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Decmember First Thursday Art Walk 2015
With over 4000sq feet, the new home of Mediterranee Antiques at 500
Maple #5 in Carpinteria, California dazzles the eye, and invites you to
linger.Specializing in Latin American and European art and antiques, the
evolving inventory of antiques includes a selection of fine, 18th, 19th and 20th
century French, Spanish and Italian trunks, cabinets, credenzas, tables, chairs
and other interior furnishings.
Additionally, antique reproduction furniture, based on 17th and 18th century
Italian, Spanish and Portuguese designs produced and manufactured by Carolina
Pierpont, are offered for sale and may be customized.
A great selection of vibrant vintage textiles hand loomed from Latin
America and Africa have been transformed into colorful pillows, wall hangings
and table wear.Interior accessories include hand carved and gilded mirrors,
frames from Peru, Santos (saints) from Brazil, religious artifacts, vintage pieces
and other one of a kind collectables that fit into Santa Barbara’s Spanish
Distinctive fine art, with an emphasis on Latin America art from the 19th
century to the works of contemporary artists.We offer shipping to most places in
the United States and free shipping on some of our items to Locations all over
Southern California.If you interested in any piece or if you have any questions
do not hesitate to contact us by phone 805 695 0910 805 680241 or by
Please like our Facebook page for updates and events
Bjorn Rye (1942-1998)
Born in Los Angeles, California in 1942, Rye was raised in Utah and
traveled widely in his youth. He studied art history and creative writing
at Columbia University with his BA achieved in 1973, and received an MA
at New York City College in 1974. The writer of several novels, he
returned to the Santa Barbara, California in 1989 and painted landscapes
for sell-out shows in New York City, San Francisco, and Santa Barbara in
1997 and 1998, the year he died.
Approaching Storm by Bjorn Rye
drawing, charcoal on paper
54.5" L x 30.5" H
Bjorn Rye (1942-1998)
28.0ʺW × 2.0ʺD × 31.0ʺH
Elisse Pogofsky-Harris (American 1941-)
Jacob Wrestling with the Angel
32.0ʺW × 48.0ʺH
Oil on canvas
31.0ʺW × 41.0ʺH
Oil on canvas
Lobster Still Life
35.0ʺW × 28.0ʺH
watercolor and pastel on paper
I fell in love with 'plein air' painting because it allowed me to be in beautiful
places and to focus on the moment. I strive to have the viewer want to be in that
place in the painting and so I tend to paint vignettes instead of vast panoramas.
I have been exhibiting award-winning pastel and oil paintings since 2002. Born
and raised in Santa Barbara, I am a member of the Santa Barbara Art
Association. My work is exhibited in major art festivals in southern California and
continuously at Gallery Los Olivos in Los Olivos
Pastel on archival museum grade paper
18”L x 15”H
“Modern day Rennissance man”
Lawyer Painter Musician Surfer
acrylic on canvas
19" L x 16" H
In 2002 I began working with clay, throwing shapes, altering surfaces and experimenting with glazes. Two
years later I discovered that painting allowed me to work more spontaneously, with better control of my
color palette. My love of texture transferred from clay to canvas. Rather than realistically recreating the
natural and geological features that have always fascinated me, I paint my response to them.
After losing our home to a wildfire in 2008, and then buying a home with a beautiful garden, I realized that
my interest in geology and the natural world is really about the inevitability of change. Geology is the study
of how the earth uplifts and erodes, and plants evolve every day. Whatever you think you have, it'll be gone
someday, and whatever you don't like, that will go too.
lava gel acrylic on canvas
30" L x 30" H
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