Join us this Friday, October 30th from 5-8pm in the Funk Zone for the Art Walk!
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 various other interactive activities. We are thrilled to be having food trucks and live musicians join us as well. The event is free to the public and welcomes all age groups.
Below is a list of this coming Art Walk’s October 30th happenings:
Live music by local singer/songwriter Marley Quinn, and others to be announced.
Nimita’s Cuisine boasts Ayurvedic Indian Food with delicious vegetarian options geared towards promoting healthy alternatives to quick and easy street food, sourcing from local produce farmers.
ConFusion Street Cuisine bridges the gap between gourmet food and street cuisine, offering an edgy fusion of Asian flavors and California cuisine.
The Arts Fund 205C Santa Barbara St. Opening reception for Unintended Consequences, mixed media, sculpture, installation & video by Ro Snell, George Sanders, Tom Pazderka, Alice Wang & Vanesa Gingold.
The Blue Door 4 E Yanonali St. Oil painting, photography, watercolor, & wood sculpture by artists Rick Doehring, Michael C. Armour, William Dorsey, & Peter Max.
Gallerie Silo 118B Gray Ave. Opening reception for EQUUS by Michael C. Armour, oils. Refreshments served.
GraySpace Gallery 219 Gray Ave. Abstractions: 2 Artists 2 Palettes, abstract paintings by Stuart Ochiltree & Charlene Broudy.
Gone Gallery 219 Gray Ave. No Fi, urban, street, & tattoo art by artists Skye Gwilliam, Martin Diaz, Chadillac Green, Matt Rodriguez, Uriel Leon (CBS), Ken Knox, & Jake Vantiger.
Koplin/Levin Studio 206 Gray Ave. Unintended Hair, open studio of artists Dan Levin and Philip Koplin featuring fresh, new whimsical and witty assemblage, sculptures, drawings and monotypes.
Hotel Indigo Santa Barbara – MCASB Satellite 117 State St. Magic Mountain, mystical works by ten artists exploring the relationship of humans and the natural world.
MichaelKate Interiors and Art Gallery 132 Santa Barbara St. Mood Swing, large-scale moody works by local artists Iben G. Vestergaard, Tom Post, and Rosemarie C. Gebhart.
Reds Bin 211 211 Helena Ave. Stepping High: Faces of the Movement, portrait travel photography by Elizabeth Peace from Jamaica.
Seven Bar & Kitchen 224 Helena Ave. Uzemeum, spray paint and acrylic on canvas and recycled/found materials by David J Diamant.
Studio 121 121 Santa Barbara St. Open studio of local artists Dug Uyesaka, Mike Irwin, & Jeanne Dentzel featuring guest artist Chris Stone. Large abstracts, assemblage, edgy florals & funky materials.
wall space gallery 116 E Yanonali C1. Aline Smithson: Portrait as Autobiography show preview supporting Smithson’s just released monograph, Self & Others, Portrait as Autobiography.