Beric is an Australian artist whose work investigates themes related to the sub-conscious, dreams and the cosmos.
His current art practice includes painting, drawing, very detailed works on paper and unique light-box installations and many of his ideas are influenced by science and philosophy.
Beric has spent most of his spare time since childhood drawing, painting, reading and writing. His art skills were fine-tuned with two years of formal art classes in 1998-1999. He has had 12 solo shows, the first was at Hazelhurst in 2003. During 2006-2007 he was represented by film director Alex Proyas through his commercial art gallery (Wallspace Gallery) in Surry Hills. In early 2016 he relocated from Sydney to Port Macquarie on the mid-north coast of NSW.
Beric's figurative works have been influenced by a strong interest in cinematic genres including film noir and German expressionism, Hitchcock, the work of Kafka and by religious art forms. The paintings produced over the last five years often examined human isolation and how we always manage to connect to something even when we are most vulnerable. By contrast, the recent abstract works explore deeper connections between our scientific and spiritual understanding of the natural world.