Draft:Beverly Tipton Hammond

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Beverly Tipton Hammond
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Beverly Tipton Hammond
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EducationFriends School Of Baltimore
Known forPainter, Author, Dancer and Singer
MovementAfrican American, Portrait
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Beverly Tipton Hammond is a multifaceted [[Artist] who is painter, singer, dancer and author, that is best known for her Hattiude Series that shows homage to African American women in Hats.installation pieces.[1]

Early life and education[edit]

At age 9 Beverly studied piano and at 14 began classical ballet training. In 1996, she was ordained as an Elder under Kingdom Covenant Fellowship Ministries. Beverly Tipton Hammond graduated from the Friends School of Baltimore with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Business Management. She's currently pursuing her Masters in Business Administration.

Career[edit]

Beverly Tipton Hammond's is the Founder and Director of Pure Water Ministries, which is an apostolic and prophetic ministry, called to equip the body of Christ to take dominion in the earth. Beverly is also a recording artist and has recorded 3 gospel albums; Refreshing Hymns & Spirituals, Holy Fire and her Christmas album “Wondrous Child”. Beverly was privileged to sing for at the White House for President Clinton and the first family for the Christmas Holidays in 1996 and 1999. She also wrote her first book “Cross Points – A Life Application of the Cross of Christ” that was published through Authorhouse Book and is currently now serving as Administrative Secretary for the Board of Commissioners for Hennepin County in Minneapolis, MN.

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Major exhibitions[edit]

“Grace” Nov. 1, 2018 to Jan. 31, 2019 at the Minnesota African American

Heritage Museum and Gallery, 1256 Penn Avenue, Fourth Floor, in North Minneapolis. Beverly Tipton Hammond and Walter Griffin

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References[edit]

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