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“Educational Writings-Discourse, Part XLVI: the Life and Times of Beverly Carrick—World-Famous Artist, Part Twenty-Five—the Photographic Evidence!” by Moses Scharbug III



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EDUCATIONAL WRITINGS-DISCOURSE, PART XLVI




Educational Writings-Discourse, Part XLVI: the Life and Times of Beverly Carrick—World-Famous Artist, Part Twenty-Five—the Photographic Evidence!” by Moses Scharbug III

Beverly Ernestine Jamison- California Rodeo Queen, circa 1940's...

Bakersfield, CA, 01-15-2013 T:  Good morning, friends, welcome once more to the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day, the place where we discuss the issues of importance to the foodservice professional,.  We also delve into educational \matters, politics, once in a while sports, and at the present time are doing a month-long celebration of the life of Beverly Carrick Snow—the greatest artist in the history of the United States!  We love Beverly here, not just, because she is the mother of one of our authors, but also because of the fact that we have displayed her fine artworks from day one and also did it at our old site at Choseit.com.  Art is something that infects the soul in a good way, it inspires us to strive to reach our potential and instills in us the idea that our profession is about art, too.  Every chef who has managed to move up the ranks knows that virtually every plate exiting the cold or hot window is an object of art, not just a serving of food.  Every chef must be concerned with every plate’s appearance and must strive to make it as beautiful as possible so that the diner reacts with expressions of joy visible across his or her face once the server places the plate before him or her.  Even a fry cook is taught to appreciate this important psychological fact because if the meal looks good, it most likely is going to taste good, too! 

The same is true of artistic renderings, when one visits an art gallery, the paintings, statues, and other objects tend to move the viewer and each individual is moved by different things.  Beverly Carrick had the ability and will continue to have that ability to move viewers of her paintings, something she accomplished from a very early stage in her art career.  Having lost her first love of dance, she found that she could transfer that love to her drawing tablets and to her canvasses and that her family, friends, and neighbors felt the same way.  Her mother, Florence, was amazed at her daughter’s capacity and her ability to put viewers of her art into a swoon and knew that she was going to go far, how far, she did not know, but she knew that the cancer had failed to diminish her inner flame.   In fact, she instilled great strength into her parents, her grandparents, and her brother because losing the leg did not stop her, it made her much better.    

What we are doing this week is to display the photos of her life from its beginnings through to its inevitable end.  Yes, she had cancer three times over the course of her life but it took three times for it—finally!—to succeed.  During the time that it took respite, she transformed the world around her and for all of her fellow humanity, something of which, every individual alive today and for generations to come should and will appreciate.   I mean; how many of us would throw in the towel after the first go-round losing a limb?  I am not sure that I could have survived what she did at age twelve, I am sure that it might have floored me for good!

We will continue now with more images plucked from the annals of her family’s history, which I hope all of you can enjoy.  I did receive an email yesterday informing me of what this series has meant to a young struggling artist, “Kathy” informed me that after reading what Beverly experienced over the course of her life that it influenced her to persevere and to climb back up every time an art critic knocked her down.  Artists, send us examples of your work and your stories and I promise you the editorial staff is going to do its best to help you get the attention you so aptly deserve!   Here we go:

BEVERLY CARRICK’S PHOTO ALBUM:

1.     This is a photo of Bessa “Granny” Taylor holding a very young Beverly Ernestine Jamison.  Bessa was Beverly’s maternal grandmother and this is sometime in August 1927.  

2.     This is a photo of Beverly’s brother, Eugene, at the age of five feeding the family’s turkeys.

3.     This is a photo of Beverly’s mother, Florence, and her two grandmothers.

4.     This is a photo of Beverly and her brother, Eugene, at their home at 1907 California Avenue in Bakersfield, California.

5.     This is a photo of Beverly Jamison on a pony at the same address listed above.

6.     This is a shot of the Jamison kids at their California Avenue home around 1939.

7.     This is a photo of Beverly Jamison at age 13 or 14 following the loss of her leg.

8.     This is a photo of Beverly Jamison at age 17 dressed up and ready to socialize.

9.     This is another photo of Beverly Jamison dressed up and ready to go out on a date.

10.  This is a photo of Beverly Jamison with one of her steady guys, Neil Foley, a serviceman.

11.  This is a photo of young Beverly Jamison as the dancer she hoped one day to become.

12.  This is a photo of Beverly Jamison dressed in another formal dance outfit in 1939. 

13.  This is another photo of Beverly Jamison around the age of 12 years old.

14.  This is a photo of Beverly’s grandfather, Ernest Taylor, her mother’s father.

15.  This is a photo of Beverly, feeding the family’s geese.  Beverly eventually married Harry Hall Carrick because she could not stand living on a poultry farm and so accepted whatever he dished out for more than two decades.

16.  This is a highly interesting photo of Beverly’s grandfather, Ernest, as a member of the Elks Lodge back in Colorado as a young man..

17.  This is a shot of Beverly’s mother, Florence Jamison, at a fairly young age.

18.  This is a photo of the Jamison family’s tortoises, Toby is the big one.  At one time, the tortoises so undermined the back alley to the north of Robert’s Lane that it caved in and had to be repaired by the city.  Numerous of the reptiles died in the cave-in but Toby managed to escape.  After that, he no longer tunneled under the alleyway.

19.  This is a photo of Bessa Taylor, Beverly Carrick’s grandmother holding Beverly’s firstborn son, Patrick, sometime in 1948.  

20.  This is a photo of the family of Bessa Taylor, the Grants, who were related to the famed Union general and president, Ulysses S. Grant.

21.  This is another shot of the livestock at the Riverview Hatchery and Poultry Farm that the Jamison and Taylor families operated out in Oildale, California.   

This will do it for today, friends, I do hope you are enjoying these photos as much as I am.   I love looking at history and today, not many of us know the world around us or the folks inhabiting it as much as we should.  Beverly lived an amazing life and survived a great deal of horrible experiences only to suffer death at the hands of an old adversary, cancer.  Still, it gave her periods of respite from which, she created happiness for her fans and wealth for herself, something from which, all of us should be able to learn!  It is not every day that we are given insights into those around us unless, of course, it is someone like our “popular” president, sitting on the likes of the David Letterman Show or Jay Leno.  Enough is enough with these guys, all they do is repackage the same old crap and blame the Republicans, please, make it stop!  

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Friends, things have changed regarding the AARC Technology Company in Bakersfield, CA, we are now going to promote them over the course of time due to their making things right by us and helping us with our computer situation.  We do not wish to boycott anyone in this wonderful world and the fact that both AARC and Nerds on Call.com are on board with us is a good thing.  People, buy all of your computers from AARC Technology in Bakersfield, CA, they build the best equipment and make the best products and we hope that you check them out.  If the world is going to end, why not add a new computer to your wish list of holiday gifts as remember, it is only money and we cannot take it with us!  

          This will do it for today and friends, I sincerely hope you are enjoying this part of the Life and Times of Beverly Carrick as much as I am.  To me, history and a family’s lineage is something always of interest because we learn a great deal about humanity in general by studying someone in particular.  The fact that Beverly survived the adversity that she did is to me quite stimulating because just the loss of the leg at a young age would floor most of us.  It seems to me that not many of us have the ability to withstand a great deal of crises over the course of our lifetimes, I mean, all we need do is to investigate the reasons why there are more military suicides than there are killed in action.  Something is extremely concerning regarding this and I do believe that it something for which, all of us are responsible!            

          To buy paintings, recipes, or full article series, please send us your information by mailing us at 10001 Camino Media #20669, Bakersfield, CA, 93311-1310.  You can call about paintings at 661-834-5185; we will take all calls and provide to you as much information as is available.  It is time that we begin taking the next step and to immortalize Beverly Carrick for eternity and begin moving towards the establishment of a website of our own! God bless each single one of you amongst our fan base!                                                         

Anyhow, let us close with this impassioned plea—please leave some comments and/or become a follower and why not spend some money and purchase an album by MOUNTAIN or West, Bruce, and Laing and/or buy a cookbook from Amazon.com—we want to make some money here so help us out by buying something!  Allied with them, we are pleased to market their merchandise! When we finish advertising albums by Mountain and West, Bruce and Laing, we will begin presenting albums by Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention!  See you next time around! Bye!  

Thank you!

Moses Scharbug III

Moses Scharbug III
Assistant Editor of the Elemental News of the Day


This is I when I was a university professor at one of California’s State Universities in the Southland back in the 1970’s.  I have been retired for the past 15 years and have been the assistant editor of the END since its first incarnation back in 2009.


Moses Scharbug III writes from Oildale, CA.

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Beverly Carrick Original Paintings Price List:


  1. Size 36” x 72”…………………………………………………………. $18,000.00.
  2. Size 40” x 60”…………………………………………………………. $15,450.00.
  3. Size 36” x 48”…………………………………………………………. $11,500.00.
  4. Size 30” x 40”…………………………………………………………. $ 9,900.00.
  5. Size 24” x 48”…………………………………………………………. $ 9,000.00.
  6. Size 24” x 36”…………………………………………………………. $ 8,240.00.
  7. Size 24” x 30”…………………………………………………………$ 7,600.00.
  8. Size 20” x 24”…………………………………………………………$ 5,950.00.
  9. Size 18” x 24”…………………………………………………………$ 5,950.00.
  10. Size 16” x 20”…………………………………………………………$ 5,400.00.
  11. Size 12” x 24” …....................................................................................$ 5,400.00.
  12. Size 12” x 16”….....................................................................................$ 4,500.00.
  13. Size 11” x 14”…………………………………………………………$ 4,500.00.
  14. Size 9” x 12” …………………………………………………………. $ 1,200.00.
  15. Size 8” x 10” …………………………………………………………. $ 1,000.00.

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