The City of Beverly Hills Community Services Department is holding its spring Beverly Hills Art Show on May 15 and 16, a bi-annual event now in its 47th year, by offering live master classes and an art exhibit area featuring local artists in the gardens of Greystone Mansion and Gardens, 905 Loma Vista Drive. Reservations are required and can be made at beverlyhills.org/bhrec under the special events tab.
Eight highly skilled artists will lead intimate master class workshops in watercolor, drawing, mixed media, architectural and landscape photography, ceramics and jewelry making. Participants will be able to learn and be part of an engaging, interactive artistic experience. Space is limited, so early registration is advised. Artists will have artwork on display for purchase as well.
“We are excited to showcase a few amazing Art Show artists in Master Class workshops” said Brooke Putich, Art Show coordinator and the city’s arts and culture recreation supervisor. “The public will also have a chance to wander through various booths featuring art from local artists.”
In addition, beginning Monday, May 10, Beverly Hills Art Show Online will feature interviews with artists, painting instruction and more. The online gallery will give people an opportunity to view artwork from over 200 artists from around the country. The gallery will feature artwork in painting, sculpture, watercolor, photography, mixed media, ceramics, glass, jewelry, drawing and printmaking. Artists will have artwork for purchase. To access Beverly Hills Art Show Online, visit beverlyhills.org/artshow.
For questions about the workshops or information, call the Community Service Department’s Arts & Culture Division at (310)285-6830.
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