The Art Show features nearly 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.
We thank you for your continued support of City programs and virtual events during these challenging times and look forward to welcoming you back in person as soon as it's safe!
The Fall Beverly Hills Virtual Art Show featured live zoom studio tours, home tours, panels, and interviews with artists. New to this show were on-site workshops offered by artists in the historical gardens of Greystone Park!
Here are some of the Zoom videos from the October Art Show.
Painter Karin Brauns discusses her paintings and love of animals.
Steven Clark, collector of BH Art Show artists and retired Ranger Supervisor, guides us through his Santa Fe property and art collection, with help from fellow art lover Clete Keith.
Sculptor David Falossi gives us a tour of his desert studio and home, and discusses his development as an artist with art professor Robert Miller.
Photographer Shakir Muwwakkil discusses his portrait imagery, and the influences of fashion and politics.
Mixed media artist Anthony Poon is interviewed by Los Angeles art critic Shana Nys Dambrot.
Painter Kat Shoa is interviewed by artist Kristina Faragher.
Glass sculptor Scott Slagerman is with sculpture professor Adam Teraoka in Scott's fabulous studio.
Photographer Marshall Vanderhoof talks film photography, digital photography, black & white versus color, architectural and landscape work in his Brewery (downtown LA) studio.
Live workshops, attended by the public in the gardens of beautiful Greystone on October 17 & 18, were offered by these BH Art Show Artists. You can see their virtual booths here.
architectural photography with Jon Caputo
making copper jewelry with Deidre Greene
making scratchboard art with Andrea Hsu
architectural photography with Marshall Vanderhoof
watercolor painting with Kim Winberry