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‘Jazzed’ for Campbell Exhibition

Sandra Campbell’s "My Cozy Little Corner In The Ritz," part of a new Pacific Edge exhibition.

Sandra Campbell’s “My Cozy Little Corner In The Ritz,” part of a new Pacific Edge exhibition.

The opening night reception for “Get Jazzed,” a new exhibition of original paintings by Laguna Beach artist Sandra Jones Campbell, takes place Saturday, Feb. 22, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Pacific Edge Gallery.

The show 540 S. Coast Highway will feature 20 new paintings in acrylic on canvas, paper, and board.





Sculpture Dances Off to Sochi

Laguna Beach artist Ron Taybi is putting the finishing touches on a 22-foot tall ballerina sculpture, “Gracious – The Beacon Of Peace,” soon to depart for Sochi, Russia, and invites the public to view the work at a 4 p.m. reception Saturday, Feb. 22, 24 Hammond, Suite E, Irvine.

Musicians and a ballet duet will be performed.

RSVP to:  [email protected]

A rendering of Taybi’s work, to be unveiled at a weekend reception.

A rendering of Taybi’s work, to be unveiled at a weekend reception.












Shelter Benefits from Art Exhibition

Meet working artists and listen to rising star Charles Fulwood at Dana Point’s Shed Art Gallery, 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27.

The free event at 24471 Del Prado Ave. shows work by Susan Marosz, Jon Prud’homme, Glenda Rolle, Ruffini and Michael Moon, Nina K, Elizabeth Bridy, Dray, Marie-Pierre Philippe-Lohezic, Parvis, and Hal Yasulka and will also feature a fashion show.

A donation is requested to benefit Laguna Beach’s Friendship Shelter, which helps people transition back into the mainstream.


Realism Without Borders, an Exhibition

Exhibiting side by side, paintings by Soviet and contemporary Russian, American, Ukrainian, French and German artists, “Realism Without Borders” aims to connect two centuries and two continents via the commitment to realist painting traditions.

The show opens March 1 at the LCAD Gallery at One Laguna, 225 Forest Ave.

“We share an admiration of ‘realist’ art, especially Russian works, because they were the only ones to keep up the realist tradition when the world was going towards modernism,” says group curator Akhmed Salakhly.

For more info: contact Vanessa Rothe at 949-280- 1555, [email protected]


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