San Pedro Art Association Sale

Hello Readers: I recently sold my first piece at the San Pedro Art Association. What fun! Thanks, friends!

Featured on This is Us

An art piece by Beverly was recently featured on the hit TV program This is Us (episode 14 of season 3).  You can see the piece on the mantle between the two characters.

How exciting!


Two new pieces on display, and for sale, at Palos Verdes Art Center

The following pieces have been selected to be on display and for sale at The Shop in the Palos Verdes Art Center.

Stop by soon to view, or purchase, a Beverly Holman art piece! Scroll down to view location details, hours of operation, and contact information for Palos Verdes Art Center.

Location details:

5504 West Crestridge Road
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275

Phone: 310.541.2479
Fax: 310.541.9520

Gallery Hours
10 am – 4 pm Mondays – Saturdays
1 – 4 pm Sundays
(closed major holidays)

The Winter Show: Featuring Beverly Holman Art (December 7, 2018-January 2, 2019)

Stop by this show any time between December 7 and January 2. Scroll down to view the details.

The Winter Show
December 7, 2018– January 2, 2019
Entry Deadline: November 16, 2018

The Winter Show is a juried all-media exhibition hosted by Palos Verdes Art Center that is open for entry exclusively to PVAC members. Not a member yet?

You can join Palos Verdes Art Center by at or by calling 310-541-2479.

Juror: Dan McCaw

Dan McCaw is a contemporary American artist who lives and works in Torrance, California. His work is a bridge between his traditional background and the contemporary influences that continually impact his art.

Dan was a faculty member of ArtCenter College of Design for over fifteen years. In 2007 he was given an Honorary Doctorate degree by the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. He has had over forty solo exhibitions, written an instructional book, and has had numerous national and international articles written about him.

Calendar for Winter Show:

Online Submission Dates via Monday, Oct. 15 – Friday Nov. 16

Take–in of Selected Works: Friday, Nov. 30 from 9:00 to 11:00 am

Exhibition Dates: Dec. 7 – Jan. 2

Opening Reception: Friday, Dec. 7, 7 –9pm

Juror’s Talk: Friday, Dec. 7:00 pm

Online Submission Procedure:

Go to

Create a CaFE artist profile

In Photoshop or any software that allows resizing, reduce your images to 72dpi, less than 5 MB and no smaller than 1920 pixels on the longest side. Upload your images to your profile.

Apply to Call, The Winter Show

2D works: artist may one image per piece.

3D works: artist may submit up to three pieces per entry

Three pieces allowed per entry, either 2D, 3D, or mixed.

For assistance, call CaFE Support at 303-629-1166 or contact Val Simon at 805-300-8946, email

Copyright 2017 Palos Verdes Art Center

Beverly Holman Art: Featured in Just Steampunk Volume 12

The following art pieces will be featured in Just Steampunk Magazine Volume 12

These art pieces are called “N, I, and R”. These art pieces are made with composite bronze colored birds, mini dice, dominoes, compasses, soda pop bottle caps, buttons, spinners, Coke bottle key rings, moon face charms, brass baseball cap, Monopoly game top hats and Scottie dog game pieces. The baby blocks are mounted on red painted metal handles resting on old pill boxes on top of baking tart tins.

This art piece is called “Feline Wishes.” It is made from a metal cat candle holder and a glass jar of wish bones on a wood block, with a compass on top. This piece is decorated with part of a watch bracelet. Cars, face, and feet are hand painted and the body has metal flags along the side.

This art piece is called “Cat Call.” It is made from a cat styled candle holder, decorated with wooden blocks, holding a wine press pencil sharpener, with a pair of sheep resting on top, vintage doll head wearing a cake decorating tip as a hat with a red dice as a topper, vintage porcelain doll wearing a baseball cap is at the back of the cat, an oven thermometer trimmed with a watch bracelet and secret sign. The body of the cat has metal flags along the sides and the cat tail has a spring. The cat’s face and feet are hand painted.

This art piece is called “Where Am I”. This doll is made with a vintage doll head, mounted on a fluted flowerpot resting on an old tin candlestick holder. The hat is made from wood gear with vintage buttons, light bulb, toy jacks, part of an old measuring stick, black cherry soda bottle cap, large and mini toy compasses, Monopoly Game Scottie Dog. This moon face charm doll has metal springs for hair.

This art piece is called “Spring Lamb”. It is made from a composite lamb resting on painted red wheels with spinners, mounted on a brass candlestick. Composite bronze colored bird is riding on lamb’s back wearing a Monopoly Game top hat. Lamb is wearing a metal mini tart tin for a hat, decorated with springs and a compass, spinner on lambs nos. BAA is spelled out with old wood printing block letters and bells decorate the lambs tail with a Monopoly Game Scottie Dog. Vintage doll swinging from the front wheels decorated with a water gear and baby button with a cake decorating tip hat with a spinner.

This art piece is called “Yea?” It is made from an inverted metal flower pot with red painted trim mounted on a brass candlestick, with a vintage doll head wearing a wood gear hat, decorated with toy jacks, metal springs for hair, light bulb, toy handcuff eye glasses, “Yea ?” sign, mini dominoes, mini compasses, spinner, Monopoly Game Scottie dog, moon face charms and metal flag trim.

This art piece is called “Pixie Kewpie Doll”. It is made from a can of Kewpie Pork and Beans. Can is mounted on a deco style candle stand with a vintage doll head wearing a copper funnel as a hat, with lots of metal springs for hair, parts of wood measuring sticks decorate the hat, mini and regular size compasses, toy dice and a toy jack, spinner, watch gears, buttons, mini doll head, and black cherry soda bottle cap.

This art piece is called “My Graf Zeppelin”. It is made from a toy zeppelin mounted onto a part of a candlestick, clock gear and bottom part of a clarinet, mini toy compasses, lots of gears, spinners, handmade propeller, anchor, flag along with toy jacks.

Click here to order a unique Beverly Holman art piece.

These Beverly Holman Art pieces are now available at Vineyard Antiques in Paso Robles

The following pieces are now available at Vineyard Antiques in Paso Robles.

Stop by today to view, or purchase, a Beverly Holman Art piece!

Just Steampunk Magazine, Volume Eleven: Featuring Beverly Holman Art

The below Beverly Holman steampunk art pieces are now featured in Just Steampunk Magazine, Volume Eleven. Click the link to purchase a copy of the popular magazine! If you are interested in purchasing a Beverly Holman art piece, please contact Beverly here. Thank you!

From the Scott Publications website: Scott Publications is pleased to announce the eleventh volume of the highly-successful Just Steampunk! Steampunk is vague in definition; Just Steampunk! magazine defines it as an art form that mixes the styles of past generations (such as the Victorian era) with modern conveniences. Works of art feature materials such as antique watch parts, keys and gears in vintage color schemes of browns, gold and metallics. This special issue features this unique style in all its glory, highlighting works of art in all types of media: paper arts, polymer clay, dolls, jewelry, accessories and more. Including full color photographs showcasing projects from a variety of talented designers, Just Steampunk Volume 11 is sure to satisfy the demand of die hard fans, or whet the appetite of the newly curious. Warning: Steampunk art may become addictive!

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