Are you bummed that you weren’t able to check out Dan Levin’s innovative Mischievous Allegory II works of art? Well now you can rejoice, because the show at Lola Boutique, 1221 State St., has been extended to May 31.
Mischievous Allegory II features recent and past work by Levin, who is known for incorporating discarded man-made artifacts (or, what many of us know as trash) into his pieces. He primarily uses items collected from beaches, streams, mountains and deserts, then redesigns them as an artwork with materials that otherwise would not have interacted.
Lola Boutique is a high-end re-sale clothing store that sells highly selective merchandise, affordable basics, accessories and jewelry to match the signature Santa Barbara style. In addition to the recently opened location at the back of Victoria Court, there is a second Lola Boutique in Carpinteria.
For more information about Dan Levin’s work, visit www.danlevin.com. To learn more about the show, call 805/845-5322.
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