LUM Art Magazine

April 2021

"Continuing their tradition of preserving open spaces, the Oak Group will hold its thirty-fifth anniversary show benefiting The Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network, whose mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and return to the wild, sick, orphaned and injured wild birds, reptiles and small mammals in Santa Barbara and..."

LUM Art Magazine

April 2021

"John Wullbrandt’s retrospective exhibition, John Wullbrandt/2021, at Santa Barbara Fine Art Gallery, is a gorgeous, sun-kissed selection of his paintings, exploring Santa Barbara County’s many splendors – from landscapes and pastoral vignettes to urban and architectural portraits. Across the exhibition..."

LUM Art Magazine

April 2021

"In the 1970s, Richard Schloss found his niche as a landscape artist in Santa Barbara. Today, he continues to capture the sunny city he calls home as co-founder and artist-in-residence at Santa Barbara Fine Art Gallery.

When approaching a new painting, Schloss starts with an appreciation of the natural light. He focuses in on..."

Santa Barbara Independent

July 2020

"Amidst the accomplished landscape painters calling Santa Barbara home, Michael Drury stands apart. For decades, Drury has traversed the familiar world of landscape painting, mostly in dedicated and site-spawned “plein air” style and rendered with a distinctive personal visual language..."

Hope Ranch Living

February 2019

"As a boy in the 1960's, landscape artist Richard Schloss spent every summer and Christmas vacation visiting his grandparents in Hope Ranch. Richard's grandfather R.L. "Bob" Keyes was President of Aramco Oil and lived in Arabia for many years ...."

Santa Barbara News Press


"Talk about timely. Some of the oil paintings in Richard Schloss's current exhibit at the Santa Barbara Fine Art Gallery on State Street are rainy wet street scenes of Santa Barbara. "I began drawing street scenes in the rain when I lived ..."

Santa Barbara Magazine, Home & Garden


'Artist Richard Schloss remembers when he was studying art at UCSB in the 1970s: "If you painted something too pretty, you were criticized for it; prettiness meant you were a weekend painter, because real artists make ugly things." Nearly five years...'

Montecito Magazine

Fall 2018-Winter 2019

"Artist Richard Schloss (above) and his wife Julie are the new owners of Santa Barbara Fine Art in Arlington Plaza (in the former Santa Barbara Frame Shop & Gallery Space). Richard and Julie are longtime Santa Barbara residents who moved..."

Voice Magazine

August 10, 2018

"Combining history with natural beauty and highlighting little things that make our city so unique, Viva Santa Barbara at the Santa Barbara Fine Art celebrate this seaside town through the eyes of local artists. The new gallery, managed by Julie... "

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