Santa Paula Art Museum
117 N. 10th Street
Santa Paula, CA  93060
(805) 525-5554
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   The Santa Paula Art Museum is the repository and exhibition hall for the Santa Paula Art Collection. Containing over 300 pieces, among its most famous artists are works of the Botkes, both Jessie Arms and Cornelis, who lived on their ranch and worked in their studio in a near-by secluded canyon. Among the other represented plein air artists are native son and life-long resident Douglas Shively and a one-time local Robert Clunie
    The valuable assemblage represents the accumulation of award winning entries in the Santa Paula Art Show which began in 1937 or as gifted memorials. It remains the oldest juried show in California and the Collection is recognized as one of the finest of its kind in the state. The Santa Paula Art Museum is an exceptional institution with an extraordinary compilation!
    The Mission of the Santa Paula Art Museum is to preserve and share Santa Paula’s artistic heritage; and to educate and engage the community through Collection, exhibition, interpretation, programming and outreach.
    The Santa Paula Art Museum was established as a not-for-profit organization to preserve and share Santa Paula’s artistic heritage known as the Santa Paula Collection.

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    Antiquities Museum,    Art Museum,    Historic Site,    Tours,

    During normal business hours

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    Non Profit - 501(c)(3)

    Indoor Location

Parking On-Site?

Handicapped Accessible?

    NOT Permitted

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    Some restrictions

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    Some restrictions

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