Bevin Bradley is a Saskatchewan painter of semi-abstract urban environments. Bevin holds a BFA with distinction from the University of Saskatchewan. She works as an arts educator at The Remai Modern. Bevin’s involvement with the arts community spans 15 years. She owned a commercial gallery for 7 years, The Stall Gallery. She has designed and taught art programs for under-privileged youth and facilitated workshops in schools. She was an artist in-residence through the Saskatchewan Arts Board for schools throughout Saskatchewan. She’s sat on numerous boards and committees and was the President of SaskGalleries (the Professional Art Galleries Association). Her work has been featured in both GalleriesWest and Westworld magazine and can be found in many public and private collections.