Annual Holiday Art Show Features Local Work Under $300

Santa Barbara Art Association Exhibition of Central Coast Art at Faulkner Gallery

The Santa Barbara Art Association is proud to present its annual holiday show December 2 -18, at the Faulkner Gallery in downtown Santa Barbara. The show features locally made artwork from Central Coast artists with each piece priced at $300 or less. The opening reception will occur Thursday, December 2 as a part of Santa Barbara’s December 1st Thursday events.

Violet Stegall, White Poinsetta, Watercolor on Paper, 10.5 x 14.5 inches
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Violet Stegall, White Poinsetta, Watercolor on Paper, 10.5 x 14.5 inches

This exhibition has been designed with an eye towards the holiday shopper who is looking to for a unique gift of art while staying within budget. As a showcase of locally produced artwork, this exhibit gives the community an opportunity to buy greener gifts and to support local artist. With a membership of over 500 artists, the Santa Barbara Art Association’s shows a diversity of styles, media, and sizes, appealing to a variety of tastes.

The Santa Barbara Art Association’s holiday show will take place at the Faulkner Gallery at the Santa Barbara Public Library, 40 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara, CA. The Faulkner Gallery is open during library hours: 10am to 8pm Tuesday – Thursday, 10am to 5:30pm Friday – Saturday, and 1 to 5pm on Sunday.

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The Santa Barbara Art Association is a non-profit 501(c)(3) with over 500 members, founded in 1952. The association presents exhibitions, workshops, arts events, and awards scholarships to local college students and supports art in the schools through its Student Art Fund. For additional information about the Association or this event, contact Rose Briccetti at 314-882-1972 or

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