Santa Barbara Botanic Garden

Sundown on the Meadow
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Linda Mutti, “Sundown on the Meadow”, 12 x 16 pastel

Ray Hunter, “Pollinator,” 8×8 in., w/c.

Ray Hunter, “Busy Bees,” 8×8 in., W/c

Ray Hunter, “Agave”. 13 x 19 in. w/c

Ray Hunter, “In Bloom,” 14 x 18 in. w/c

Marcia Burtt, “Breeze from the Southwest”

Chris Chapman, “Toyon Berries,” wc, 9×7

Chris Chapman, “Meadowsong,” 12×17, pastel

Chris Chapman, “Island Ironwood,” 9×9, wc

Jeremy Harper

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Santa Barbara Botanic Garden

From its inception in 1926 the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden has focused on preserving native California species and educating the public about the importance of conservation.

With a spectacular mountain backdrop to the north, a view of the Pacific and Channel Islands to the south, and oak woodland borders on the east and west, the Garden’s wildflower meadow provided a blanket of color in the foreground of every vista.

Over decades the meadow’s original design had been disturbed by encroachments from excessive paving and plantings inconsistent with its original design.

Now the process of returning the meadow to its historic state has begun.

For more information, go to
http://www.sbbg.org

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