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Aryeta Gashi examines a wall of fabrics from Hoffman Fabrics during the opening of the “Sea Sick in Paradise” exhibition Saturday, July 8, in Malibu Village. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
Kev Vanderzel (left) and other attendees of the Saturday, July 8 opening of the Seasick in Paradise exhibition examine works. The free exhibit will remain on display daily through Sept. 30.
Artist Danny Fuller stands near his work during the opening of Seasick in Paradise in Malibu Village.
The artwork of Margaret Kilgallen, courtesy of the estate of Margaret Kilgallen and Ratio 3. San Francisco, is on display as part of Malibu’s new Seasick on Paradise exhibition.
Artist Jeff Ho stands by his work titled “Black & White, 2017.”
Nina Miner (left) and Jasmine Baldwin check out the color pencil on paper works of artist Peter Fend titled “Hawaii Energy Independence, 2012.”
Lisa Schulte’s neon sculpture depicts the Revero car by Karma Automotive, a sponsor of the event.
Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter
8:39 am PDT July 11, 2017

Surfers, artists, many who follow both callings, and an appreciative, eclectic crowd of well-wishers gathered Saturday, July 8, as “Sea Sick in Paradise,” a group exhibition curated by visionary Amy Yao, opened at Malibu Village.

The summer-long exhibition, brought to the Bu by the Depart Foundation, features a multitude of installations by 46 emerging and established artists in a variety of media.