Kim Kieler Gallery

Kim Kieler Gallery is the exclusive gallery for Eveolution: New Works by the Artist Mai Anh. Eveolution charts the process of artistic development by the Vietnamese artist whose work graces some of Santa Barbara's finest homes and world-renown art collections. Fifteen years ago, a single, postage stamp-sized image of a painting, seen while in flight to Hanoi, compelled gallery owner Kim Kieler to seek out the artist Mai Anh. "There was something so beautiful and new there, something that spoke to me," recalls Kim. During the intervening years, the two women have become great artistic collaborators and dear friends. Kim Kieler Gallery also features works by California artists Thomas Garner, Cristy Thom and Paul Robinson, among others. Kim Kieler Gallery is housed in an old lemon-packing house, just blocks up from the beach, and is open Tuesday - Saturday 11 AM - 5 PM and by appointment.


The Project – Fine Art Zone

The Project - Fine Art Zone is an owner operated collaborative art gallery with a focus on nine local female artists. Works on display range from assemblage and mixed media to oil paintings. They also feature local guest artist through out the year. Join gallery owners, Donna Ayscough, Liz Brady, Erika Carter, Theresa Carter, Lloyd Dallett, Ashley Dart, Virginia McCracken, Lisa Pedersen, and Susan Tibbles on the first Thursday of each month for the Santa Barbara Art Walk from 5-8 showcasing new artwork, wine and music. The gallery is pleased to support Girls Inc. by donating 20 percent of all art sales to the organization and is located on the corner of De La Guerra Street and De La Guerra Plaza. Hours are Thursday - Saturday 11am - 6pm, Sundays 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm and by appointment.


Santa Barbara Arts

Santa Barbara Arts (formerly Gallery Paseo Nuevo) had relocated to the La Arcada Courtyard, home of the dolphin statues. A locally owned unique gift gallery of handmade art and craft featuring works by 50 local artists. The eclectic mix includes an array of jewelry, clothing, dolls, pottery, sculpture, watercolors, acrylics, photography, mobiles and much more. Local favorites include sculptures and jewelry by "Bud" Bottoms, watercolors and handmade botanical soaps by Chris Chapman, drawings by Deborah Wroblewski, jewelry by Arthur Korb, monotypes by Gary Chafe, raku animal figurines by Nina Ward and pottery by Oscar Bucher.


Waterhouse Gallery

The Waterhouse Gallery represents a group of award winning artists whose work includes the California Landscape, Still-life and Figurative paintings. The Gallery is located in La Arcada at Figueroa and State Street, close to the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Here the discerning collector can find the works of Malcolm Bryan, Jackie Chiu, John Comer, Ellie Freudenstien, Ray Hunter, Huihan Liu, Yingzhao Liu, Jean LeGassick, Calvin Liang, Jeremy Lipking, Jeff Otis, Mathew Joseph Peak, Dennis Sheehan, Mian Situ and Ralph Waterhouse.