Gallery 113, August 2018. Reception August 2, 5:00-8:00

Owl, Barn IMG_0498
Athena, the Barn Owl, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, 24″ x 36″ watercolor, $1,100
Owl, Great Horned SOLD IMG_0499
Max, the Great Horned Owl, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History 24″ x 36″ Watercolor, $1,100 SOLD
Snowy Egrets with Climate Change IMG_0519
Snowy Egrets with Climate Change, 15″ x 30″ Watercolor and Acrylic on Canvas. $900 SOLD

New Bin Paintings at Gallery 113

These are all nicely matted 8″ x 10″ watercolors on Arches 140 lb cold-pressed paper, $125 each from my bin at Gallery 113.

Santa Barbara Maritime Museum , July 25, 2018. Noon-8:00, Reception 5:00-8:00

Yellowlegs, Greater # 1 IMG_0346
Greater Yellowlegs #1, 16″ x 20″ Watercolor on panel, $600, HONORABLE MENTION AT MARITIME MUSEUM SHOW
Sanderlings #20 IMG_0354
Sanderlings #20, 24″ x 36″, Acrylic, $1,500
Sanderling #14, The Absquatulater SOLD IMG_0300-2
Sanderling #14, The Absquatulator”, 15″ x 30″ Watercolor and Acrylic on Canvas. $900. SOLD
3 Whimbrels, 2 Sanderlings IMG_0295-2
Traffic Congestion at the Beach. 15″ x 30″ Acrylic on Canvas. $975

 

Inspiration Gallery, May 11-July 27, 2018

 

This is a group show at the newly renamed Inspiration Gallery, 1528 State Street, Santa Barbara, along with four landscape artists. The opening reception (open to the public) is May 11, 5:00-7:00 pm.

Artist of the Month, Gallery 113, Santa Barbara, March 2018

Plus many more.

Divine Inspiration Gallery, February 2018*

 

 

*Because the Gallery Owner, Sherry Spear, was flooded out in the Montecito flood, the gallery is mostly open by appointment in the near term. Aim Morhardt can let you in and make sales. Call or text him at (909) 451-3939.

Blue-Winged Teal at UCSB Lagoon

Blue-Winged Teal #1, UCSB Lagoon. 15" x 23" watercolor on Arches 300lb hot-pressed paper.
Blue-Winged Teal #1, UCSB Lagoon. 15″ x 23″ watercolor on Arches 300lb hot-pressed paper.

This time of year the lagoon in the middle of the UC Santa Barbara campus is full of waterfowl of many species. If you jog past, these Blue-Winged Teal ignore you and keep on dabbling like the one in the background, but if you stop and aim a camera at them they quickly drift away.