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Popular television actress Dey Young (left), who has appeared in more than 100 television shows, including episodes of “The Young and the Restless,” “Melrose Place,” and “The Mentalist” to name but a few, was cast in a new role over the weekend as she opened an exhibition of her works at the prestigious James Gray Gallery in Santa Monica, located at 2525 Michigan Avenue. In molding her latest incarnation as a highly talented sculptor, Dey manipulates a variety of materials, including clay and bronze, in order to create physical stories that capture the imagination and proclaim intriguing beauty in the physical realm. “I have used my sculpting to express my passion, my emotion and what I am personally going through – it always seems to organically translate into my work. It has been a therapy, a gift,” said Dey. The works of Dey Young will be exhibited at The James Gray Gallery through Nov 11, 2012. She is pictured with her sister Leigh Taylor Young. For more information please call 310.315.9502.
Photo by Christine Soloman
Popular television actress Dey Young (left), who has appeared in more than 100 television shows, including episodes of “The Young and the Restless,” “Melrose Place,” and “The Mentalist” to name but a few, was cast in a new role over the weekend as she opened an exhibition of her works at the prestigious James Gray Gallery in Santa Monica, located at 2525 Michigan Avenue. In molding her latest incarnation as a highly talented sculptor, Dey manipulates a variety of materials, including clay and bronze, in order to create physical stories that capture the imagination and proclaim intriguing beauty in the physical realm. “I have used my sculpting to express my passion, my emotion and what I am personally going through – it always seems to organically translate into my work. It has been a therapy, a gift,” said Dey. The works of Dey Young will be exhibited at The James Gray Gallery through Nov 11, 2012. She is pictured with her sister Leigh Taylor Young. For more information please call 310.315.9502.

Seven Days, Exhibits, Santa Monica, Art

Santa Monica Art Exhibits Guide October 19-25

Posted Oct. 19, 2012, 7:55 am

Brenton Garen / Editor-in-Chief

Santa Monica's art scene is large and diverse -- with Bergamot Station Art Center at 2525 Michigan Avenue home to many galleries who regulatory change their exhibitions.

Here is a selection of galleries with exhibitions current as of Friday, Oct. 19.

Shoshana Wayne Gallery presents Kathy Butterly’s “Lots of little love affairs” Oct. 20 through Dec. 22. 2525 Michigan Ave. Suite B1 (Bergamot Station). shoshanawayne.com.

The Santa Monica Museum of Art presents “Wall Works: Karen Kimmel – Art of Exchange” Oct. 24 through Feb. 3, 2013. Discover the synergy of the Wall Works public art project created by K-12 students in a vibrant collaboration with artist and designer Karen Kimmel, founder of Kimmel Kids. 2525 Michigan Avenue, G1 (Bergamot Station). 310.586.6488, smmoa.org.

Axiom Contemporary presents a solo exhibition by new mixed media work by Jay Kelly called “Westward” Oct. 20 through Nov. 10. Opening reception Saturday, Oct. 20 from 6-10 p.m. 2801 Main Street. 818.799.1110, axiomcomtemporary.com.

Craig Krull Gallery presents Woods Davy’s “Cantamar” and Wendy Burton’s “Natural Histories” Oct. 20 through Nov. 24. Opening reception Saturday, Oct. 20 from 4-6 p.m. 2525 Michigan Avenue, B3 (Bergamot Station). 310.828.6410, craigkrullgallery.com.

Rosamund Felson Gallery presents “M.A. Peers” through Nov. 10. 2525 Michigan Ave. B4 (Bergamot Station). 310.828.8488, rosamundfelsen.com.

James Gray presents the works of Dey Young through Nov. 11. 2525 Michigan Ave. D4 (Bergamot Station) 310.315.9502, jamesgraygallery.com.

Jeanie Madsen Gallery presents “A New Beautiful” featuring Robbie Kaye, Jennifer Verge, Joyce Patenude, Mimi Yoon, and Liz Huston through Oct. 28. 1431 Ocean Ave. 310.393.7436, jeaniemadsengallery.com.

The Santa Monica College Photography Gallery presents “Natura humana” Oct. 20 through Nov. 21, second floor of Drescher Hall on the main SMC campus, 1900 Pico Blvd. Opening reception from 6-8 p.m. Oct. 20. Gallery hours are noon to 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. 310.434.4289.

ArtLA presents its fall show with Charlie deMar, David Skernick, and Andrew Glass through Nov. 10. 2525 Michigan Ave. 310.315.0282, artla.com.

Schomburg Gallery presents “Lee Webster Shaw: The Lake” through Nov. 15. 2525 Michigan Ave. E3A (Bergamot Station). 310.453.5757, SchomburgGallery.com.

Hamilton Galleries presents “California to Cairo” through Oct. 27 featuring artists Anthony Hassett and Erin Currier. 1431 Ocean Ave. 310.451.9983, hamiltongalleries.com.

Blue 7 Art Gallery presents “An Inappropriate Show” through Oct. 27. Featuring artists Lucius Peterson, Randy Ball, and gallery artists. 3129 Pico. 310.449.144.

Peter Fetterman Gallery presents a new exhibition of works called “Grace” through Dec. 6. The gallery is also featuring “Raymond Cauchetier’s “Photos De Cinema” through Dec. 6. 2525 Michigan Ave. A1 (Bergamot Station). 310.453.6463, peterfetterman.com.

Santa Monica Museum of Art presents “Michael Queensland: Rudy’s Ramp of Remainders” and “Agnes Denes: Philosophical Drawings and Map Projections, 1969–1978” through Dec. 22. “Kianja Strobert: Nothing to Do but Keep Going” runs through Nov. 28. 2525 Michigan Avenue, G1 (Bergamot Station). 310.586.6488, smmoa.org.

Lois Lambert Gallery presents mixed media artist Gwen Samuels and her new works in the solo show “Dress Code” through Nov. 11. 2525 Michigan Ave. E3 (Bergamot Station) 310.829.6990, loislambertgallery.com.

Christopher Grimes Gallery presents an exhibition of new work by Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle through Oct. 27. 916 Colorado Ave. 310.587.3373, cgrimes.com.

The Santa Monica History Museum presents the permanent exhibit “Santa Monica: A Journey Into An Extraordinary Past.” Four themed exhibit rooms delve into the rich and colorful history of Santa Monica. 1350 Seventh Street. 310.395.2290. Admission: $5 general, $3 seniors and students, free for children under 12. santamonicahistory.org.

Are you a gallery who would like to list your exhibitions in The Mirror? Email editor@smmirror.com at least one to two weeks before it is scheduled to open.

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