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Diana Postel

Diana Postel painted and exhibited for over 6 decades. She trained at the Art Institute of Chicago, and extensively with Norman Raeben, son of author/playwright Sholem Aleichem and a student of Robert Henri and George Luks. Her paintings are both vibrant and insouciant, with bold use of colors and placement of objects. Her work has been influenced by Milton Avery, Henri Matisse, and Pablo Picasso.  With elements of abstraction that delineate the essence of a still life, figure or landscape in a poetic context, her work presents representational oils and mixed media works on paper.

A Century, A Painter

Cecily Barth Firestein

An abstract expressionist painter and printmaker, Cecily Barth Firestein's work has been featured in museums, private collections and galleries across the globe. Her 50th one women show, A Century, A Painter, highlights nearly a century's worth of exquisite work that expresses Firestein's personal statements with humor in monotype/collage compositions on paper. 

Abstracts and Portraits


Santa Barbara native Christopher Colvin is self taught by means of personal study and perseverance, heavily influenced by his experiences living in San Fransisco and New York City. His work has shown in galleries and exhibitions coast to coast, including the Lincoln Center in conjunction with the African Film Festival.

Coastal Edges

Kellen Meyer

Kellen Meyer is a contemporary artist focused on large-scale fiber art installations, sculptures, and collaborations with galleries and boutique hotels. Rooted in nature and story, highly influenced by the natural world, Meyer creates with natural, biodegradable materials and plant dyes.

Coastal Edges

John Baron

As an artist and professional photographer, John Baran's photography inspires both his abstract and wildlife fine art paintings and commissions. He spends countless hours on land and in the sea observing animals in their natural environments, photographing and sketching them as inspiration for his work.

An Artistic Oddesey

Robert Heckes

Using oil and acrylic polymer paint, Robert Heckes creates vibrant large and medium-scale paintings that hint at environment, personal experience and social media. His work has shown nationally and has been reviewed in publications including the New York Times, New Yorker Magazine, Art in America, Village Voice, and Architectural Digest.

Robert Heckes Oil Painting

Polpo Pottery


Local, hand-thrown ceramics by Polpo Pottery, the inspiration of Ethan Lowry. High quality clay with exceptional glaze selection. One of a kind, exclusive to Art & Soul.