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Art at MichaelKate Contemporary and Abstract Art Curated by Jan Ziegler, director of 10 West Gallery, MichaelKate shows include large-scale origi- nal paintings by both regional and Santa Barbara-based artists. Abstracts to landscapes, the art- work is selected to fit the mod- ern aesthetic of the MichaelKate Interiors showroom. (Charlie Patton, right) 132 Santa Barbara Street.......................... 805-963-1411 MichaelKate.com Open Mon–Sat 10 to 6, Sun 11 to 5, closedWed Historic La Arcada Plaza Shops, Restaurants, Galleries Unique Architectural Jewel in Downtown Santa Barbara Where locals and visitors love to go! 24th annual La Arcada Christmas Walk Wed, Nov. 28, 5 to 8 pm. Free photos with Santa, local music, holiday treats. Per- fect for shopping, photo op- portunities with interactive sculptures and a fountain with turtles. 24 locally owned busi- nesses & wine tasting; all 6 restau- rants have outdoor patio seating. Public parking next door. 1114 State Street at Figueroa Street....... 805-966-6634 LaArcadaSantaBarbara.com Farmers Markets Farm Fresh, Local Produce–Six Days aWeek Shop for holiday meals, decora- tions and gifts including delicate dried flower wreaths and stunning poinsettias. Locally made breads, pies, preserves, olive oils, cheeses and honey. Locally harvested nuts from almonds to walnuts. Fresh seafood and meats, antibiotic- free chicken, duck, Cornish game hens,grass-fed/hormone-free beef and pork; farm-fresh eggs. Markets are bursting with fall and winter lo- cal harvests. This season you’ll find apples, avocados, beets, tangerines, winter squash and more. Check website and follow on Facebook for hours, recipes, market news and to find out what’s in season. Live mu- sic. Open rain or shine. Saturday, Santa Barbara–downtown Sunday, Goleta–Camino Real Marketplace Tuesday, Santa Barbara–Old Town Wednesday, Solvang–Village Thursday, Carpinteria–Linden Avenue Friday, Montecito Coast Village Road SBFarmersMarket.org ............................... 805-962-5354 Stewart Fine Art Antique Art & Antiques Specializing in early California plein air paintings (Louise Ev- erett Nimmo, right) since 1986, with a changing collection of museum-quality American and European fine art and antiques. Located in an inviting gallery setting, parking in the back. 215 West Mission Street............................ 805-845-0255 stewartfineart@cox.net / see ad, page 4 Open Mon–Wed, Fri–Sat 11 to 5:30, closed Thurs and Sun Carpinteria Kim Snyder Art Studio Oil Paintings Known for oil landscapes, sea- scapes and depiction of birds, Kim captures the beauty of our lo- cal surroundings. Her wide range of subject matter includes local wildlife and beloved pets. Repre- sented by Mischief in Montecito. See website for additional gallery representation and events. kim@kimsnyder.net................................... 805-698-5589 KimSnyderArtStudio.net Studio visits by appointment The Farm Cart Local, Seasonal, Organic Produce Stop by Katherine Shepherd’s produce stand–a hub for the farm’s community supported ag- riculture program (CSA), week- ly organic produce subscription and a handy spot for the com- munity to find just-picked pro- duce. Find Shepherd Farms pro- duce, along with signature salsas and sauces at farmers markets. 5103 Carpinteria Avenue .......................... 805-698-9907 FarmCartOrganics.com Open Fri–Wed 11:30 to 5:30, closed Thurs Santa Ynez Valley Gallery Los Olivos Fine Art by Regional Artists Inviting fine art destination in a newly redecorated space, noted for the quality and wide range of art. Exhibiting works by select art- ists from Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Ventura counties since 1992. Paintings of various media, photography, sculpture, wood- turned objects, clay works, jewelry and more. Artist in gallery daily. 2920 Grand Avenue, Los Olivos............... 805-688-7517 GalleryLosOlivos.com Open daily 10 to 5 u Paintings by Carrie Givens / CarrieGivensArt.com 76 Montecito Magazine Fall 2018–Winter 2019

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