FUNK ZONE ART WALK– Friday, February 9th

PLEASE JOIN US ON FRIDAY, February 9th 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. This February walk is a make-up for the January walk that was cancelled due to the Thomas Fire and Montecito mudslide. The next Funk Zone Art Walk will be next month, March, and will continue to be bimonthly for the rest of the year.

On February 9th over a 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, live music and performances, 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 9th happenings:

 

1.) The Arts Fund

205-C Santa Barbara St.

Northern Exposure curated by John Hood featuring work by Adrienne Allebe, Emily Baker, Amiko Matsuo, and Patrick Trimbath.

 

2.) MichaelKate Interiors

132 Santa Barbara St.

Click II: Creative Photography. Works by Stephen Robeck, Sol Hill, Carol Paquet, Patricia Houghton Clark, and Jim McKinnis.

 

3.) Studio 121

121 Santa Barbara St.

Paintings and works on paper by Michael Irwin, Jeanne Dentzel and Dug Uyesaka.

 

4.) Karen Lehrer Studio

111-A Santa Barbara St.

Current works featuring Non-Objective Contemporary Images and Abstract Landscapes.

 

5.) Marlyn Daggett Studio

111-C Santa Barbara St.

Thomas fire. Mud slide. Valentine series. Figurative. Abstract.

 

6.) The Guilded Table

120 Santa Barbara St.

Exhibitions from Wall Space Creative and Sullivan Goss: Extracurricular.

 

7.) Wall Space Creative at the Waterline

120 Santa Barbara St.

Sea Change – Photographic work by Marian Crostic.

 

8.) Mason Street Studios

121-A East Mason St.

Work by Lisa Pederson, William Galzerano, Emily Morrill, and Sheryl Denbo.

 

9.) Silo 118
 
118 Gray Ave.
 
RIVER – Oil paintings and works on paper by Michael C. Armour.
 
 
10.) Colorfield Arts Studio
 
120 Gray Ave.
 
Minimalist/Contemporary Art

 

11.) The Shopkeepers

137 Anacapa St.

Finding the Moment: The Journey of Alan Kozlowski.

 

12.) La Chambre Photographique

214 Helena Ave.

Fissure – Photographs by Lindsey Ross.

 

13.) Impact Hub

10 E. Yanonali St.

East of Yesterday: A Celebration! FunkZone history in murals by Ruth Ellen Hoag.

 

14.) LoveWorn

11 Anacapa St.

Artisan clothing shop. Hand silk screened, patched and studded sweaters, etc.

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