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Sunday, January 12th, 2014 | Author:

I’m very excited to welcome Jane Deering back into town after her hiatus back east. It is wonderful to have another great gallery to visit, and this show looks great. There are so many names I don’t recognize! Make sure to check it out. You can see more images from the show on Jane’s webiste: www.janedeeringgallery.com

 

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Monday, February 06th, 2012 | Author:

Jane Deering Gallery

next in the Short Talks Series ……

Meet the Flat Files !

join us Thursday . February 9th . 6-7pm

for an informal presentation of the special art collection in the flat files*

128 E. Canon Perdido Street . 805-966-3334 . janedeeringallery.com

 

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*The Flat Files contain affordable works by American and European contemporary artists including : Richard Aber, Gail Barker, Geoffrey Bayliss, Rana Begum,  Nell Campbell,   Barrie Cooke,  Roger Craton, Arturo Di Stefano, Ann Diener, Linda Ekstrom, Mary Heebner, Wayne McCall, Hughie O’Donoghue, Dana Salvo, Marie Schoeff, Christina Seely, Dawn Southworth, Emily Speed, Youngsuk Suh, Joan Tanner, Juni Van Dyke,  Hazel Walker, Gina Werfel.   Works by many of the artists are in major museum and private collections.


ABOUT THE FLAT FILE PROJECT  

The Flat File Project is a collection of artworks  housed in Santa Barbara at Jane Deering Gallery.  Participating artists work in a wide range of media including graphite, ink, a variety of paints, photography, printmaking and collage.  

 

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Although many of the artists with work in the Project are based in the Santa Barbara area, living in the region is not a requirement for participation.

The Project lives in a series of flat file drawers at Jane Deering Gallery. Each participating artist has a portfolio in a drawer that contains six to twelve artworks (each in an archival clear plastic sleeve) along with a copy of the artist’s resume and  all necessary information about the artworks in the portfolio — the title, date, medium, size and price of each work. The drawers are open to the public during gallery hours, Tuesday through Saturday, 11 AM to 5 PM and Sunday 1-4pm.  It is not necessary to schedule an appointment to view work in the drawers. The Project is a great resource for artists, curators and collectors.

The concept for The Flat File Project began at Pierogi, an artist run gallery in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. Pierogi was founded by artist Joe Amrhein in the mid-1990’s with the idea of making works on paper available to a larger audience.   In 1999, the Bernard Toale Gallery brought the concept to Boston.  Jane Deering (originally from the Boston area) has long admired this project and is pleased to bring the concept to Santa Barbara.

 

Jane Deering Gallery
128 E. Canon Perdido Street . Santa Barbara CA  93101