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Bella Vista Restaurant at Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara Spectacular Oceanfront Dining Contemporary Italian menu, fresh California ingredients by Ex- ecutive Chef Marco Fossati. Sea- sonal menu—house-made pasta, gluten-free options, house-cured charcuterie. Wine Spectator 2017 Award of Excellence. Moroccan- themed private Luna Terrace, up to 8 guests–reservations required. Open daily: Breakfast from 7, Lunch (Mon–Sat) from 11:30, Sunday Brunch 10 to 1:30, Dinner Thurs–Mon from 5, High Tea Fri–Sat 2 to 4 1260 Channel Drive.............805-969-2261 or 805-565-8237 FourSeasons.com/SantaBarbara / see ad, page 79 Santa Barbara Santa Barbara Fine Art Works by Local Artists New gallery in the downtown arts district celebrates Santa Barbara through the eyes of local artists. Works combine history with natural beauty, showcasing the rich culture and bright energy of Santa Barbara in landscapes and semi abstraction. Featuring Rich- ard Schloss (right), Arturo Tello, Larry Iwerks, Marcia Burtt and others. 1324 State St, Arlington Plaza ......805-845-4270 / 415-786-3765 SantaBarbaraFineArt.com / see ad, page 45 Open Tue–Sat 10 to 5 Marcia Burtt Gallery Contemporary Landscape Paintings Distinguished American art- ists in continuously changing exhibitions. Spacious skylit garden gallery in Santa Bar- bara’s design district. Art books. Parking in front. 517 Laguna Street.................................. 805-962-5588 ArtLacuna.com / see ad, page 47 Open Thurs–Sun 1 to 5 The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden Book Signing November 24, 2 to 4 pm Local Artist/author Patti Jacque- main signs her new book, Walking Through the Seasons at the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden . The book chronicles her daily 2017 walks in journal entries and origi- nal drawings, woodcuts, mosaics. Complimentary beverages, light snacks; shop for holiday gifts. 1212 Mission Canyon Road....................... 805-682-4726 Sbbg.org Elizabeth Gallery Mosaics Custom Contemporary and Traditional Mosaics Join the Santa Barbara Timeline Mosaic team to tell the story of our county from Jurassic Period to now. Learn mosaic making in free classes. Donors can purchase personalized tiles for the border. Follow SB Timeline Mosaic on Facebook and Betsy’s website for more information and to register for workshops. Sponsors invited. BGallery@cox.net....................................... 805-963-2878 ElizabethGallery.com Studio visits by appointment 10 West Gallery Abstract and Contemporary Art Fine art in Santa Barbara’s Historic Theatre District. Paintings, pho- tography and sculpture; special show of Mata Ortiz pottery from Mexico during the month of De- cember. New artwork each month, with opening receptions dur- ing the monthly 1st Thursday art walks. (Iben G. Vestergaard, right) 10 West Anapamu Street .......................... 805-770-7711 10WestGallery.com Open Mon–Sat 11 to 5:30, Sun 12 to 5, closed Tues Priscilla Fossek, Artist Painter of Color and Texture Known for her strong, vigor- ous brushwork, Priscilla fre- quently uses fabric-washed canvas, as her substrate. She weaves paint with both brush and palette knife, and leaves the viewer to explore the tex- tures and colors suggested by sub- ject matter. “It’s never the ‘what;’ it’s always the ‘how,’” says Priscilla. PriscillaFossek@gmail.com PriscillaFossek.com / see ad page 59 Studio visits by appointment The Santa Barbara Company Authentic local gifts Fine gifts, artisan goods – gour- met foods and art, emphasis on all things local. Exclusive products only at The Santa Barbara Com- pany, in a charming 100-year-old bungalow or shop our website for local wine, gifts, gift crates. Deliv- ered locally or shipped nationwide. 214 East Victoria Street ............................. 805-845-3700 SantaBarbaraCompany.com / see ad page 8 Open Mon, Wed, Fri 10 to 4; Tues & Thurs 10 to 5:30 / Holiday Hours: Open Daily 10 to 5, Tues & Thurs 10 to 6 74 Montecito Magazine Fall 2018–Winter 2019

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