Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.
-Albert Einstein

Silo118 presents BODY

by lesliedinaberg on September 27, 2017

 

Kabuku, by Patricia Houghton Clarke, currently on view at Silo118.

Kabuku, photograph by Patricia Houghton Clarke, currently on view at Silo118.

On view through November 8, Silo118 features artists JoAnn Belson, Patricia Houghton Clarke, Steven DePinto, Max Gleason, Skye Gwilliam, Jay Peterzell and Patricia Post in a show called “BODY,” focusing on pieces working with the human form.

Located in the heart of Santa Barbara’s Funk Zone, Silo118 is a historic grain silo, now serving as an intimate gallery welcoming emerging and established contemporary artists and photographers to bring their imagination to life.

TwoBlue by JoAnn Belson, acrylic, gesso and torn paper, standing almost 7 feet tall, on view at Silo118.

TwoBlue by JoAnn Belson, acrylic, gesso and torn paper, standing almost 7 feet tall, on view at Silo118.

Silo118 Gallery is located is located at 118-B Gray Ave. in the Funk Zone, open Thursday-Sunday from noon-5 p.m.

Empyrean Dive, oil and mixed media by Max Gleason, on view at Silo118Gallery.

Empyrean Dive, oil and mixed media by Max Gleason, on view at Silo118Gallery.

Leslie Dinaberg

Originally published in Santa Barbara Seasons on September 27, 2017.

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