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Sullivan Goss

An American Gallery

For over 30 years Sullivan Goss

has represented American artists

from the 19th century to present

day. An inventory of over 3,000

works – paintings, watercolors,

drawings, prints, sculptures. Ro-

tating exhibitions and solo shows

highlighting contemporary art-

ists, along with curated historical

exhibitions. (Angela Perko,



11 E. Anapamu Street ................................ 730-1460


see ad, page 14

Open daily 10 to 5:30

Marcia Burtt Gallery

Contemporary Landscape Paintings

Distinguished American art-

ists in continuously changing

exhibitions. Skylit gallery in

Santa Barbara’s design district

with parking in front. (Marcia




See more of Marcia’s work at San-

ta Barbara Frame Shop &Gallery

in the shopping plaza opposite Ar-

lington Theatre on State Street.

517 Laguna Street ...................................... 962-5588


see ad, page 57

Open Thurs–Sun 1 to 5

Farmers Markets Farm Fresh, Local Produce–Six Days aWeek Shop for holiday meals, decora- tions and gift including delicate dried fl wer wreaths and stun- ning poinsettias. Locally made breads, pies, preserves, olive oils, cheeses and honey. Locally harvested nuts from almonds to walnuts. Fresh seafood and meats, including chicken, beef, pork and lamb; farm-fresh eggs. Markets are bursting with fall and winter local harvests. This season you’ll find apples, avo- cados, beets, tangerines, winter squash and more. Check website before heading to the market— find out what’s in season, get market news, hours, recipes. Live music. Open rain or shine. Saturday, Santa Barbara–downtown Sunday, Goleta–Camino Real Marketplace Tuesday, Santa Barbara–Old Town Wednesday, Solvang–Village Thursday, Goleta–Camino Real Marketplace and Carpinteria–Linden Avenue Friday, Montecito Coast Village Road ............................... 962-5354

The Santa Barbara Company

Authentic local gifts

Fine gift and artisan goods, in-

cluding gourmet foods and art,

with an emphasis on all things

local. Visit the shop in a charm-

ing 100-year-old bungalow or

shop the website for local wine

and gifts gift crates and wel-

come amenities hand delivered

locally or shipped nationwide.

214 E. Victoria Street ................................. 845-3700


see ad, page 9

Open Mon, Wed, Fri 10 to 4; Tues & Thur 10 to 5:30;

Sat 11 to 4; closed Sun

10 West Gallery Contemporary Art Abstract, figur tive and expres- sionism by Central- and South- Coast artists. Artist-owned gal- lery featuring work by 9–10 artists per show (Beth Schmohr, right ). New exhibits every month with opening receptions during the monthly 1st Th rsday art walks, 5 to 8 pm. 10 West Anapamu Street .......................... 770-7711 OpenWed–Mon 12 to 5 Historic La Arcada Courtyard – Shops, Restaurants, Galleries Unique Architectural Jewel inDowntown Santa Barbara Enjoy the 23nd annual La Arcada Christmas Walk – Wed, Nov 29, 5 to 8 pm. Free photos with Santa, local music, holiday treats. Perfect for holiday shopping, the court- yard includes 24 locally-owned businesses & wine tasting; all res- taurants have outdoor seating. View interactive sculptures, foun- tains. Public parking next door. 1114 State Street at Figueroa Street....... 966-6634 Santa Barbara Frame Shop & Gallery Custom Framing Crafts anlike attention to detail and friendly service make this a local favorite, from Carpinteria to the Santa Ynez Valley. Fine custom framing and art for over 30 years; all levels of residential and corpo- rate framing. Across from the Ar- lington Theatre. Gallery features works by local artists including Marcia Burtt and Jake Early. 1324 State Street, Arlington Plaza.......... 963-2332 Open Mon–Sat 10 to 6


Montecito Magazine

Fall 2017–Winter 2018

Paintings by Anne Ward (Represented by Marcia Burtt Gallery).