Pamela Hill Enticknap
RT Livingston is a conceptual artist who in 2006 moved from New York to Santa Barbara where she continues making art that focuses on the environment. Paintings from her series “THE CiC:I draw the line where the water meets the sky” and PETRIFIED TRUNKS are visual metaphors for clean water and air: LIFELINES to existence on Earth.
Francine Kirsch immigrated to the US in the 70’s from France. After studying ceramics at SBCC, she ventured to Japan where for five years she immersed herself in the study of ceramics.The recurrent themes of her sculptures are inspired by the harmonious lines found in nature.
Pamela Hill Enticknap moved to Santa Barbara in 1998 from the Princeton, NJ area to focus on fine arts after a career as Creative Director at Rivermead Design Studio. Her black bird paintings focus our attention on the small Brewer’s Black Birds that forage on the California beaches. These delicate black characters gather in groups, vigilant and wary, social and highly aware, as they try to coexist with beachgoers.