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Examples from Quim Bove’s work.

Meyer Gallery Exhibits Group Show

Selected Works, a summer group show at Marion Meyer Contemporary Art features mixed media originals by artists Quim Bove, John Szabo, Claudia Meyer, Rita Blitt, Christopher Mathie and others continues through July 3.

Hours at the gallery, 354 N. Coast Highway. are Tuesday though Thursday 12-6 p.m., and Friday and Saturday until 8 p.m. and by appointment. www.marionmeyergallery.com

 

 

An example from Brenda Bredvik’s "Pacific Rim Landscapes” at Pacific Edge Gallery.

Baas Joins Pacific Edge Gallery

Pacific Edge Gallery exhibits Maria Bertran’s spring work, painting the local coastline and Crystal Cove, along with new florals and figures created from live models in her studio in Laguna Canyon.

In addition, Brenda Bredvik’s new series, “Pacific Rim Landscapes,” which had their debut at the Laguna Art Museum last month, and are now on display at the gallery.

And Jacobus Baas, a highly respected and collected plein air painter, recently moved his artworks to Pacific Edge Gallery. His latest paintings are on display in the gallery now.

The gallery, 540 S. Coast Highway, is also featuring all of the available paintings from Tom Swimm’s latest show, “Sunsets and Reflections,” and  Sandra Jones Campbells’ “Back By Popular Demand.”

Sawdust Art Festival Unveils Collector Panels

The Sawdust Art Festival will hold its second annual original collectors’ panels fundraiser in support of its art education programs.

 Due the success of last year’s collection of art panels, festival promoters decided to pursue a fundraiser based on a new series of art panels. Over 50 Sawdust artists have donated their time and artistic talents to create a diverse collection of decorative art panels using a wide variety of media.

 Similar to last summer, the 2011 Original Collectors’ Panels will be on display around the Sawdust and will be pre-auctioned during the run of show. Visitors can expect to meet and greet the artists this summer on the festival grounds and learn about the creative processes and inspiration behind the panel pieces.

 To check out more details about the Sawdust Art Festival’s 45th annual summer season, please visit www.sawdustartfestival.org or call 949-494-3030. Admission prices are: adults $7.75, seniors (65+) $6.25, children (6-12) $3.25, children (5 & under) free.

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