September 21 Funk Zone Art Walk

Please join us on Friday, September 21st from 5-8pm for the Funk Zone Art Walk, coordinated by The Arts Fund.
The Arts Fund started the Funk Zone Art Walk over 5 years ago to highlight the neighborhood’s vibrant artistic community and support local businesses. The Funk Zone Art Walk occurs on the 3rd Friday of every other month. Visit artsfundsb.org for more information.
On Friday, September 21, 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.

1) The Arts Fund

205-C Santa Barbara Street

25th Anniversary Teen Arts Mentorship Program Exhibition

 

2) MichaelKate Interiors

132 Santa Barbara Street

3rd Annual Funk Zone Artist Showcase

Over 20 Artists with studios or galleries in the Funk Zone.

 

3) Wall Space@Waterline

120 Santa Barbara Street

Portrait of Cuba

Santa Barbara photographer Nell Campbell focuses her lens on the vibrant culture of Cuba.

 

4)Sol Hill Studio

111-C Santa Barbara Street

Urban Warp

A collaborative exhibit of Chad Avery & Sol Hill’s divergent visions of the urban environment.

 

5) Marlyn Daggett Art Studio

111-C1 Santa Barbara Street

In Your Face: Cakes & Cocks

Oil Paintings. Expressionist. Abstract. Figurative

 

6) Karen Lehrer Studio

111-A1 Santa Barbara Street

Open Studio, newest work from Erosion Series

 

7) Mason Street Studios

121-A East Mason Street

Paintings and ceramics by William Galzerano, Emily Morrill, and Andrew Truong

 

8) Colorfield Arts Studio

120 Gray Ave.

Contemporary/Minimalist Art

 

9) Gone Gallery

219 Gray Ave

New Work by Dari Mos & Skye Gwilliam

 

10) GraySpace Gallery

219 Gray Ave

Erik ReeL: Zero Point ; Blurred Boundaries: Fashion as an Art

Non-objective painting by Erik ReeL, plus stunning International Fashion Design

 

11) Lafond Winery

111 E Yanonali St

Watercolors by Karin Shelton

 

12) Santa Barbara Winery

202 Anacapa Street

Sunsets, Sails & Sea

Niki Lunn’s vivid abstract expressionist acrylic paintings

 

13) LoveWorn

11 Anacapa St.

 Society

New Work and Fall Artisan Creations

 

14) La Chambre Photographique

214 Helena Ave

Underland

Photographic explorations beneath the sunlit land

 

15) Seven Bar

224 Helena street

Fuck your Flowers … I want Followers 

Showcase of POP Americana by Wallace Is Art

 

16) The Blue Door

4 E Yanonali St

Yarn Painted Skulls

Local artist Nash Cooper creates yarn painted skulls by laying fine cotton thread across the surface of an authentic steer skull

 

 

 

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