b. 1979, Danvers, Massachusetts

Tony Bevilacqua studied painting at the Massachusetts College of Art and continues to live and paint in Boston.  He apprenticed and has worked as a specialty finishing and mural artist for many years, helping to maintain and preserve a rich regional artistic tradition.

Tony’s painting practice focuses on still lifes and landscapes, working both in the studio and en plein air throughout New England.  His landscape paintings are an attempt to capture the impression and mood of a time and place in an imperfect, wet-on-wet application of paint.  Tony’s still life paintings are an intimate study of objects and exploration of form and color. These range from quick sketches to more refined trompe l’oeil renderings.

Selected Exhibitions

2017 | Solo Show | Sloane Merrill Gallery | Boston, MA

2016 | Solo Show | Sloane Merrill Gallery | Boston, MA

Skull Show | Bedford Gallery | Walnut Creek, CA
Object/Plane | Aviary Gallery | Jamaica Plain, MA
Beasts of Burden | New Art Center | Allston, MA

2012 | Blank Land | Torrance Art Museum | Torrance, CA

2007, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2001 | Annual Benefit Auction | Massachusetts College of Art | Boston, MA



2006 | Will's Creek Survey | Saville Gallery | Cumberland, MD

ALARM 10th Anniversary Art Show | 111 Minna Gallery | San Francisco, CA
Nice Box | Dew Art | New London, CT

2004 | Emergency | Culture Cache Gallery | San Francisco, CA

2003, 2002 | Annual AIDS Benefit Exhibition | Barbara Krakow Gallery | Boston, MA



Massachusetts College of Art
Bachelor of Fine Art | 1997-2001 | Boston, MA