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October 2018

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Wildling Museum & Abstract Art Collective Present Nature Abstracted
October 17 - February 04
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The Wildling Museum in Solvang is collaborating with the Santa Barbara based Abstract Art Collective to produce Nature Abstracted. This show features work from the Abstract Art Collective (AAC), a Santa Barbara community-based group of artists. Abstract art challenges the artist and audience to mine the depths of emotion and intellect—to journey far from real world imagery and into the imagination. In this exhibit you will see the artists’ response to various aspects of nature experiences—responses they’ve chosen to share. Nature Abstracted is an exquisite and intimate exhibition to be enjoyed by all ages, and at many levels. There are 29 works by 18 artists, accompanied by wall placards describing each work as to medium and thought process in the work’s production.
The Wildling’s Executive Director Stacey Otte-Demangate and Westmont College’s Nathan Huff juried the submissions from the members of the Abstract Art Collective for this exhibit. Over 25 artworks will be for sale, with 30% of the proceeds supporting the museum. Nature Abstracted will be on display in the Barbara Goodall Education Center from October 3rd through February 4th, 2019.


Website: http://www.wildlingmuseum.org/wildling-museum-abstract-art-collective-present-nature-abstracted/
Email: mitra@wildlingmuseum.org
Phone: 8056868315

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Opera at Noontime
October 17
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Come celebrate the 25th Anniversary Season of Opera Santa Barbara when members of OSB’s Chrisman Studio Artist Residency Program perform selections from Puccini’s La Boheme. One of the most beloved operas of all time, Puccini’s La Boheme will be performed November 9th and 11th at The Granada Theater. These emerging opera stars of tomorrow are chosen by national auditions and they will also perform small roles in OSB productions and facilitate an interactive Opera Lab workshop that is free to area schools. 
The 2018-19 Chrisman Studio Artists are:  Ashley Kay Armstrong (mezzo-soprano), Yazid Gray (baritone), Michael Kollmorgen (tenor), and Jennifer Lindsay (soprano). Jennifer Lindsay will be replaced by soprano, Oxana Senina at this concert.


Website: http://www.wildlingmuseum.org/opera-at-noontime-oct-17th/
Email: info@wildlingmuseum.org
Phone: 8056868315

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Opera at Noontime
October 17
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Come celebrate the 25th Anniversary Season of Opera Santa Barbara when members of OSB’s Chrisman Studio Artist Residency Program perform selections from Puccini’s La Boheme. One of the most beloved operas of all time, Puccini’s La Boheme will be performed November 9th and 11th at The Granada Theater. These emerging opera stars of tomorrow are chosen by national auditions and they will also perform small roles in OSB productions and facilitate an interactive Opera Lab workshop that is free to area schools. 
The 2018-19 Chrisman Studio Artists are:  Ashley Kay Armstrong (mezzo-soprano), Yazid Gray (baritone), Michael Kollmorgen (tenor), and Jennifer Lindsay (soprano). Jennifer Lindsay will be replaced by soprano, Oxana Senina at this concert.


Website: http://www.wildlingmuseum.org/opera-at-noontime-oct-17th/
Email: info@wildlingmuseum.org
Phone: 8056868315

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For You, For Life, For Energy!
October 18
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

A FREE presentation

About BEMER (Bio-Electro-Magnetic Energy Regulation)

A Physical Vascular Technology.

 
Thurs. October 18, 2018
5.30 pm to 7.30pm

254 E Hwy 246 Suite C,

Buellton, CA 93427

 

IMAGINE A TOMORROW FEELING BETTER THAN TODAY…

Learn how this technology can revolutionize your Life!

 

Being healthy, sharp and active well into our retirement is a common goal. Come learn how this non-invasive technology can be your best ally in reaching this precious goal.

Whether you are in ill-health or are in top performance BEMER can support you into the future!

  • Hands on demonstrations before the presentation - Try it out!

  • Presentation by: Lynne Lesson, Senior BEMER Distributor

 

For You: With advancing age, health and quality of life issues are becoming more important. BEMER provides a non-invasive and non-habit forming alternative. After 20 years of research there are no known side-effects.

 

FOR HEALTH: BEMER increases Microcirculation up to 30%. Therefore, the effect on the human body is profound and unsurpassed!

 

Daily sessions (16 min.) will help boost:

• Blood Flow and Microcirculation;

 

 • Cardiac Function;

 • Mental Acuity & Focus;

 • Healing Recovery Time;

 • Athletic Performance.

Learn why medical professionals, physicians, practitioners as well as athletes and a vast number of BEMER enthusiasts in over 42 countries are successfully using our clinically proven and FDA registered device to improve the quality of life. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how BEMER can impact your health in an innovative, non-invasive, and natural way.

 

All Benefits are directly applicable to horses’ health and performance.

 


Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/2008924792499868/
Email: daphne.romani@bemermail.com
Phone: (805)259-7462

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Nature Imagined
October 20 - January 21
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

You are invited to Nature Imagined, a special exhibition that celebrates nature through the vivid imaginations of Cheryl Medow, Ellen Jewett, and Hilary Brace. Inspired by nature, these artists use diverse materials and methods to create environments that engage the imagination. The viewer is invited to look into the details of their artwork and explore the unique weaving of image, texture, and pattern that resembles nature and yet is unlike anything in the natural world. Photographer Cheryl Medow uses composite digital photography to create intriguing images of birds that make the viewer take a second and a third look to digest the full scene. Some are humorous, others majestic, all fascinating.Ellen Jewett lives in British Columbia and loaned a piece to our recent Animals A to Z exhibition. After seeing everyone’s fascination with her detailed, delicate sculptures we knew we needed to show more of her work. She will be loaning eight pieces to Nature Imagined. Hilary Brace of Santa Barbara uses charcoal, graphite and digital mediums to create monochrome, dramatic and imagined landscapes.


Website: http://www.wildlingmuseum.org/home-new/exhibitions/nature-imagined/
Email: info@wildlingmuseum.org
Phone: 8056868315

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Nature Regenerated
October 20 - November 05
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The Wildling is proud to present its annual photography competition, celebrating its 10th year! Photographers were encouraged to capture examples of nature’s magical ability to regenerate and thrive. All winning entries in the Adult and Junior Categories will be exhibited at the Wildling Museum in the summer of 2018 and on the Wildling website. Cash awards will be announced at the exhibition opening on August 4th. This year’s guest judge is Bill Dewey, whose extensively photographed the tri-counties through its many cycles of fire and regeneration. The wildfires that raged through the Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo Counties this past year have left our landscape blackened and desolate. Though it may seem that nature has succumbed to the fire, it perseveres and regenerates. Wildlife, flowers, and greenery spring forth in a display of hope and rebirth.


Website: http://www.wildlingmuseum.org/photography-competition/
Email: info@wildlingmuseum.org
Phone: 8056868315

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Nature Abstracted Opening Reception
October 20
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

The Wildling Museum in Solvang is collaborating with the Santa Barbara based Abstract Art Collective to produce Nature Abstracted. This show features work from the Abstract Art Collective (AAC), a Santa Barbara community-based group of artists. Abstract art challenges the artist and audience to mine the depths of emotion and intellect—to journey far from real world imagery and into the imagination. In this exhibit you will see the artists’ response to various aspects of nature experiences—responses they’ve chosen to share.
The Wildling’s Executive Director Stacey Otte-Demangate and Westmont College’s Nathan Huff juried the submissions from the members of the Abstract Art Collective for this exhibit. Awards will include 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes, Juror’s Choice and People’s Choice.  Over 25 artworks will be for sale, with 30% of the proceeds supporting the museum. Nature Abstracted will be on display in the Barbara Goodall Education Center from October 3rd through February 4th, 2019. The opening reception will be on October 20th from 3-5pm at the Wildling Museum. RSVP to mitra@wildlingmuseum.org or 805.686.8315.


Website: http://www.wildlingmuseum.org/wildling-museum-abstract-art-collective-present-nature-abstracted/
Email: mitra@wildlingmuseum.org
Phone: 8056868315

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Wildling Museum & Abstract Art Collective Present Nature Abstracted
October 24 - February 04
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The Wildling Museum in Solvang is collaborating with the Santa Barbara based Abstract Art Collective to produce Nature Abstracted. This show features work from the Abstract Art Collective (AAC), a Santa Barbara community-based group of artists. Abstract art challenges the artist and audience to mine the depths of emotion and intellect—to journey far from real world imagery and into the imagination. In this exhibit you will see the artists’ response to various aspects of nature experiences—responses they’ve chosen to share. Nature Abstracted is an exquisite and intimate exhibition to be enjoyed by all ages, and at many levels. There are 29 works by 18 artists, accompanied by wall placards describing each work as to medium and thought process in the work’s production.
The Wildling’s Executive Director Stacey Otte-Demangate and Westmont College’s Nathan Huff juried the submissions from the members of the Abstract Art Collective for this exhibit. Over 25 artworks will be for sale, with 30% of the proceeds supporting the museum. Nature Abstracted will be on display in the Barbara Goodall Education Center from October 3rd through February 4th, 2019.


Website: http://www.wildlingmuseum.org/wildling-museum-abstract-art-collective-present-nature-abstracted/
Email: mitra@wildlingmuseum.org
Phone: 8056868315

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Artisan Soap Making Class
October 26
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Join Zaca Mesa and the Foxen Canyon Soap Company for a class in creating artisan soap from local, sustainably sourced, environmentally responsible, fair trade ingredients. Enjoy small bites and wine as we create a custom soap recipe together! Space is limited, so reserve your spot promptly. 

Tickets: $45 
Includes: Wine, small bites, & your very own handcrafted soap

To RSVP contact
Kelsey@zacamesa.com or call 805.688.9339 x320


Website: http://www.zacamesa.com
Email: kelsey@zacamesa.com
Phone: 805.688.9339 x320

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The Great Pumpkin Festival AT Kalyra Winery
October 27
10:00 AM - 4:45 PM

Search the Kalyra vineyard

for The GREAT Pumpkin


at Kalyra's Pumpkin Festival

October 27th, 2018. 

 
Location: 343 N. Refugio Road

Santa Ynez, CA 93460


Time: 11:00 - 4:00 pm


Costume contests,


Pumpkin Decorating and a Scary

 

Scavenger Hunt--

FUN and FREE for all ages!


RSVP to

winethieves@kalyrawinery.com to

be entered into the raffle

drawings; must be present to

win.


Website: https://www.kalyrawinery.com/Events/event-details.php?eventID=131
Email: kalyramarketing@gmail.com
Phone: 8056938864

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Nature Imagined
October 27 - January 21
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

You are invited to Nature Imagined, a special exhibition that celebrates nature through the vivid imaginations of Cheryl Medow, Ellen Jewett, and Hilary Brace. Inspired by nature, these artists use diverse materials and methods to create environments that engage the imagination. The viewer is invited to look into the details of their artwork and explore the unique weaving of image, texture, and pattern that resembles nature and yet is unlike anything in the natural world. Photographer Cheryl Medow uses composite digital photography to create intriguing images of birds that make the viewer take a second and a third look to digest the full scene. Some are humorous, others majestic, all fascinating.Ellen Jewett lives in British Columbia and loaned a piece to our recent Animals A to Z exhibition. After seeing everyone’s fascination with her detailed, delicate sculptures we knew we needed to show more of her work. She will be loaning eight pieces to Nature Imagined. Hilary Brace of Santa Barbara uses charcoal, graphite and digital mediums to create monochrome, dramatic and imagined landscapes.


Website: http://www.wildlingmuseum.org/home-new/exhibitions/nature-imagined/
Email: info@wildlingmuseum.org
Phone: 8056868315

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Nature Regenerated
October 27 - November 05
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The Wildling is proud to present its annual photography competition, celebrating its 10th year! Photographers were encouraged to capture examples of nature’s magical ability to regenerate and thrive. All winning entries in the Adult and Junior Categories will be exhibited at the Wildling Museum in the summer of 2018 and on the Wildling website. Cash awards will be announced at the exhibition opening on August 4th. This year’s guest judge is Bill Dewey, whose extensively photographed the tri-counties through its many cycles of fire and regeneration. The wildfires that raged through the Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo Counties this past year have left our landscape blackened and desolate. Though it may seem that nature has succumbed to the fire, it perseveres and regenerates. Wildlife, flowers, and greenery spring forth in a display of hope and rebirth.


Website: http://www.wildlingmuseum.org/photography-competition/
Email: info@wildlingmuseum.org
Phone: 8056868315

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Wildling Museum & Abstract Art Collective Present Nature Abstracted
October 31 - February 04
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The Wildling Museum in Solvang is collaborating with the Santa Barbara based Abstract Art Collective to produce Nature Abstracted. This show features work from the Abstract Art Collective (AAC), a Santa Barbara community-based group of artists. Abstract art challenges the artist and audience to mine the depths of emotion and intellect—to journey far from real world imagery and into the imagination. In this exhibit you will see the artists’ response to various aspects of nature experiences—responses they’ve chosen to share. Nature Abstracted is an exquisite and intimate exhibition to be enjoyed by all ages, and at many levels. There are 29 works by 18 artists, accompanied by wall placards describing each work as to medium and thought process in the work’s production.
The Wildling’s Executive Director Stacey Otte-Demangate and Westmont College’s Nathan Huff juried the submissions from the members of the Abstract Art Collective for this exhibit. Over 25 artworks will be for sale, with 30% of the proceeds supporting the museum. Nature Abstracted will be on display in the Barbara Goodall Education Center from October 3rd through February 4th, 2019.


Website: http://www.wildlingmuseum.org/wildling-museum-abstract-art-collective-present-nature-abstracted/
Email: mitra@wildlingmuseum.org
Phone: 8056868315

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