Journal: Nothing Says "Merry Christmas" like a Ken Ebert Winter Scene

Nothing Says “Merry Christmas” like a Ken Ebert Winter Scene

By Petrolicious Productions
December 18, 2013

Ken Eberts began his career as an automotive designer for Ford, but has been an automotive painter ever since 1968. He paints a wide variety of scenes, and his paintings have been shown in museums, magazines, and at automotive events. What we love most about Ken’s work is the amount of wintry automotive holiday scenes of Christmas. Even if you aren’t in a cold or snowing location, and even if you don’t celebrate Christmas, it’s hard not to get caught up in the festiveness that Ken conveys in his work. Vintage automobiles, wreaths, lighted Christmas trees, carolers, families, holiday parties, and warm and well-lit houses are typical subjects of Ken Ebert’s winter scenes, and we want to jump right in to this festive town to celebrate with them (and we wouldn’t mind doing some donuts in some of those old cars as well).

Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all of our Petrolicious readers!

Click here and here to see more of Ken Eberts’ work. 

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Alex Clise
Alex Clise
10 years ago

Gorgeous scenes. Mr Eberts’ love of classic American architecture is quite obvious as well. I’m a car lover before a building lover, but the detail of the craftsman, victorian, and small town Main Street architecture is stunning! I find myself examining the architecture much more than the autos. Beautiful work.

Wolfgang Gullich
Wolfgang Gullich
10 years ago

I got to meet and talk with Mr Eberts at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance as I was working as a volunteer where he was signing the event poster he designed. Great car guy who’s very knowledgeable and can talk about vitually any make…you can talk to him for literally hours about cars and he’s happy to do it.

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