The 1st Annual Exhibition is brought to you by Eddie Donaldson, a.k.a. GuerillaOne, Jim “TAZ” Evans, Anne Martin of Sugar Press Art and Tracy Park.  The show will feature a diverse array of Malibu based artists, showcasing their work across a variety of mediums and genres that best describes their own interpretation of LOVE MALIBU STYLE and their vision of civic pride. The exhibition will be on view at the Tracy Park Gallery located at the Malibu Lumber Yard, (3939 Cross Creek Road) from February 5th to March 5th and online at

Artists for LOVE MALIBU STYLE 2022 include:

Amanda Lynn, Beth Bowen, BLEEK, Brothers Marshal, Carol Roullard, CES, CHAR, Chloe Trujillo, Christopher Lizárraga, Cisco Adler, David Arquette, Eamon Harrington, Hunter Blaze Pearson, Jessica Blowers, Jim “TAZ” Evans, Josh “Bagel” Klassman, Krista Auguis, Mark Estes, Ned Evans, RISK, Scuba Steve, Serf, Spencer Mar Guilburt, Steve Olsen, Yossi Govrin and more to be announced.

“We are grateful for the leadership and community service activation of the Tracy Park Gallery, and participating talented artists.   We feel truly blessed to be a part of the inaugural, Love Malibu Style event.

Thank you for supporting our shared mission to empower life altered, trauma survivors through diverse artistic expression, medical collaboration and human connection.”  Laura Sharpe Artists For Trauma Founder, CEO

Since opening her doors in 2004, Tracy has been fervently dedicated to supporting both emerging and mid-career artists. Her inventory maintains a diverse collection from artists around the globe as well as a substantial amount from local artists.

The gallery’s exhibition program balances a selection of oil and acrylic works on canvas, bronze sculpture as well as metal and stone sculptures,  collage assemblage and photography.

“I’m so thrilled to be able to participate in raising funds for ARTISTS FOR TRAUMA. Being able to bring  local talent together for a great cause is what it’s all about” Tracy Park

Proceeds from the show will benefit Artists For Trauma:

AFT is dedicated to enriching the lives of both civilian and military trauma survivors by pairing recovering patients with established artists from various creative disciplines. In our signature aim to expedite the quality of the longterm recovery process for the significantly altered trauma survivor; we provide and facilitate FUN, adaptive, artistic platforms designed to provide free of charge, evidencebased, interactive, healing programs.