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Art Seen 6/7/13

New Gallery Features the Cool School 

The work of David Stone Martin is on display starting Thursday, June 13 throughout the summer at a new arts venue, Jazz Artz Gallery, 1452 S. Coast Highway, in the  exhibit “Jazz Album Covers 1946-1962.”

Martin was a prolific artist in the postwar era, creating over 400 record album covers for jazz artists including Count Basie, Charlie Parker, Billie Holiday, John Coltrane, Stan Getz, Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie, and Duke Ellington.

 

Empowering The Fantastic

Artist Elena Kealy

Artist Elena Kealy

Laguna Ink Spot and Gallery hosts “Fantastic Empowerment: Oil Paintings by Elena Kealy,” which opened this week at 412 N. Coast Highway.

“Fantastic Empowerment,” which runs throughout June, marks Kealy’s second solo show in Southern California.

 

Conspiring to Steal Fine Art

A live and silent art auction, “Conspiracy to Steal” takes place at Salt Fine Art, 1492 S. Coast Highway on Saturday, June 22 from 5 to 8 p.m. Parties involved include Salt Fine Art, Sue Greenwood Fine Art, and the George Gallery. Tickets are $25.

All works will be available for preview from Tuesday to Friday, June 18-21 at the Salt Fine Art gallery.

 

Reception Set for ‘Kreative Kids’ Artists

A sample from the Gallery Q show.

A sample from the Gallery Q show.

The public is invited to an awards ceremony and reception at the Susi Q’s Gallery Q on from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 13, for “Kreative Kids.”

The show with 74 participants runs until July 12.

Gallery Q is located at the Laguna Beach Community and Senior Center, 380 Third St.

This exhibit showcases the wide-range of artistic exploration offered to kids between the ages of 5 and 17 at the Laguna Beach Boys and Girls Club.

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