The Spanish Colonial revival style was started nearly 100 years ago in California by architect George Washington Smith. He dropped out of Harvard to become a businessman, later relocating to Santa Barbara to paint and relax. Following the success of his work, he went on to design for the city. Smith used authentic Spanish materials and combined the old with the new in his works. He became a Santa Barbara founding father, and his structures are appreciated for their beauty and simplicity. Smith inspired many generations of artists, and Kenny Slaught recognizes the detail oriented eye needed to develop such amazing buildings.

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