Silo118 Gallery Features Nine S.B. and D.C. Artists
Silo118 Gallery features nine S.B. and D.C. artists. Read story.
The distinctive historical building and patio dedicated to Galerie 707 set the scene for an eclectic mixture of artwork that spans multiple media. Pieces range from dreamlike, abstract oil paintings to colorful silk pillows and scarves to striking and contemporary glass-on-concrete mosaic sculptures, which are displayed at the gallery's front entrance. Read story.
A look at Carpinteria's new art space in the Eye of the Day Garden Design Center. Read story.
Santa Barbara resident Dr. David Karpeles divides his private collection of significant historical documents and manuscripts - the largest such collection in the world - among eight museums nationwide, all of which are open to the public, free of charge. Read story.
Entering Santa Barbara Art Studios is leaving the industrial section of town and walking into a perfumed and quiet cocoon-a shrine to imagination. The exhibitions aim to give expression to the commonplace in an exceptional manifestation: photos of the undersides of leaves, faces caught out of focus, boats listing haphazardly in the waves. Read story.
Entering Santa Barbara Art Studios is like leaving the industrial section of town and walking into a perfumed and quiet cocoon. Read story.
The Delphine Gallery accepts original series from regional artists, adapting its themes to the changing tastes of its featured talent and the public alike. Read story.
Brooks Students and Staff Exhibit Works Downtown
A new gallery space downtown will play host to numerous Brooks photography displays this June Read story.
The biggest benefit yet for The Frameworks/Caruso-Woods Gallery, which was burned out of its space last month, is happening this Friday, May 18, from 5-10 p.m. at Casa de la Guerra, with Spencer the Gardener playing a full-tilt concert. Tickets are only $10, so support your neighbors while having a blast. Read story.
The outpouring of community support keeps on coming for The Frameworks/Caruso-Woods Gallery, which was severely damaged by a fire last month. Read story.