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Take Art and Nature Home with You! 

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Our unique museum store is the perfect place to purchase handcrafted gifts, art books, guides to the natural history of the Santa Ynez Valley and Santa Barbara region, trail maps, home decor, kids’ activities and art project kits, plush animals, jewelry made from natural and recycled materials, and so much more! The Wildling Museum Store is truly a destination in its own right! 

The Wildling Museum Store offers a diverse mix of merchandise that celebrates nature in various ways. Many of the items are made by local artists. Jewelers Monika Miehle and Heather Federlein hail from Buellton, Kaaren Jordan lives in Solvang, and Nancy Murdock’s amazing necklaces are made in Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara Potter Ed Spaw is a Valley resident. If you would like to sell your products in the museum store, please fill out a vendor application.

Santa Barbara Printmakers: Natives, 5 x 5

on Display July 10 - October 7, 2019

A selection of works featured in  Natives, 5 x 5  at the Wildling Museum.  Top row (left to right): Edward Rodgers, Siu Zimmerman, Karen Schroeder. Bottom row (left to right): Anthony Galvan III, Nina de Creeft Ward, Sara Woodburn, Courtesy the Santa Barbara Printmakers.

A selection of works featured in Natives, 5 x 5 at the Wildling Museum.

Top row (left to right): Edward Rodgers, Siu Zimmerman, Karen Schroeder. Bottom row (left to right): Anthony Galvan III, Nina de Creeft Ward, Sara Woodburn, Courtesy the Santa Barbara Printmakers.

The Wildling Museum is pleased to announce a new Featured Artist show by the Santa Barbara Printmakers (SBP), Natives, 5 x 5, on view now through October 7, 2019 in the Wildling Museum store. Colorful overlapping leaves, a delicately rendered coyote, misty mountain views, and bold graphic butterflies are among nearly 100 different prints on view, each measuring 5 x 5 inches in size.

The display features works by over 25 members of the Santa Barbara Printmakers, a group of artists working in a range of printmaking techniques that span traditional and digital methods. Artists created works inspired by native Central Coast wildlife, vegetation, landscapes, and abstractions using techniques ranging from drypoint, linocuts, monoprints, monotypes, relief woodcuts, scrennprinting, polymer intaglio, and more.

All works are for sale at the Wildling Museum store and range from $12 - 100, with a portion of proceeds benefitting the museum. Click here to download the press release.

Featured artists include:

Christina Altfeld, Kimberly Atkins, Andrew Baker, Nancy Bingham, Claudia Borfiga, Kaelee Boussarie, Karen L. Brown, Nadya Brown, Cody Cammbell, Helen K Davies, Nina de Creeft Ward, Beverly Decker, Mary Freericks, Anthony Galvan, Rosemarie C. Gebhart, Judy Gibbs, Bay Hallowell, Mary Ince, Jana Julian, Yessy Kazali Kim, Thomas Michali, Edward Rodgers, Karen R. Schroeder, Linda Taylor, Paula Voss, Joyce Wilson, Sara Woodburn, Don Zimmerman, Siu Zimmerman.

About the Santa Barbara Printmakers:

The Santa Barbara Printmakers (SBP) is a group of artists dedicated to creating and presenting prints that are made using hand and press printing techniques: etching, drypoint, monotype, monoprint, woodblock, collagraph, linocut, clay, lithography, serigraphy, transfer, and digital programming.

SBP is a volunteer organization and supports activities through membership dues and the talent, skill, and energy of members. SBP welcomes applications from printmakers throughout California who use hand and press printing techniques. For more information, visit www.sbprintmakers.com.

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Featured Local Artist

The Wildling store now features wall hung art by local artists! The Museum works with artists throughout the tri-county area and rotates works every few months. If you are an artist living in Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, or Ventura counties and would like to participate in this program, please fill out out an artist application.  Art must be wall-hung, reflect the Wildling Museum’s mission to celebrate and explore wilderness, nature, and wildlife, and will be juried to ensure displayed works are of professional quality and feature a diversity of mediums, techniques, and creativity.

Past Featured Local Artists: