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October at the Gallery

Dear Friends of Gallery 113,

We invite you to visit our gallery and see the latest works from Artist of the Month, Nadya Brown, as well as new art from our October featured artists and group artists. Scroll down to get a sneak peek!

Gallery hours (normally Monday - Saturday 11am-5pm and Sunday 1-5pm) are still limited at the present time as we continue to prepare our artists to safely host. We recommend that you call first to make sure we're open at (805) 965-6611. If you're strolling through town, swing by anyway and check out our window display. We're located at 1114 State Street in the beautiful La Arcada Court.  Please wear a mask and practice safe distancing when entering the gallery.

For more information about our gallery and artists visit our website at

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Best regards,
Gallery 113
Artist of the Month - October
Nadya Brown
Nadya Brown was born and raised in England. She has since lived in Italy and Spain and now lives in California. Extensive travel in Europe, SE Asia and Mexico, plus living and working in different cultures provides the inspiration for much of the subject matter of her paintings. Nadya has exhibited work in group and solo shows since the 1960s both in the UK and the United States. She has studied Painting and Printmaking at Goldsmiths College, University of London and graduated from Ohio University with an MFA. She has since taught at various colleges and universities in the United States.

Learn more at: NadyaBrownArt
Nadya Brown
"Missing Among the Stars"
18"x24" - Oil on canvas

Show Title: Delicate Balance
During our long and often repetitive history, climate change, endangered species, disputed and depopulated territories, immigration, and proliferation of plastic are some of the complicated and interrelated issues that have confounded our societies, ecologies, political functions, and collective moral consciences. This small group of paintings addresses these challenges that we are still confronting and attempting to solve.
Lori Lenz

Show Title: Works on Paper
Working close to home.
Working outside more than inside.
Working on paper - forgiving.
Working through thoughts.
Working through conditions.
Working without pressure.
Working to overcome the unknown.
Lori Lenz
"Trees Limbs 1"
12"x12" - oil

Katherine Murray-Morse
"Seagull - Lookout Park"
12.5" x 15.5" - Oil on Canvas

Show Title: Seen
With the challenges we've faced over the past six months, the natural world has been a place of respite, calm and renewal, especially Santa Barbara, with its natural beauty.  The works in this exhibit represent scenes from Santa Barbara, reflecting its changing light, weather and atmospheric conditions.  Many of the works were painted on location en plein air over the past six months. All works are oil on board or oil on canvas, and are framed.  

Katherine studied at Art Center College of Design as well as plein air workshops with Thomas Van Stein. She works in oil – direct painting, landscape, still life and figurative – with a special focus on landscapes of Santa Barbara and Southern California.

View more of her work at: KatherineMorseArt
Wendy Brewer; Helena Hill;  Rebecca Stebbins
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