Ken Fallin is exhibiting his iconic celebrity portraits, old and new, this month in Los Angeles. The solo show, entitled "Ken Fallin Draws Hollywood,"
opens today at the Hamilton-Selway Fine Art Gallery
. Fallin submitted over 160 drawings to the gallery, most of them related to film and celebrity. Most of the published work is from his contributions to The Wall Street Journal
including the drawings of Liza Minelli, Colin Firth, George Lucas, and Paul Newman.
Fallin created several new drawings just for the gallery show, Bette Davis in "All About Eve", Marlon Brando in "A Streetcar Named Desire", "The Godfather", "Casablanca", and "Midnight Cowboy." Additionally, he drew all of this year's nominees for the Best Actor and Best Actress Oscars: Glenn Close, Jean Dujardin, Rooney Mara, Meryl Streep, Brad Pitt, Michelle Williams, Viola Davis, George Clooney, and Demi'an Bichir.
"Ken Fallin Draws Hollywood" opens tonight in Los Angeles. It will run until February 25th
. For more information, visit the gallery's website
See more of Ken Fallin's illustrations here.