Still in a natural setting, Creekspirit has evolved over the years into a "Garden of Art" in which have been installed many of Patti Jacquemain's mosaic pieces produced over the years, reflecting the essence of her artistic creativity. Creekspirit is located on the banks of seasonal Mission Creek in Santa Barbara's Mission Canyon area. It comprises over two acres of redwood trees, native plants, ferns, flowers, and mosaic art.
The center of the association is the Cypress Gallery that shows art from its members. Founded in 1994 by the Lompoc Valley Art Association, Cypress Gallery showcases the art of over 60 well-known local artists. Art lovers will find a variety of fine art in the Gallery: watercolors, oils, acrylics, pastels, mixed media, photography, ceramics, jewelry, souvenirs, and great gift ideas. Prices are very reasonable, and one of the artists is always available to assist you.
Sara Box graduated from UC Santa Barbara with a BA in Biological Anthropology and minors in Personal Fitness Instruction and Exercise and Health Science. Sara completed her MS in Holistic Nutrition through Hawthorn University. Sara with her associate Matt Anderson own Titan Sports Performance.
This blog provides a forum for former employees to record their memories of the many space exploits of the Hughes Aircraft Company and is jointly sponsored by Steve Dorfman and Jack Fisher. It is an initial collection of employee memories from SBRC’s / SBRS’s company history. Diane Sova collected SBRC-SBRS history with the plan to publish it in book form. Publication was interrupted by her on-going world tour.
The Israel Committee of Santa Barbara is an independent organization whose purpose is to foster informed support for Israel in the community, to facilitate effective responses to anti-Israel bias in the media and other public forums, and to provide opportunities for study and dialogue on related topics.
Patricia Diorio brings 20 years of experience in education and psychology to her work as an intuitive spiritual counselor and media coach. She is passionate about making a difference in people's lives by inspiring them to remember that we are all powerful spiritual beings having a human experience.
“(THM) Teen Health Magazine” was founded by Max Mondolin 2007 while he was attending high school, during ”The Early 2000 Recession”. Frustrated by the lack of information available to him while dealing with the college application process, his mom's battle with cancer and family financial crises, he realized a great need existed for an informative magazine for teens that is mainly written by teens.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Santa Barbara produces the Santa Barbara Jewish Film Festival specifically to celebrate the diversity of Jewish history, culture, and identity, while hoping that the films and their stories will resonate beyond these settings and speak to universal experiences and issues that confront our common humanity.
Expressive Art Workshops give people a positive way to handle their anger and pain. Artesia Healing Arts is dedicated to providing a peaceful, healing, and safe environment for the expression and teaching of visual arts to all community members affected by domestic violence.