Temporary Exhibit

From the Mountains to the Sea: Original Woodcut prints and Mosaics

From the Mountains to the Sea: Original Woodcut prints and Mosaics

Jacquemain is an artist, naturalist, and founder of the Wildling Art Museum in Los Olivos, California where she serves as President of the Board. Her passion is the wilderness and wildlife of America. Although, her home is in Santa Barbara, she and her husband, Dave Gledhill, spend part of every season on the Swan River near Bigfork, Montana.

Jacquemain has had over 30 one-person gallery exhibitions and has been a part of many other group shows across the United States. She has had two books published which she wrote and illustrated. Her block print designs can be found on greeting cards and calenders including a 1989 Christmas card internationally.

Permanent Exhibit

Survival at Sea

Survival at Sea

From historic lighthouses to state-of-the-art rescue and emergency equipment, learn about aids to navigation, boating safety, and the professional organizations that keep the seas safe. The exhibit also includes an interactive Pilot House and video footage of vessels in storm conditions.

Shipswrecks in the Channel

Shipswrecks in the Channel

Discover the stories behind the Santa Barbara Channel shipwrecks. Displays on the Cuba, Winfield Scott and Honda Disasterprovide access to historic artifacts, images and insight into the underwater archaeology used to locate, research and preserve these underwater cultural resources. Exhibits on the Cuba and Winfield Scott were made possible through funding from NOAA.