BHS Winter Art Show 2022
BHS Winter Art Show 2022
BHS Winter Art Show 2022

Bayside Historical Society's 21st Annual Winter Art Show

Virtual Show and Exhibit at Bay Terrace Shopping Center

Bayside Historical Society’s annual Winter Art Show features contemporary Queens artists working in all media. For the safety of our artists and visitors, the 2022 show will be a combined virtual and live event. Artists will submit photos of their work to be exhibited in virtual "galleries" on the BHS website. The show will run for the entire month of February 2022.


The 2022 exhibitions are now closed. Thanks to all those who participated in the 21st Annual Winter Art Show — see you next year!

View Show Selections


We have once again been invited by Bay Terrace Shopping Center to exhibit in their stores. For the month of February, selections from the BHS Annual Winter Art Show will be on display at the Bay Terrace Shopping Center. Swing by to view the beautiful creations of local artists who reside, work or study in Queens. Artwork will be on showcased in and to the right of the former Tess Morgan store, which is located between the former Victoria's Secret store and the stairway to the upper level (212-59 26th Ave).

Art Show Commentary


The BHS Annual Winter Art Show has traditionally been a lively social occasion at the Castle. The highlight of the art show's opening reception has been the presentation of awards determined by a team of judges led by Neill Slaughter, Professor Emeritus, Fine Arts at Long Island University. 


This year's restrictions meant that virtual galleries took the place of a personal, up-close connection with the artworks. In lieu of specific awards, we asked Professor Slaughter to use this as an opportunity to comment on the work of every artist. We are grateful for his observations on this year’s show and for his willingness to join us on our virtual adventure. 


Bayside Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your generous support, especially during these unprecedented times, is deeply appreciated.

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs