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Art-To-Go Exhibit Opens at City Hall

Painter Gerald Schwartz submission is a study of an apple, shown in progressive states of being eaten.

Painter Gerald Schwartz submission is a study of an apple, shown in progressive states of being eaten.

Forty original works by Festival of Arts exhibitors open for public viewing at the Laguna Beach City Hall Thursday, June 5, with a 5 p.m. reception.

Sales from the Art-To-Go collection contribute toward the festival’s Artists Fund, which assists artists in need.

Standouts include a series of rodeo photographs by Breck Rothage and an aquatint etching of trees by Hedy Buzan.

Unusual Docent Leads Museum Tour

Laguna College of Art and Design President Jonathan Burke will serve as a guide and docent at the Laguna Art Museum for the annual Master of Fine Arts Exhibition of student works.

This is an opportunity to see the works of 23 students who comprise the graduate program through Burke’s eyes.

The hour-long Burke-guided tours are as follows: Tuesday, June 10, 1 p.m.; Thursday, June 12, 11 a.m., Monday, June 16, 11 a.m.; Friday, June 20, 2 p.m.; Monday, June 23, 11 a.m.; and Thursday, June 26, 1 p.m.

RSVP to Jeni Richards ([email protected]) for a tour.

 

Church Opens its Gallery

The church parlor serves as a gallery for a  First Thursday display.

The church parlor serves as a gallery for a First Thursday display.

Laguna Presbyterian Church welcomes the public on Thursday, June 5, to its art exhibit.

The parlor-gallery will showcase the church’s legacy of support for art.

Photo: The church parlor serves as a gallery for a First Thursday display.

 

 

Spring into The Back Room

Works by James Verbicky are on display at Joanne Artman Gallery.

Works by James Verbicky are on display at Joanne Artman Gallery.

Joanne Artman Gallery, 326 N. Coast Highway, has scheduled its Back Room Spring Celebration to coincide with Laguna Beach ArtWalk on Thursday, June 5. The opening reception is from 6-8 p.m. Please RSVP by June 1 to 949-510-5481. Some of the featured artists are: Alberto Murillo and Pedro Bonnin.

Photo: Works by James Verbicky are on display at Joanne Artman Gallery.

Discover a New Medium at Art-A-Fair

New for the 48th season of Art-A-Fair, a rotating slate of five street artists will create 6′ x 8′ chalk masterpieces each Sunday on the grounds at 777 Laguna Canyon Road.

Spacious aisles beckon visitors at Art-a-Fair, set to open next month.

Spacious aisles beckon visitors at Art-a-Fair, set to open next month.

Opening on Friday, June 27 and running through Sunday, Aug. 31, Art-A-Fair will showcase 125 juried artists and master craftsmen working in oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, charcoal, pencil, drawing, mixed media, photography, ceramics, wood, glass, jewelry, and digital art.

A season pass is $7.50 for adults, $4.50 for seniors and military, children under 12 are free with an adult. Call 949-494-4514 or visit www.art-a-fair.com for hours.

 

 

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