Beverly Pepper

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Beverly Pepper was an American sculptor known for her monumental works, site specific art (art created to exist in a certain place) and land art. Born in Brooklyn, NY in 1922 to Jewish immigrants, Beverly knew art was her calling from an early age. After studying multiple genres of art with many well-known artists, she chose sculpting as her calling after an eye-opening trip in 1960 to Cambodia’s temple ruins. She made her debut in 1962 with an exhibit of carved tree trunks at a gallery in Rome. After several exhibitions in

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