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 Rick Garcia Waterhouse Gallery
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Aloes 1
16 x 8 Oil
 

Franchesci Dusk
8 x 6 Oil



Pink Clouds
12 x 16 Oil

Refugio Tidal Surge
12 x 12 Oil

Aloes 2
16 x 8 Oil
 

 

Hard Shadows, Agave
16 x 12 Oil
 

Morning Fog at Shoreline
12 x 16 Oil
 

 

Agave & Aloes at Lotusland
12 x 12 Oil
 

 

Fields near Lompoc
11 x 14 Oil
 SOLD

 

Mission Agaves
12 x 12 Oil
 

Agaves at Los Canoas
10 x 8 Oil
  

 

Foamy Waters
12 x 12 Oil
 

Thunder Over the Channel Islands
30 x 30 Oil

 

Storm's Aftermath
16 x 16 Oil
 

Verigated Agave 2
7 x 5 Oil
  

 

Verigated Agave
7 x 5 Oil
 

Intertwined
23 x 15 Oil
SOLD 

Path to the Bluffs
11 x 29 Oil
   

Verigated Agave
12 x 30 Oil



Patron Silver
28 x 18 Oil
SOLD

 

Light Dance 2
8 x 8 Oil
 

Shoreline Mirror
6 x 12 Oil
   SOLD

Wet Sand at Thousand Steps
16 x 16 Oil
  SOLD

 

The Dance
36 x 36 Oil
SOLD

 

Syncopated Rhythm
14 x 14 Oil
SOLD 

Aloes above the Bird Refuge
6 x 12 Oil
   SOLD

 

The Mentor
10 x 8 Oil
SOLD

Jennifer's Aloes in Bloom
8 x 8 Oil
SOLD

Varigated Agave
15 x 37 Oil
SOLD 

Moonlit Sunset
14 x 29 Oil
  SOLD

 

Shoreline Glow
16 x 12 Oil
 SOLD

 

Oak off Jalama
8 x 8 Oil
 SOLD

 

Early Winter Morning, Shoreline
14 x 14 Oil
 SOLD

Aloe. Winter Solstice
30 x 14 Oil
SOLD

 

Hiking the Jesusita Trail
14 x 29 Oil
SOLD

Ploughed Clouds, Shoreline
20 x 10 Oil
SOLD

 

Golden Aloe
10 x 8 Oil
  SOLD

 

Mirrored Impression
20 x 10 Oil
SOLD

The Glow, Lake Casitas
6 x 12 Oil
  SOLD



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Cuervo Silver
6 x 12 Oil
SOLD

 

Montecito Cypress
16 x 8 Oil
SOLD

Representing Rick Garcia

Rick is an award winning Santa Barbara based artist who works in oils
on both canvas and board. He recieved formal training in biological illustration at California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland Ca. Born in 1953 he spent his early years soaking up the beauty of the Northern California's back country near his grandparent's ranch in Sebastapol, California. The vision of those undeveloped vistas has remained strong throughout the years and is still to date a strong influence in his work. Relying on a love of nature, an interest in the California Plein Air movement as well as commercial training in realism he has created a unique blend of style and vision.

University of California at Berkeley, 1973 to 1977. Bachelor of Arts Degree
in Conservation of Natural Resources.
California College of Arts and Crafts, 1979 to 1981 majoring in design/ illustration.

1997, started painting in oils
1998-1999, Windwood Galleries, Vail, Colorado.
1999-2000, Snowy Mountain Gallery, Buena Vista, Colorado.
1999, Honorable Mention Fine Art Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California.
2000 (April to October), Exhibited at Caruso/Woods Fine Arts.
2000 (October), 3rd place Beverly Hills Affaire in the Gardens Art Show.
2000 (October), “Museum Director’s Award” Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Art Walk.
2000 (October to present), Exhibiting at Pascucci Restaurant Santa Barbara CA.
2001 (June), Winner of the 2001 IAA Award (Individual Artist Award) in painting, Santa Barbara Arts Fund
2001 - August 2002, Maureen Murphy Fine Arts Montecito, CA.
2002 Garcia Fine Arts Prescott, AZ.
2002 Delphine Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA.
2002 to present, Park Gallery, Carmel, CA.
2003 Aug 29 through Oct 16, solo show, Delphine Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA.
2003 First Place Painting Santa Barbara Natural History Museum Art Walk



Call for questions 805-962-8885
or email us at art@waterhousegallery.com