One of my untitled pieces is hanging in an ongoing show at the Karpeles Manuscript Museum in Santa Barbara. There will be opening receptions on two First Thursdays, December 4 and March 5. Please drop by.
Now at the Karpeles:
I have finished my last panel for the Vera Cruz House here in Santa Barbara. The panel is a light-hearted flash-back of symbols of my time in Roma from ’58-’62’; La Boca de Verita, a Roman theatre mask and the She Wolf with Romulus & Remus.
Do you appreciate abstract art? Then take a moment and visit the Faulkner Gallery at the downtown library here in Santa Barbara to see one of the best art shows on the South Coast. I am happy to report have two pieces in this juried show. Hurry over. The show comes down this Friday, October 31st at 10 AM.
You are invited to visit Gallery 113 (http://sbartassoc.org/gallery-113/) Located at 1114 State Street in the picturesque La Arcada court in downtown Santa Barbara. Gallery 113 is open seven days a week, excluding major holidays. The gallery hours are: Monday- Saturday, 11am – 5pm and Sunday, 1 – 5pm. Call 965-6611 for more information.
I have two juried pieces that are in the show. Please stop by!
Thanks to my architect friend Glen Deisler who introduced me architect Jeff Shelton who designed the Vera Cruz House at 521 Santa Barbara Street in Santa Barbara. The house is unique as it is covered with paintings by local artists. I have contributed four paintings to the project, two of which have been mounted on the house. Treat yourself- stop by the house and feast your eyes. (It is a private residence, and you need permission to walk around the house).
Vera Cruz House, 521 Santa Barbara Street, Santa Barbara, CA_IMG_4912
Quality prints of my Vera Cruz paintings are available for purchase.