Los Angeles-based artist Lita Albuquerque will host a lecture and conduct a walk-through Sunday, Sept. 18 at 1 p.m., of her current exhibition “Emergence,” on display at Laguna Art Museum, 307 Cliff Dr., through Oct. 2. Curated by Laguna Art Museum’s exhibition curator Grace Kook-Anderson, “Emergence” examines two series of works that Albuquerque began in […]
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Co-ed Pieces Light up Summer Showcasing the sparks between male-female relationships between artists and audiences, Artists Republic for Tomorrow, AR4T Gallery presents its exhibit, “Girls vs. Boys: The Summer of Love”at 210 N. Coast Highway. Opening July 29 at 7 p.m. and on display until Aug. 14, Karlee Mackie and Drew Brophy display their artwork […]
Public Invited to Art Dedication The public is invited to the 4 p.m. dedication Saturday, July 16, of “From the Beginning,” in the public parking lot at Seacove Drive and South Coast Highway. Jorge Fernandez’s bronze sculptures of native Americans installed on a rock base is now accompanied by another large boulder and […]
As part of a larger grants program, Bank of America presented $60,000 in grants to several Laguna Beach nonprofits last week. Recipients included Art-A-Fair Foundation, Festival of Arts, Laguna Art Museum, Sawdust Festival and the Laguna Playhouse.
Laguna’s cultural art scene gears up for First Thursdays Art Walk on July 7, beginning with the city’s dedication of the sculpture “Breaching Whale” by Jon Seeman at 5 p.m., in Heisler Park at Rockpile Beach. In galleries throughout town, visitors will see artists in action demonstrating their techniques, sharing their insights and answering questions. […]
Japanese-American sculptor Isamu Noguchi’s legacy will take a new dimension in “Noguchi: California Legacy,” an exhibition opening to the public at the Laguna Art Museum on Sunday. The exhibition encompasses models and drawings pertaining to “California Scenario,” a popular sculpture garden in Costa Mesa and “Noguchi Plaza,” another plaza-like installation in Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo. […]
Day of Art, May 1 Art Takes Flight at Laguna Art Museum from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 1, an Imagination Celebration event hosted by the museum and Laguna Outreach for Community Arts. Families are invited for a fun-filled day of hands-on artprojects led by members of LOCA, including face painting, live […]
Slow art day at Laguna Art Museum It’s said that the average museum-goer spends about 18 seconds looking at a work of art. How much can one see in that time span? Not much. Last Saturday Laguna Beach artist Hedy Buzan took a group of museum goers on a leisurely, two-hour tour of the Laguna […]
To celebrate International Slow Art Day, local artist Hedy Buzan will lead a group on a special tour of the current exhibit, “Extract,” at the Laguna Art Museum at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 16, thereby joining volunteers in 89 cities around the world whose mission is to encourage viewers to look at art slowly […]
Artists Laddie John Dill and Chris Wilder, who are featured in Laguna Art Museum’s current exhibition “Extract: Developing Exhibitions from the Collection,” will talk about their work and answer questions from the audience at 1 p.m. on Sunday, April 10. Dill’s early installation work has recently been acquired by the Museum of Modern Art […]
Tracy Young joined the Laguna Art Museum docent corps in 2009, motivated by her passion for art and the museum. “I studied architecture in college and had my own graphic design studio for 20 years,” she said. “I have always been drawn to creative occupations and people.” A real estate broker and interior designer, Young […]
Art Scene Painting for the Soul, a new one-day workshop series in Laguna Beach presented by mandala artist Kristi Smith and intuitive painter Arna Vodenos, is scheduled for Sunday, March 13, beginning at 10:30 a.m. The day-long workshop gives the participant the opportunity to journey to their soul, using color as a vibrational tool for […]
Sometimes juxtapositions of museum exhibitions can be as intriguing as the individual exhibitions themselves. Such is currently the case at the Laguna Art Museum: a selection of John Paul Jones’ multifaceted works curated by Cal State Fullerton gallery director Mike McGee plays lead and an E. Roscoe Shrader exhibition organized by the museum’s collections curator […]