Big Changes for Silo118

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We have closed the doors on the brick and mortar gallery and are converting to an on-line gallery. We continue to represent the fabulous artists already part of our roster and the list will continue to grow.  

 

Thanks to all who have supported Silo118 - friends, artists, the arts community of Santa Barbara, who welcomed this newbie from the east coast. A big shout out to Emily Morrill, my intrepid associate, who made all things possible. I plan to continue to do more interesting things  - pop-ups, exhibits in unexpected places, promoting relevant projects - as we build our new program.

 

I'll reach out as things develop - stay tuned!

 

Bonnie Rubenstein

 

PS:  If you haven’t read the NYTimes article below, treat yourself!


In the news: Alonzo Davis

Silo118 artist Alonzo Davis is a painter, sculptor, and social activist, especially advocating for minority artists. Read about him in a powerful NY Times article titled "Why Have There Been No Great Black Art Dealers?" Click here to read the article



If you weren't able to make it to a recent exhibition or if you want to revisit any of the art, Silo118 will continue to have pieces by Michael Armour, Neal Crosbie, Pausha Foley, Max Gleason, Skye Gwilliam, Patricia Houghton Clarke, Felicia Olin, Tom Pazderka, Jay Peterzell, Dillon Samuelson, Roger Eliot Stevens and more.  Just ask...


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