The Art Show features art by 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 soon!
Below is the schedule for the Fall Beverly Hills Virtual Art Show featuring live zoom studio tours, home tours, panels, and interviews with artists. To view featured artists' work click their names below. New to this show were on-site workshops offered by artists in the historical gardens of Greystone Park!
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13th
5pm zoom interview: painter Kat Shoa interviewed by Kristina Faragher
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15th
5pm zoom interview: painter Karin Brauns discusses her animal paintings and animal advocacy
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17th
10am zoom interview: sculptor David Falossi interviewed by Robert Miller
12pm zoom home tour: Steven Clark discusses his collection of art from the Beverly Hills Art Show
1pm on-site workshop: making copper jewelry with Deidre Greene
2pm zoom panel discussion: painters Carol Klimek and Bethany Robert moderated by Martin Durazo
3pm on-site workshop: architecture photography with Marshall Vanderhoof
4pm zoom interview: Shakir Muwwakkil discusses his portrait photography
5pm LIVE Artist Appreciation and Awards Ceremony with Clete Keith and Karen McLean!
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18th
10am zoom interview: glass sculptor Scott Slagerman interviewed by Adam Teraoka
11am on-site workshop: making scratchboard art with Andrea Hsu
12pm zoom interview: mixed media artist Anthony Poon interviewed by Shana Nys Dambrot
1pm on-site workshop: watercolor painting with Kim Winberry
2pm zoom panel discussion: painters Steve Hodowsky and James Randle moderated by Paul Paiement
3pm on-site workshop: architecture photography with Jon Caputo
4pm zoom interview: Marshall Vanderhoof discusses his photography