You Are Invited

Open Studio This Weekend 

Every year the studio gets a good cleaning and turns into a little gallery.  New work hangs on the walls and I get a chance to host friends and visitors in my treasured workshop.  This year, Mary Ince, my studio mate and I are sharing the barn with Kerrie Smith, while she is renovating her studio space.  It is shaping up to be a wonderful collection of diverse work, that truly speaks to one another.

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Open Studio hours are 11-5 Saturday and Sunday and 11-2 on Monday.

Send me an email if you need directions!

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LABOR DAY

LABOR DAY WEEKEND

I Dared, oil on canvas 30x72"

I Dared, oil on canvas 30x72"

Open Studio Tour

Santa Barbara Studio Artists

You are invited to our open studio tour. Feel free to pick up a ticket at my studio or at our opening reception.

2017 Tour Opening Reception 

Friday, September 1, 5:00-8:00 Pm

10 West Gallery
10 W. Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101

My Open Studio Hours:

SATURDAY, SUNDAY,  MONDAY

September 2-5, 2017
Labor Day Weekend
11:00 AM TO 5:00 PM SATURDAY AND SUNDAY  *  11:00 AM TO 2 PM MONDAY


The spring, summer, is quite a hectic time for people in their lives, but then it comes to autumn, and to winter, and you can’t but help think back to the year that was, and then hopefully looking forward to the year that is approaching.~ Enya
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What's on the horizon....

Eyes of Another  The Arts Fund, Santa Barbara  Nov. 10-January 7, 2018

 A River's Journey Wildling Musueum   February - July 2018

ART REVIEW: Variety as Spice and Creative Grease by Joseph Woodard

Santa Barbara NewsPress/Scene

'Juxtaposition' brings together a group of wellknown local artists

A different shade of summery art enters the exhibition picture courtesy of the summer/beach/R&R aura of Holli Harmon's small and evocative gouache on art board images. Here images of people at leisure or of Santa Barbara harbor and wharf lights reflected on nocturnal water contain none of that post-Modernist, Eric Fischl-style air of critique, but instead embrace the innocence of the gesture, as if transforming family or "found" photographs into the stuff of hand-painted art.....Joseph Woodard