Exhibitions currently on view at the Wildling are listed below. Click on each to read more information.
February 17, 2018 – July 8, 2018
First Floor Gallery
Six artists who call themselves the Rose-Compass spent a year documenting the Santa Ynez River from source to sea. Using the medium of gouache, over 150 paintings were created with each artists’ unique style.
March 17, 2018 – July 30, 2018
Second Floor Gallery
Three artists share their unique artistic perspectives of twenty-seven bird species that can be found in the tri-county region (Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo). Jim Hodgson, Rene C. Reyes and George Lockwood will be sharing artworks of their tributes to our local feathered friends.
A Mighty Oak
A Permanent Addition to our 2nd Floor Gallery
A permanent wall mural in our 2nd floor gallery that depicts the habitat around a Valley oak–one of the largest and old trees found in our area! Video and audio components to enhance the mural will be added soon. It’s a beautiful way to learn about the gorgeous environment around us in Santa Barbara County.
Local Wildlife Mosaics
Eight handcrafted mosaics by artist and museum founder Patti Jacquemain illustrate various local wildlife species. A delightful way to learn more about the natural world around us in Santa Barbara County and beyond!
Art Without Limits and The Wildling Museum
Gallery events and exhibitions, highlighting the art of AWoL Emerging Artists, are an integral part of the AWoL Mentorship Program. All that is entailed in preparing and presenting artwork for an exhibition is a significant element of an artist’s growth and success. It is also an opportunity for Emerging Artists to present their artwork to the community and for art lovers, artists, and donors to become more familiar with the successful AWoL Mentorship Program.