What does it take to make it 30 years in the gallery world? A lot of heart and a lot of strong artworks. 
An established exhibitor of oil paintings, pastels, and watercolor work, Waterhouse Gallery in Santa Barbara, California, will celebrate its 30th year this month. For a gallery committed to displaying quality representational work from contemporary artists, there’s no better way to commemorate such a milestone than another handsome exhibition of paintings. A 30th Anniversary Exhibition, featuring gallery and guest artists, will premiere at Waterhouse Gallery on November 22.

Steve Hanks, “Listening to the Music,” watercolor, 10 x 8 in. Waterhouse Gallery

Scott Christensen, “Turtle Bay,” oil, 8 x 10 in. Waterhouse Gallery

“The 30-year journey has been a labor of love,” says gallery owner Diane Waterhouse. “We have met so many wonderful people over the years and helped launch several young artists at the beginning of their careers. We only show works that we love, and our enthusiasm comes from the heart.”

Aldo Balding, “La Serveuse,” oil, 22 3/4 x 18 1/4 in. Waterhouse Gallery

Kevin Courter, “Passing Storm,” oil, 12 x 10 in. Waterhouse Gallery

The anniversary exhibition features a list of highly accomplished landscape and figurative painters, including Peter Adams, Cyrus Afsary, Aldo Balding, Dan Beck, Scott Christensen, Josh Clare, Kevin Courter, Nancy Seamons Crookston, Jacob Dhein, Kim English, Cynthia Hamilton, Steve Hanks, Robert Lemler, Calvin Liang, Kevin Macpherson, Stan Moeller, C.W. Mundy, Derek Penix, Dennis Perrin, Pauline Roche, Jason Sacran, Matt Smith, Mian Situ, Joseph Todorovitch, Hsin-Yao Tseng, Jove Wang, and Vincent Xeus.
To see more from the 30th Anniversary Exhibition, visit Waterhouse Gallery’s website.


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