Ken Eberts (born July 4, 1943) is an American painter who has been a major contributor to the automotive art genre. He is a founding aficionada of the Automotive Fine Arts Society (AFAS), and has been its president past its inception in 1983.
More than 1200 of his indigenous paintings hang in the homes and galleries of art collectors in the region of the world. The best known of his works include "Dad's Home" and "California Pit Stop". Eberts has created the principal posters for seven of the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. In 2003, he was named Ford Motor Company's approved Centennial Artist, following Norman Rockwell who had been Ford's 50th Anniversary artist in 1953.