Monday, August 03rd, 2015 | Author:

Santa Barbara Printmakers

Monday, August 03rd, 2015 | Author:

Please note that the deadline for reservations has been moved to August 8. So there is still time to sign up!

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015 | Author:

Get your walking shoes on. Bring your checkbooks. Support these local arts establishments. Have fun.

Funk Zone Art Walk

Tuesday, July 21st, 2015 | Author:
There is a Funk Zone Art Walk on Friday from 5 – 8. I’ve already posted about a couple of new spaces that will be open on the evening, and here is one more to highlight. I’ll have the full roster posted later this week.
STUDIO 121 @ 121 Santa Barbara upstairs from Stand Up Paddle Sports
See the work of
Micheal Irwin
Jeanne Dentzel
Dug Uyesaka
dug uyesaka

Dug Uyesaka

jeanne dentzel

Jeanne Dentzel

mike irwin

Michael Irwin

Monday, July 20th, 2015 | Author:

GraySpace GallerySanta Barbara, CA – GraySpace is pleased to join the Funk Zone Arts District this summer as its newest art gallery. The gallery presents exhibitions of contemporary abstract art from artists working locally and beyond. Please join us on Friday, July 24th from 5-8pm during the Funk Zone Art Walk for the opening of our inaugural exhibition, 3 Melodies.
3 Melodies will feature local artists Charlene Broudy, Carolyn Fox and Steven Gilbar. Charlene Broudy works to create colorful abstractions in acrylic on panel and canvas. She has been working as a fine artist and designer, producing paintings inspired by the vibrancy of Costa Rica, where she and her husband created the resort hotel, Xandari. Immersed in painting the Ojai valley since the 1980’s, Carolyn Fox is also inspired by her surrounding landscape with its lush gardens, oak trees, and ring of tall arid mountains. Her new body of work, “Roller Paintings,” are the product of experimentation with a new process that allows for luxuriously wide, flowing lines of color, creating large curves and compositions. The paintings’ consistent interplay of cool and warm with intense and muted color possess an elemental feel of rock, water, sand, and sky. Steven Gilbar is a self-taught artist originally inspired by the collage of architect Richard Meyer. From there, his work evolved from collage into mixed media and finally painting. His process, while intuitive, continues to draw from the artists and history of those before him.

GraySpace welcomes the community to our gallery and hopes to see you at our grand opening. GraySpace Gallery is open Friday through Sunday from 12pm to 5pm and by appointment. We are located at 219 Gray Ave between Yanonali and Montecito Street.
For inquiries please contact us by phone at 805.886.0552 or by email at