Beverly Hills Art Show

Did you miss the Virtual Art Show Weekend this past May?  Click on these links to visit some of our artists!

 

MAY 2020 ARTIST INTERVIEW VIDEOS (more to come):

Raymond Logan Zoom Brian Blackham   Brian Blackham and Raymond Logan  Two well-known representational painters talk about their work, routines, and life during COVID-19.
ZoomTableIconStephenRowe ZoomTableIconKristinBrin  

Kristin Brin and Stephen Rowe

Two painters discuss their large-scale work and Abstract Expressionist influences.
   0-Zoom Table Icon Michael Hirsh   Michael Hirsh Interview with the ceramicist and expert in Mid-Century and Art Deco ware
  ZoomTableIconMalloryMorrison   Mallory Morrison Underwater Photographer gives a tour and talk in her downtown LA studio
  ZoomTableIconJoeVilaiwan   Joe Vilaiwan Interview with the globe-trotting Jewelry Artist, Zooming in from Thailand

ART DEMONSTRATION AND LESSON:

   ZoomTableIconChristopherMurphy   Christopher Murphy Painting Demonstration and Lesson for Children

 More Zoom interviews with artists and art professionals will be posted this summer.

You can continue to visit all of our artists' virtual booths by clicking HERE or by clicking on Artists at the top of this page.

 

Hello Art Show Fans & Followers - take a quick survey!  We would like YOUR HELP in crafting a captivating Fall 2020 VIRTUAL Art Show.  Please take the following (7) question survey to help us better understand your interests and input as a potential visitor and participant.  Enter your contact information at the end of the survey to be entered into a raffle to win some awesome Beverly Hills swag!

SURVEY LINK:

OCTOBER VIRTUAL ART SHOW SURVEY

 

The Art Show features art by over 240 artists from around the nation who showcase their work in painting, sculpture, watercolor, photography, mixed media, ceramics, glass, jewelry, drawing, and printmaking. The Show typically takes place across four linear blocks of historic Beverly Gardens in the heart of Beverly Hills.

This spring, as we followed the Safer at Home Order to mitigate the impact of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the on-site show was cancelled.  In its place, we were happy we could bring you, our Beverly Hills Art Show Community, a virtual art show, and to continue to provide a forum for our 2020 artists, musicians,and more.