Montecito Magazine Spring 2019

Santa Barbara Fine Art Works by Local Artists New gallery in the downtown arts district celebrates Santa Bar- bara through the eyes of local artists. Works combine history with natural beauty, show- casing the rich culture and bright energy of Santa Barba- ra in landscapes and semi abstrac- tion. Featuring Richard Schloss (right), Arturo Tello, Larry Iwerks, Marcia Burtt, many Oak Group artists and others. 1324 State St, Arlington Plaza... 805-845-4270/415-786-3765 SantaBarbaraFineArt.com / see ad, page 65 Open Tue–Sat 11 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. (Artist, Marcia Burtt, right.) Parking in front. 517 Laguna Street................................... 805-962-5588 ArtLacuna.com / see ad, page 65 Open Thurs–Sun 1 to 5 July 4th Old Mission Art Show Arts & Crafts by 80 Local Artists Th s one-day-only annual event returns to the steps of the Old Mission Santa Barbara. Wide ar- ray of original paintings, jewelry, sculpture, glass works, pottery and much more. Light fare available for purchase. Plenty of easy, free parking available. Free admission. 2201 Laguna Street.................................. 805-325-3308 MissionArtShow@gmail.com OldMissionArtShow.com Open July 4 only, 10 to 5 Patioworld Unique signature home decor Patioworld is no longer just for outdoor furniture. Exquisite di- versity of adornments collected from around the world. One-of- a-kind accessories to comple- ment your outdoor and indoor living spaces. Special discounts offered to those affected by Cal- ifornia fi es and mudslides. Visit one of 10 California showrooms. info@patioworld.net.................................. 88 8-77-PATIO PatioWorld.com / see ad, page 40 Historic La Arcada Plaza Shops, Restaurants, Galleries Unique Architectural Jewel in Downtown Santa Barbara Where locals & visitors love to go! Interactive sculptures, foun- tain with turtles, and fl wers welcome visitors to 24 locally owned businesses —art galler- ies, clothing, specialty shops, distinctive restaurants, wine tasting. All 6 restaurants 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 all your ingredients for spring and summer menus at col- orful, convenient and fun farm- ers markets. Check website and follow on Facebook for summer hours, recipes, market news and to fi d out what’s in season. Mar- kets are brimming with spring and summer local harvests, in- cluding juicy berries, cherries, tomatoes, basil, artichokes, apri- cots, peaches, melons, almonds, walnuts and more. Locally-made breads, pies, preserves, olive oils, cheeses and honey. Fresh sea- food and meats, antibiotic-free chicken, duck, Cornish game hens, grass-fed / hormone-free beef and pork; farm-fresh eggs. Live music. Open rain or shine. See ad, page 59. 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 Oak Group Artists Meredith Brooks Abbott, Artist Oil Paintings In her landscape, portrait and still life paintings, Meredith Brooks Abbott continues the Early California plein air tradi- tion while conveying her own take on natural light in the Southern California landscape. Represented by Sullivan Goss, Santa Barbara. abbottranch@cox.net................................ 80 5-685-2259 see ad, page 63 / story art begins on page 20 72 Montecito Magazine Spring–Summer 2019 Paintings by Anne Ward (Marcia Burtt Gallery, Santa Barbara).

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