snow Melt £110.00   Golden/Bronze Gates £250.00
      Italian Gates £195.00
      Open Gate £195.00
    Baby £110.00
      Face £110.00
      Ancient Queen £110.00
      Mirror £110.00
      Sleep £110.00
Gallery 3 - Arboretum     Gallery 4 - Landscapes  
Mulberry Trees £125.00 each   Margate £95.00 each
Pine Trees £120.00 each      

Frequently Asked Questions

The Prints

These works are hand made with traditional oil based inks on Fabriano Rosapina paper. Well Looked after they will last forever.  Most of these works are not editioned because they cannot be exactly replicated. The dimensions given are 'plate' sizes. This means the size of the image, not the size of the paper. Please allow for a white paper edge, which is torn by hand, not cut. 

Colour Ways

As the prints are made by plate it is possible to print the works in different colours. As such it is possible to accommodate special requests. If you have seen a design that you love, but the colours are not quite suitable for the space you have in mind, we can certainly discuss your requirements.


Beverley has frequently undertaken commissions of printmaking, painting and drawing for private individuals and corporations. Please get in touch if you would like to commission a work or series. 

Viewing and Collection

If you are local, viewing can be arranged by appointment. You are welcome to see the studio in which they are made. Prints can also be paid for and collected in person.


Prices are for individual prints, not for a series. Prices do not include postage. Payment can be made by electronic transfer, Paypal or cheque. Please email for details. 


Small works can be sent by post flat, but larger prints will be sent rolled in a tube. Postage costs vary depending on destination, but we try to keep the costs as low as possible. Please email for details. 

Framing Suggestion

If your print has been rolled, your framer can leave the print under glass for a few days to flatten. Then they should be well framed with acid free mounts and sealed frames, or kept flat in dry, acid free conditions. This will preserve the print in good condition for many years. Ready-made frames are not recommended, as they do not seal the print from outside conditions. If you are local framers can be recommended.