Feb. 3 Funk Zone Art Walk

PLEASE JOIN US ON FRIDAY, February 3rd from 5-8PM FOR THE FUNK ZONE ART WALK

The Funk Zone Art Walk is a bi-monthly event initiated to highlight the neighborhood’s vibrant artistic

community. On February 3rd, one dozen artist studios, galleries, and art-centric venues open their doors to the public from 5-8pm, making it the ideal opportunity to casually experience the Funk Zone’s art scene. At any given venue, visitors can expect events such as exhibition openings, artist receptions, open studios, insightful art lectures or demonstrations, pop-up artist booths, beer and wine tastings, and various other interactive activities.

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Below is a list of this coming Funk Zone Art Walk February 3rd happenings:

1) The Arts Fund

The American Dream curated by Beware of the Humans

Socially conscious works by a diverse group of Santa Barbara artists

205-C Santa Barbara St.

 

2) MichaelKate Interiors & Gallery

Stasis and Momentum

Abstract art by Jack N. Mohr, Mary Neville and Kurt A. Waldo.

132 Santa Barbara St.

 

3) Guilded Table

Artisan Collective – demonstrations and custom goods from our various vendors

120 Santa Barbara St.

 

 

4) Studio 121

Jeanne Dentzel, Michael Irwin, Dug Uyesaka

Guest Artist – Mary D Thompson

121 Santa Barbara Street, 2nd floor

 

5) Marlyn Daggett – Mcubed.STUDIO 

Abstract figurative expressionist oil paintings by Marlyn Mixed Media

111-C1 Santa Barbara Street

 

6) Mason Street Studios

Galzerano, Koplin, Pedersen, Sattler.

New work.

121 East Mason St

 

7) SiloGallerie

Come Back as a Mountain

Large paintings by Neal Crosbie

118 Gray Avenue

 

8) GraySpace Gallery

Embodied Alchemy: Rotating Creation

Introducing Susan Bass

219 Gray Avenue

 

9)  The Youth Interactive Funk Zone Shop

Local artworks and hand crafted artisanal products for sale.

Shop4Good 100 % of the profits go back to support young creatives and their mentors.

209 Anacapa Street

 

10) Seahorse Gallery

Nudes  Featuring legendary celebrity photographer, Greg Gorman, along with local Santa Barbara photographers, Joyce Wilson, Chris Buckpitt, and  Oliver Tollison. Gorman will sign his new book, “Private Works”

12 Helena Ave

 

11) Brass Bear Brewing & Bistro

Where the Wild Things Are

Local artist, Alana Clumeck, brings a bold contemporary take on the American West.

28 Anacapa, Unit E

 

12) Sol Hill Studio

Sublime Noise: Hill’s first series of metagraphs exploring the boundaries of photographic technology examine human figures transcending their literal self.

111-C Santa Barbara St.

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