Holiday Exhibition

November 15 through January 12, 2020

Celebrate a year of art that emphasizes the collaboration between artist and audience in mutual passion for the beauty of our natural world.

Featuring paintings that preserve the ephemeral, our Holiday exhibition prompts contrasts and comparisons. From distant horizons to showered tree blossoms, from layered paint to minimal washes, and from bold color to subtle hues—these formal explorations reveal and deconstruct what we love about our landscape.

Marcia Burtt Gallery
517 Laguna St., Santa Barbara, CA 93101
805 962-5588
marciaburttstudio@gmail.com
www.artlacuna.com
Hours: 1-5 Thursday through Sunday 
CLOSED MAJOR HOLIDAYS

The Oak Group: The State of Harmony

John Wullbrandt, “Gaviota Creek Meets the Blue Pacific,” Acrylic on canvas

THE OAK GROUP STATE OF HARMONY
…a show benefiting Coastal Ranches Conservancy for the Gaviota Creek Restoration Project

Beautiful Gaviota Creek is spring-fed and usually flows year-round. Its important
ecosystem supports the habitat of many sensitive species including Black
Bears, Coastal Newts, Western Pond Turtles and the endangered Southern
Steelhead. The Oak Group is partnering with Coastal Ranches Conservancy to
gather resources to revitalize portions of the creek and floodplain, to create an
unimpeded migration passage for the steelhead and to restore the creek’s estuary
and floodplain.


Reception: Thursday, November 7, 5:30-7:30 pm
Exhibition runs from November 1-30, closed Thanksgiving Day

The Faulkner Gallery
Santa Barbara Central Library
40 E. Anapamu St., Santa Barbara
(gallery hours Mon.-Thurs. 10-7, Fri.-Sat. 10-5:30, Sun. 1-5)


www.oakgroup.org

Still Waters

September 6 through November 10, 2019

Mirroring the surrounding landscape, these paintings of inland water
give us a feeling of escape and introspection.

Lakes and ponds capture fallen foliage and colors of the sky, while a
change in vantage point reveals a murky world of dark greens and
browns. Smoothly blended brush strokesand washes let us look into the
watery deep.

Retreating and overflowing creeks, rivers, and wetlands feed these
momentary visions in oil or acrylic; short streaks and dabs of paint
form the ripples and speckled colors of their dynamic surfaces.

Thick and thin paint application accentuates textures of grasses and
reeds contrasting with smooth wet surfaces. Tactile pleasure in the
mediums draw us close to the canvas and into these painted idylls.

Marcia Burtt Gallery
517 Laguna St.
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
805 962-5588
marciaburttstudio@gmail.com
www.artlacuna.com
1-5 Thursday through Sunday

Icons of Preservation: Oak Group exhibit

Break in the Weather, acrylic, 18x20 in.

Gallery artists and Oak group members Marcia Burtt and Bill Dewey will be an exhibition benefiting The Land Trust of Santa Barbara County, earmarked for the Gaviota Creek Restoration Project.

June 29th – Aug. 27th

June 29 4p – Opening Reception.

Sullivan Goss – An American Gallery
11 E. Anapamu St.
Santa Barbara, CA  93101

In Color

Evening Light (From Harbor Island #3)

Marcia Burtt Gallery, 517 Laguna St. Santa Barbara, CA 805-962-5588 marciaburttstudio@gmail.com Th-Su 1-5pm

Color narrates the story of gallery artists’ paintings and photographs in our “In Color” exhibition. Realist and stylized views emphasize landscape extremes.

Natural phenomena expand the realist’s palette. Bright sunshine intensifies color: flowers and new green grass form broad expanses of color on canvas. Sky and land are transformed by sunset pink, orange, and bright yellow. Urban and suburban settings insert the surprising and unnatural into the natural with brightly painted walls and manufactured accents.

Optical effects from complementary colors make trees vibrate and backgrounds shimmer. Monochromatic studies accentuate atmosphere, and rainbow-colored abstractions create new realities.

Marcia Burtt featured in Athens Embassy catalog

Marcia Burtt has been a proud participant of the Art in Embassies program that is put on by the US State Department. “Art in Embassies (AIE), a program within the U.S. Department of State, creates vital cross-cultural dialogue and mutual understanding through the visual arts and dynamic artist exchanges.” Her art has been recently been exhibited in Athens, Greece.

The Art of Plein Air Painting

Marcia Burtt is a featured artist in the just published:

The Art of Plein Air Painting: An Essential Guide to Materials, Concepts, and Techniques for Painting Outdoors
by M. Stephen Doherty

You can find it on Amazon here:
http://a.co/3qXzQHq

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Sarasota workshop

Lovely beaches, beautiful paintings and big brushes in Florida!

DISAPPEARED!!

While on the walls at L’Auberge in Sedona, these paintings have vanished:
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I lent these paintings to L’Auberge in 2007 where I believed they would be seen and be sold to visitors to this lovely hotel.

A year ago I realized it was time to get the paintings back, but when I contacted the manager I was told the paintings were not there and he could not help me.
He no longer returns my phone calls or emails.

Please help! If you see any of these paintings I’d appreciate knowing where they are now.

Contact info.
Marcia Burtt
marciaburtt@gmail.com

805-448-4812 cell
805-962-5588 gallery
805-689-7876 ranch

Galleries

Marcia Burtt GALLERY
517 Laguna St., Santa Barbara, CA 93101
805 962-5588
marciaburttstudio@gmail.com
Hours: 1-5 Thursday through Sunday, closed Mon., Tue., & Wed.
CLOSED MAJOR HOLIDAYS
artlacuna.com

Tree’s Place, Route 6A at 28, Orleans, MA, 508-255-1330. www.treesplace.com

Santa Barbara Fine Art
Arlington Plaza
1324 State Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Hours Thur-Mon 10-5, closed Tues-Wed
Gallery: (805) 845-4270

the Oak Group. www.oakgroup.org