Jane Deering Gallery

Venue  |  Exhibitions
Large Interior, 2012 Oil On Canvas 78 X 92 Inches © Chris Baker
Open Doors, 2012 Oil On Canvas 32 X 45 Inches © Chris Baker
Small Interior #1, 2012 Oil On Canvas 11 X 11 Inches © Chris Baker
Hagia Sofia, Istanbul, 2012 Oil On Canvas 12 X 16 Inches © Chris Baker
Yerevan Kiosk, Istanbul, 2012 Oil On Canvas 32 1/4 X 45 1/8 Inches © Chris Baker
Jane Deering Gallery
128 E. Canon Perdido Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Venue Type: Gallery
Open hours
Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 5pm; Thursday til 6pm Sunday 1-4pm

The gallery opened in Gloucester MA in 2002 and presents contemporary art by established and emerging artists from the US and Europe.  Artists from the UK and Ireland are shown in collaboration with Purdy Hicks Gallery of London.

The gallery has a strong interest in artists living and working in Gloucester on Cape Ann, Massachusetts, an area rich in artistic heritage.   The superb light and rugged features of its coastline has long been an attraction for artists of international reputation, among them Milton Avery, Marsden Hartley, John Marin, Arthur Dove, Edward Hopper, Stuart Davis to name a few.   The contemporary work created in this area continues to be robust and innovative. The Gloucester gallery is Open by Appointment only.  For summer 2012, one exhibition will be on view during the month of August.

The gallery also has a focus on contemporary Californian artists of both the Santa Barbara and northern-California regions.  JDG opened a gallery in Santa Barbara CA in 2011 and presents an exhibition program during the months January through May each year at :

128 E. Canon Perdido Street . Santa Barbara CA  93101 

During the alternate months June through December, this new space will be donated to the Art, Architecture and Design Museum (ADAM) formerly known as the University Art Museum of the University of California at Santa Barbara.   ADAM has long needed a downtown Santa Barbara location; Jane Deering Gallery is pleased to provide space to the newly-named museum, which will open its first exhibition October 1, 2011.





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