Beverly Dodge Radefeld

With a BFA from Washburn University, Beverly Dodge Radefeld worked as an activity therapist at the renowned Menninger Foundation in Topeka, KS, where she used art as a vehicle to help the healing process. In addition, she ran a small business and volunteered in the community teaching kids and adults many of the art techniques for which she has a deep passion. Beverly works in both soft sculpture and oil painting and her paintings show the brilliant colors of the Flint Hills in a very loose, almost abstract quality.

“I love the simple shapes of the Flint Hills and the color of the open sky. My oil paintings have been the vehicle for me to express these feelings and have allowed me to capture the movement and colors of the soft sculptures that I enjoy.” – Beverly Radefeld

Road South

Down the Valley

I-70 and Valencia

Mist in the Morning

Sunflower Kind of Day

Road in the Distance

Along the Road - ASK FOR AVAILIBILITY

Four Pears - ASK FOR AVAILABILITY

Color in the Trees - ASK FOR AVAILABILITY

Blue Field