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FUNK ZONE ART WALK
February 5th, 2015 5:00 – 8:00 PM
The Art Walk is the Funk Zone’s bi-quarterly event initiated to highlight the neighborhood’s vibrant artistic community. Roughly every eight weeks, over a dozen artist studios, galleries, and art-centric venues open their doors to the public from 5-8pm, making it the ideal day to casually experience the Funk Zone’s cultural offerings. At any given venue, visitors can expect events such as exhibition openings and artist receptions, insightful art lectures, live music and performances, pop-up artist booths, beer and wine tastings, and food trucks. The event is free to the public and welcomes all age groups.Sean Anderson - Violet Basics
Below is a list of this coming Art Walk’s February 5th happenings:

The Arts Fund
205C Santa Barbara St
Exhibition Opening, Artist Reception for South County Sampler, a “taste” of singular portions of the fare of eight accomplished artists who all reside in the small beach community of Carpinteria, CA.

The Blue Door
4 E Yanonali St
richard-mann-bio-1Featured art by and meet-and-greet with Richard Mann, who painted in in his Funk Zone studio throughout the 1970’s. His works and site-specific installations are housed in both private and public collections around the world.

Gallerie Silo
118B Gray Ave
Eros–Art of the Sensuous: An exhibition of curves, lines and colors. Paintings and Pastels by Michael C. Armour, Photographic Constructions by Steven DePinto.

GONE Gallery
219 Grey Ave
“ART SHOW” is an art show presented by David Diamant and Matt Rodriguez.
This exhibition is for ONE NIGHT ONLY! These two artists will be showing a retrospective of works on canvas and recycled materials such as plexiglass and wood as well as a new pieces and a few collaborative works. Along with the larger pieces, there will be a significant section of smaller pieces available in the signature style of these two artists.

GraySpace Gallery
219 Gray Ave
Abstractions: 2 Woman Artists, abstract paintings by Dahlia Riley and Peggy Ferris, a simple play of color and rhythm in a visual melody that words cannot describe, involving a mix of intention, intuition and chance. Refreshments will be served.

Hotel Indigo Santa Barbara – MCASB Satellite
117 State St
Magic Mountain exhibition featuring artists Zachary Cahill, Alyse Emdur, Chris Johanson, Boris Mikhailov, Yunhee Min, Shana Moulton, John Newling, Johan Rosenmunthe, Truong Cong Tung, and Hannah Vainstein. Art works explore the curative properties of nature, and investigate the inspiration for quests and obsessions, and the truths, mysteries, antidotes, and rabbit holes that arise along the way.

Mason Street Studios
121 E Mason St
The Funk Zone’s latest art venue, remixing three locals in one new space! New works by Philip Koplin, featuring a sampling of painting, drawing, assemblage and photography. Mix of New and Newer, landscape and abstract works by artist Lisa Pedersen in her studio. Mysterious World, a collection of sculpted paintings by Jill Sattler. Guest artist Hugh Margerum will be showing as well.

MichaelKate Interiors and Art Gallery
132 Santa Barbara St
CLICK! Works by four local contemporary photographers Miguel Fairbanks, Sol Hill, Letitia Haynes, Stephen Robeck.

Studio 121
121 Santa Barbara St.
Open studio showing new works of three artists featuring large scale abstract paintings by local educator Mike Irwin, contemporary abstract still life paintings by Jeanne Dentzel, and printmaking, assemblage and conceptual riddles in his numerous works on paper by local educator and arts activist Dug Uyesaka.

wall space gallery
116 E Yanonali C1
Carl Corey: Americaville Photographer and documentarian Carl Corey explores the unique cultural landscape of the Midwest. With humor and wit, Corey’s photographic observations are like singular postcards identifying physical and societal landmarks. The series started as a 480-mile walk across Wisconsin on the historic Yellowstone Trail with a roadside view of the cross section of the humanity that inhabits it. It ends as a vision of the individuality of the human condition. Carl Corey has been on the roster at wall space for 6 years, our last exhibition was the critically acclaimed Wisconsin Tavern League in 2012.

For more information about the Art Walk, please contact Camille Dupuis at wall space gallery at 805.637.3898, via email at camille@wall-spacegallery.com

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