Exploring “Unintended Consequences”


“Unintended Consequences” are being explored in a new show at the Santa Barbara Arts Fund Gallery.  The work of five local artists is being featured in the show, including some UCSB graduate students. And, (unintended) two of the artists are a mother and her son.

Charles Donelan, executive arts editor of the Santa Barbara Independent, is guest curator of the exhibit. He gave me a sneak-peek behind the scenes, and shares some of the many ‘unintended’ circumstances surrounding the show.

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The show opens Friday evening (10/30) with an artist reception (5-8 pm, the public is invited) and runs through December 5, 2015.

Also See: Nancy Gifford Home Tour – Homes & Art 

The Santa Barbara Arts Fund Gallery is located in the Funk Zone, at 205-C Santa Barbara Street. For more information on “Unintended Consequences” and the non-profit Santa Barbara Arts Fund, go to artsfundsb.org