Montecito Magazine Spring 2019

Trust for Santa Barbara County’s Gaviota Creek Restoration Project. Celebrate the 4 th of July with a visit to the one- day Old Mission Art Show. This free annual event features arts and crafts by 80 local artists, food and drink vendors and live music, with ample on- site parking. Santa Barbara Studio Artists annual open studio tour ( takes place Labor Day weekend, Friday August 30 through Monday September 2. Join art aficionados from across the nation who come to discover artists in their private studios. Visitors can preview artists’ works throughout the month of August and buy tickets for the open studio tour at Santa Barbara Fine Art ( The Music Academy of the West 72nd Summer Festival takes place June 17 to August 10, and continues its partnership with the London Symphony Orchestra. Special events include the Marilyn Horne Song Competition Winners Recital on May 24 ( Complement your arts and culture forays with “real” local food. Shop for farm-fresh local produce in a fun and casual atmosphere at the various farmers markets (, open rain or shine); live music entertains the crowds. Santa Ynez Valley Gallery Los Olivos Fine Art by Regional Artists  Inviting fi e 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 Open daily 10 to 5 Summerland Pine Trader Antiques French & Irish Country Antiques and European Pine Summerland store closing. Great reductions. Everything must go! See virtual tour on their website. Visit the beautiful spacious show- room—new inventory continues. Owners Clive and Sheila Markey have been selling antiques in San- ta Barbara for 37 years. 2345 Lillie Avenue...............805-245-1998 or 805-845-2618 / see ad, page 13 Santa Barbara Cynthia Martin, Artist The Passing Landscape Art Exhibition May 17 – July 11, 2019 Architectural Foundation of Santa Barbara 229 East Victoria Street Artwork: top– Aft rThe Storm , bottom– South Coast Opening Reception with the Artist: Friday, May 17, 5–7 pm Gallery Hours: Sat 1–4 pm Weekdays by Appointment An artist & art educator in Santa Barbara since 1963. Cynthia’s themes include a concern for the vanishing natural world and appre- ciation for what remains. “The recent disasters in Santa Barbara remind us of the fragile beauty of our local environment.” 805-708-3054 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 Bar- bara Company, in a charming 100-year-old bungalow or shop website for local wine, gifts gift crates. Delivered locally or shipped nationwide. 214 East Victoria Street.............................. 805-845-3700 / see ad, page 29 Open Mon, Wed, Fri 11 to 5; Tues, Thurs, Sat 11 to 4; closed Sun 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. Community members will be trained to help fabricate this legacy public art project. Follow the Timeline mosaic project on Facebook and Betsy’s website for more information. Donors tiles available for the border. Sponsors invited. 805-963-2878 Studio visits by appointment 71