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I began as an artist through some deep emotional healing work I was doing on grief I had been holding since childhood.
As an eclectic artist, I enjoy experimenting with a variety of materials and techniques. Recently, I have been inspired to create encaustic pieces, using wax, a heating instrument, and pastels.
uan Trejo is an abstract artist in Santa Barbra CA. His work consists of acrylic paint and oil pastels and falls somewhere between objective and abstract.
Mad can mean crazy or angry, and I use it to mean both because I think a lot of people around the world are very angry with the way they are being governed, and the discourse which is necessary to address these problems has become increasingly uncivil and, at times, downright insane – e.g., journalists are not the enemy of the people.
A rainbow shows us the melting of one hue into another, from red to violet, and all shades in between. The captivating ocean, with the right lighting, spotlights beautiful deep, jewel hues of blue, green and turquoise and all the reflections of the vibrant colors of the sky above.
Born and raised in Alaska, Andrew Roy has resided in Santa Barbara since 2012. A member of the Santa Barbara Art Association and the Abstract Art Collective, Andrew’s abstract art evokes dreams, memories, joy, passion, nature, longing, change, and beginnings.
After obtaining a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Southern California, Allison went on to become the wife of J.J. Gobbell as well as a lead set painter in Los Angeles for various films, television shows and commercials.
Karen studied art while obtaining her psychology undergraduate degree and went on to paint representationally with oil and watercolor for 20+ years.
Portraits, Nature Studies, Still Life Vignettes
The current exhibit brings together a multi-year exploration of rhythmic forms in nature.
Many of us are privileged to enjoy beautiful land, weather and neighbors. It is easy to live in our local comfort. This series of paintings is my way, as a plein air artist, to bring troubling issues into a local context.
I’ve always been fascinated by colors, patterns and textures that occur in nature: a tree’s bark, a pile of fallen leaves, strewn rocks along a river’s shore.
Born and raised in Siberia, Russia I was always fascinated by art but had limited opportunity to get involved with it until after I moved to America.
Walter Lick was the Artist of the Month for February 2019.
I have always felt most at home and connected to my heart when immersed in the creative process. The experience of play, discovery, inspiration, aliveness, beauty, and reverence feeds my soul and brings me joy!
Residents of California know how geographically special our state is. In what other state can you travel from snowy peaks to captivating ocean waves, passing through deserts and valleys, all within a day?
Pieces from her Inspirational Series
Sally Hamilton presents paintings expressing the juicy rich colors of autumn persimmons and rain-plumped succulents found in her garden.
An abstracted visual journey into the what was the wild west. More mindscapes than landscapes, with a dash of humor and color.
In Sue Slater’s Winter exhibit, memories from Ireland are alive and well. The featured painting “Dingle Cottage” was inspired from a painting trip to Dingle, which is the sister city of Santa Barbara.
Suemae Lin Willhite draws her ideas from the beauty of nature and her spiritual journey. She paints when she is inspired by a vision in her mind’s eye from a wide range of subjects, including California Landscapes and California Native Flowers & Birds.
Katy Zappalà has enjoyed living in Santa Barbara for over 40 years. Upon retirement, she started studying art with the remarkable SBCC Adult Ed faculty
My exhibit, Abstracted Landscapes, explores the color and shapes of various landscapes without necessarily denoting a specific landscape.
Growing up in the Deep South I developed a great love of beautiful gardens and florals.
Lisa Skyheart Marshall’s exhibit “Flowery” shows her watercolor+ink paintings expressing a love of nature.
Marie Antoinette is one of the most misunderstood people in history. The French had previously been at war with Austria which they tried to bridge by marrying Louis XVI to Marie Antoinette.
Dressing up in costume, dancing, eating spicy, juicy food, a walk on the beach are some of “My Favorite Things.”
Marine subjects, whether our local coastline, inland marshes or thundering surf have become the focus of my recent work.
My artwork reflects my environment. I am a mixed media artist and have never questioned why I had to create in every art medium known to man, but just enjoyed the journey.
The work in this show was inspired by the artistry of Wassily Kandinsky. I have always been intrigued by his use of bright colours on a dark background, but even more by the way in which he likened painting to composing music.
A Few Steps Over The Edge: Images From The Right Side Of My Brain
Photography has come a long way from the days of Mathew Brady and Ansel Adams. With our cell phones and mini travel cameras, we can all capture our environment.
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