Art Seen

Lower Level Showcases Museum-College Alliance

Student Hong Aaron Smith’s work is part of the display.

Laguna Art Museum hosts Laguna College of Art + Design’s graduate student exhibition May 5-27. The exhibition, which will show the breadth of their two-year research efforts in the program, is on display in the museum’s lower level galleries. Admission is free for the duration of the exhibition.

Designed as an immersion in the history, theory, and practice of representation, the program functions as a laboratory where students can investigate contemporary subject matter within the pictorial tradition.


Exhibit Features County Beach Scenes

One of Fred Hope’s new works.

Laguna Canyon Studios will host a special exhibition Saturday, May 12, of painted landscapes and seascapes by artist Fredric Hope.

Hidden coves, reefs, bluffs and beaches of Corona del Mar and Crystal Cove State Beach figure in the 35 new oil paintings.

This exhibition at 3251 Laguna Canyon Road, Studio F 3, may be viewed from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., in conjunction with the annual “Spring Open Studios” event at the complex.

An Artist’s Reception will take place that evening from 6:30 to 9:30 in studio F3. Light refreshments and free parking will be available. This exhibition will also be open to the public Sunday May 13, from 1:30 p.m. to 7.



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