Waterhouse Gallery
Nina Warner
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4 x 8 Oil $550
Carpinteria Bluffs Trail
6 x 12 Oil $550 
Carpinteria Bluffs
8 x 10 Oil $750 
Ellwood Path
8 x 6 Oil $450
 Old Bridge Devereuux Slough
8 x10 Oil $650
 Botanic Garden Walk
6 x8 Oil $450
 Arroyo Hondo Canyon Spring
8 x10 Oil $650

White Rock River View
6 x 10 Oil $500


  Cypress at Coal Oil Point
12 x 9 Oil $500

 Lake Los Carneros
10 x 10 Oil $500

  Late Afternoon, Farren Road
6 x 12 Oil $750

After Spring Ran, Ellwood
8 x 10 Oil $500 


 El Capitan Path
6 x 12 Oil $500
View from Parma Park
8 x 10 Oil $500 
   Spring Bloom, Douglas Presrve
8 x 10 Oil Sold

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Nina Warner

Born - Los Angeles, CA

MFA - University of California, Santa Barbara
BA - College of Creative Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara

Associate Professor, Art Department, Santa Barbara City College,
1987 - 2012. Teaching drawing, figure drawing, 2D design, oil painting, watercolor and artist books.
Served as Art Department Chair and Director of the Atkinson Gallery,
as well as co-director of Study Abroad programs to Florence,
Italy and the former Soviet Union.

She has lived and worked as an artist in Santa Barbara since 1973.
Over the years she has been involved in the arts community
of Santa Barbara in many capacities including serving on
Boards of local art institutions and groups, jurying exhibitions
for various artist groups, participating in public panel talks
and teaching painting workshops.

In 2012, she retired after 25 years of full-time teaching and have devoted much of her time to painting, drawing, and printmaking.
Plein air painting is large part of my work - she enjoys the challenge of working outdoors and capturing the sense of a scene. She also work with still-life, the figure and larger studio paintings.

Her work has been exhibited widely - locally and throughout the U.S. In the past three years, she has shown work in the Atkinson Gallery, Faulkner Gallery, Elverhoj Museum, Wildling Museum of Art and Nature, Westmont/Ridley-Tree Museum, Channing-Peake Gallery, VITA Art Center, Casa Gallery, Palm Loft Gallery, Sullivan-Goss Gallery, the Architectural Foundation of Santa Barbara, Santa Paula Art Museum,
the SCAPE group at various venues, Santa Barbara City Hall Gallery.

. She is a member of SCAPE and the California Art Club.

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