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Beverly Solomon is creative director for musee-solomon, the art and design business she runs with her husband artist Pablo Solomon. Formerly Beverly worked as a model and then in sales and marketing for Diane von Furstenberg, Revlon and Ralph Lauren. Currently Beverly and Pablo live and work on their 1856 historic ranch in the Texas Hill Country north of Austin, Texas.  Beverly has been featured in books, major magazines and newspapers, as well as on TV for her expertise in art, business, fashion and lifestyle.

Beverly's Recent Publicity

 

 

 

 

BOOKS

 

2010

This Is Not the Career I Ordered: Empowering Strategies from Women Who Recharged, Reignited, and Reinvented Their Careers by Caroline Dowd-Higgins

Published by Reinvention Press, P. O. Box 6043, Bloomington, IN 47407, September 24, 2010

Chapter 8: Connect with Wise Women, 38. Beverly Solomon: Object d’Art-- Model to Marketing Maven, pages 129—132

 

What’s Next for My Life: Companion Journal for Cancer Patients by Paula Holland De Long CPCC, ACC

Published by What’s Next for My Life, Inc., Wilton Manors, FL  33311, 954 565-6894  www.WhatsNextForMyLife.com

Transition to New Normal When Treatment Ends, page 73

 

2009

e-Riches 2.0: Next-Generation Marketing Strategies for Making Millions Online by Scott Fox

Published by AMACOM, American Management Association, 1601 Broadway, New York, NY 10019, 212 903-8316 www.amacombooks.org

Chapter 15: The Public Relations Opportunity Matrix (PROM) System, page 229

 

MAGAZINES

 

2010

Reader’s Digest

May 2010:  “The Cheapest People in America: Think you know how to stretch a dollar? Meet the experts. By Lenore Skenazy, page 146

 

INSTORE: The magazine for successful retailers

Spring 2010:  INSTORE published Beverly’s article “10 Attributes of a Good Employee”, page 16

 

Portfolio

February 12, 2010:  “The Brands Live On” by Romy Ribitzky

 

2009

TRUE ROMANCE

November 2009:  “Being with a Bagman or Not” By Letty Livingston, page 63

 

Good Housekeeping

August 2009:  “Words to Chill By” by Beth Levine, page 128 (Headliner)

 

2008

Woman’s Day

September 1, 2008:  “One minute to calm: 20 ways to beat stress in 60 seconds or less” by Denise Schipani, page 22 “Take an Art Break”

 

NEWSPAPERS

 

2010

WALL STREET JOURNAL

Tuesday, August 24, 2010:  “He Snores, She Hogs the Blankets, It Must Be Love” by Elizabeth Bernstein, page D3 (print and online)

 

WALL STREET JOURNAL

Thursday, April 1, 2010:  Sotheby’s “The Business of Extraordinary Living—Historic Homes” by Iyna Bort Caruso

 

2009

TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM (Texas)

Monday, March 23, 2009:  “Historic Hughes house fosters artist’s creativity” by Robert Stinson, front page and 6A, photo of Beverly and Pablo Solomon on front page (print and online)

 

2007

San Antonio Express—News (Texas)

Sunday, July 15, 2007:  San Antonio Express—News published Beverly’s article “Tips on driving yourself into the art world: Visiting a studio can be inspirational and instructive”

 

2004

KILLEEN DAILY HERALD (Texas)

Sunday, February 29, 2004:  “Naked Ambition: Lampasas artist sculpts the human form” by Jennifer Sims, page D1, 2 & 3 (8 photos of Beverly and A.A. Solomon, art, house and property)

 

TELEVISION and FILM

 

2010

Good Morning America on ABC-TV

Thursday, August 26, 2010: Pablo and Beverly Solomon featured in “It Must Be Love” segment from Elizabeth Bernstein’s Wall Street Journal article

 

2009

San Antonio Living on WOAI-TV <벬Ţ>San Antonio, Texas

February 27, 2009:  Beverly models for the San Antonio Living show hosted by Shelly Miles for the “Dress Yourself Skinny” segment with author and image consultant Sarah Shah

 

To the hosts of innumerable blogs, websites and social media sites through out the world who have allowed me to express my views. Thank you! Beverly Solomon

 

 

 

 

Permission to Reprint:
Feel free to reprint my quotes and all or part of my articles in your own print, electronic newsletters or blog. However, please credit me by using my full name, title and website address ( Beverly Solomon, Creative Director, http://www.beverlysolomon.com ). Let me know if you use me in any of your articles and I will promote your article to my mailing list. If you need printable digital photos of Beverly, Pablo, art or artist lifestyle please contact us.
 
Attention producers, reporters, and writers:
I am knowledgeable in the areas of art, beauty, fashion and lifestyle.
Feel free to use me as a resource. I also do reviews on books and films.
 
Media kits available on request.