Exhibit Dives Into its Environs
The Festival of Arts is making a splash with its new exhibit at foaSouth where visitors will be surrounded by water, but not the drinking kind.
ombining the theme of water with the artistic medium of watercolors, “Selections from the Collection: The Water Show” will be on display at the gallery-yogurt shop, 1006 S. Coast Highway, until June 5.
Featured in the exhibit are pieces from the Festival of Arts permanent collection, a variety of classical and contemporary watercolors spanning the last 50 years.
An exception is an untitled vase by ceramic artist Fred Stodder, who said, “Translucent glazes give my work a luminous and fluid appearance, reflecting light similar to water.”
Pat Sparkuhl served as exhibit curator.
Artists Open Their Studios to Tours
Studio Arts Laguna welcome the public to the Laguna Beach Artist Open Studios program for a firsthand look into John Barber’s glass blowing studio and artist live/work space.
Artist Open Studios is set for Saturday, March 3, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at 21062 Laguna Canyon Road.
There is free parking and trolley service from the ACT V parking lot along the canyon road.
Other canyon artists also open for the day.
Offer a Ring for Spring
Silver Blue & Gold presents Ring 4 Spring, an exhibition of engagement, wedding, and just-for-fun rings by 18 studio jewelers.
The exhibition that begins March 1 runs through May 20 at 1492 S. Coast Highway.
For further info: contact Karin Worden at 949-715-3000.
Pacific Edge Hosts Anniversary Show
New oils painted on location by Jacobus Baas highlight the group exhibition on now at Pacific Edge Gallery.
From now until the 25th anniversary show on March 25 the gallery will feature the latest works by gallery artists Maria Bertran, Tom Swimm, Sandra Jones Campbell, Brenda K. Bredvik, Bryan Mark Taylor, and Jacobus.