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Looking for a 2017 calendar?

Consider trading the traditional wall calendar for this beautiful countertop calendar by botanical artist Sally Jacobs. Receive a fresh dose of inspiration the first of every month as you exchange one colorful and lively painting for another.

This compact calendar (4.5″ x 7.5″) sits nicely on floating wall shelves and small desks and is now available at Sally Jacobs’ studio on Etsy ($15). Purchase two calendars and one free calendar will be added to your order. The extra calendar makes a great gift for a friend, garden teacher or urban farmer.


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The TAG Gallery in Santa Monica will host an artists talk this weekend that includes Sally Jacobs, an L.A. botanical artist whose work is featured in the exhibition Larger Than Life. If you live in southern California and are a fan of botanical art, this is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about this genre.

Recently Los Angeles Times writer Lisa Boone called Sally’s work “captivating”. She also marveled how farmer’s market produce can “inspire more than just cooking“.

This weekend’s artists panel will also feature artists Ernie Marjoram and Jane Peterson. Visit TAG Gallery to learn more.

The TAG Gallery is located in Bergamot Station Arts Center. The panel discussion begins at 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 8, 2016.

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Farmer’s market fare becomes larger than life

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Cauliflower, graphite

Cauliflower, graphite. ©Sally Jacobs, All rights reserved

Sally Jacobs
Larger Than Life

TAG Gallery
Bergamot Station
Santa Monica, CA
Sept. 27 – Oct. 22, 2016

Using watercolor and pencil to capture the produce and flora of Los Angeles farmers’ markets in exacting detail, Sally Jacobs stays true to the morphology, patterns and colors of her subjects to create striking images of food plants and flowers.

Sally Jacobs is a contemporary botanical artist from Los Angeles whose work has been shown in exhibitions and museums in New York, San Francisco, Minneapolis and Phoenix. Her work has also been featured in Today’s Botanical Artists, a book about North American botanical artists.

Sally Jacobs—Larger Than Life will be on view at the TAG Gallery beginning
Sept. 27, 2016. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016 from 5-8 p.m.

An artists’ panel featuring Sally Jacobs and fellow TAG Gallery artists Ernie Marjoram and Jane Peterson is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016 at 3 p.m.


About TAG Gallery

The TAG Gallery is a member-owned community for forty artists. Located in Santa Monica’s landmark Bergamot Station, it hosts exhibitions and lectures by local and visiting artists. The Gallery has launched the careers of both emerging and mid-career artists based in the greater Los Angeles area.
Learn more at www.taggallery.net.

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Pomegranate, watercolor, 16.25" x 20" © Sally Jacobs, All rights reserved

Pomegranate, watercolor, 16.25″ x 20″, © Sally Jacobs, All rights reserved

Up Close: Plant Portraits
Sally Jacobs

TAG Gallery
Santa Monica, CA
April 22 – May 17, 2014

In a new exhibition opening next month, watercolor artist Sally Jacobs brings attention to the subtle and unique features of plants by introducing drama to traditional botanical art. Using vibrant colors, striking black backgrounds and layered watercolor techniques, Jacobs makes viewers question what they have truly observed in plants.

Jacobs’ work has been shown in many juried shows in New York and San Francisco; and at museums in Minneapolis and Phoenix. She was an award winner at the Brand 37 Works on Paper exhibition and was featured on the CNN show, “Your Money.” Her work is featured in Today’s Botanical Artists, a book about North American contemporary botanical artists.

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Nourishing Art
TAG Gallery
Bergamot Station
March 27 – April 21, 2012


Sally Jacobs
demonstrates her passion for painting and healthy living in
Nourishing Art, a watercolor exhibition opening on March 27 at the TAG Gallery in Santa Monica, CA. Sally’s paintings of fresh vegetables from farmers markets in Los Angeles accurately portray the shapes and vibrant colors of her subjects.

An artist reception will be held on Saturday, March 31, 2012 from 5-8 PM. Sally will take part in an artist panel on Saturday, April 14, 2012. The conversation begins at 2 PM.

Sally’s work has been exhibited in many juried shows. Sally’s work is included in Today’s Botanical Artists and has been featured on the CNNfn show, Your Money. Note cards, note pads, prints and a 2012 calendar featuring Sally’s paintings of fruit and vegetables are available at ArtPlantae Books.

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Brighten 2012 with Watercolors by Sally Jacobs. Treat yourself and a friend with this colorful calendar featuring the botanical watercolor paintings of botanical artist, Sally Jacobs.

Calendar orders placed today and tomorrow will ship for free via
USPS Priority Mail.

Shipping offer applies to US addresses only.

This special shipping offer expires Tuesday, December 20, 2011 at
12 PM Noon (Pacific) or while supplies last.

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By Sally Jacobs

An exhibit of my latest botanical paintings will be at the TAG Gallery from February 27 to March 22, 2008. The Opening Reception is Saturday, March 8 from 5-8 pm; there is an Artist’s Talk on Wednesday, March 19 at 7 pm. TAG is located at 2903 Santa Monica Blvd, in Santa Monica. The Gallery’s normal hours are Wed – Sat, 11am-5pm. You can learn more about the Gallery at www.taggallery.net.

My subjects for this exhibit come primarily from the Hollywood Farmers Market, where I go each Sunday to shop for inspiration (and the week’s groceries!). While remaining true to my subjects, I think I’ve given my new work a real dramatic twist.

I’ve had a great time in botanical art during the last eight years — taking classes at Otis College of Art and Design and the New York Botanical Garden, and week-long workshops with all the wonderful master artists who have visited Los Angeles. I’ve also taught at Otis, the Los Angeles Arboretum, and lately at the Getty Center, and I’ve been in juried competitions all over the country. I was honored to be selected as a panel member to review grant applications for the National Endowment for the Arts and had my work featured on a CNNfn segment about the “new collectibles.” Even after all these years I still look forward to having a quick breakfast, maybe some time on the treadmill, and then heading straight to my studio.

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Learn more about Sally Jacobs at www.SallyJacobs.com.

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