Yart Sale Benefits CAP and LOCA
A Yart Sale (art-themed yard sale) will take place on Saturday Nov. 2, 8-11 a.m. at the Laguna Canyon Artists complex, 3251 Laguna Canyon Road.
Proceeds from sales benefit Community Art Project (CAP) and Laguna Outreach for Community Arts (LOCA). Admission and parking are free.
Offerings include more than 300 original artworks, 150 new frames, new and reusable canvases, gently used books, studio equipment, brushes, inks, pastels, papers, tools and art supplies – all at yard sale prices. Purchases by cash are encourages. Learn more at www.CAPlaguna.org or at www.Facebook.com/LOCA-Laguna-Outreach-for-Community-Arts/ or call (949)363-4700.
Artists Open Their Studios
Art enthusiasts are invited to visit 29 local professional artists in their studios during Laguna Beach Artist Open Studios, a free event Saturday, Nov. 2, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Participants can also catch a free shuttle service from the ACT V parking lot, 1900 Laguna Canyon Road, and take advantage of free parking.
Enjoy the behind the scenes process and observe artists working in a spectrum of media – glass blowing, fused glass hands-on workshops, ceramics, painting, printmaking, and bronze lost-wax demonstrations.
For participating artists, visit www.lagunabeachcity.net or call (949) 497-0722.
Bredvik’s ‘Constructions’ Take Shape
The public is invited to a reception Saturday, Nov. 2, for artist Brenda Bredvik’s new show at Pacific Edge Gallery, 540 S. Coast Highway.
The reception for “Constructions” is from 5-8 pm.
Print Exchange Opens
Los Angeles artist Camilla Taylor devised an intriguing exhibition idea for new collectors. Twenty-five printmakers make an edition of 51 prints similar in theme and size and all priced at $50. The first 25 in the edition are offered to the public for purchase, the second half would be exchanged between the participating artists as a portfolio, and the final print remains with the gallery.
Taylor’s ninth print exchange, and the first in Southern California, opens at Artists Republic 4 Tomorrow on Friday, Nov. 1 from 6 to 9 p.m., 1175 S. Coast Highway and runs through Nov. 10.
Nothing Ordinary in Her Lens
JoAnne Artman Gallery features digital image artist and photographer Maggie Taylor in an exhibition entitled, “No Ordinary Days” for November.
A Nov. 7 reception for Taylor and book signing at 326 N. Coast Highway, coincide with First Thursdays Artwalk.
RSVP to 949.510.5481.
Fine Art Painter, Featured at Gallery
Artist Eye Laguna Gallery will feature fine art oil paintings in November by award-winning artist, Paul Cheng, who will be on hand, along with the 16 other gallery artists, during First Thursdays Art Walk, from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Nov 7, at 1294-A So. Coast Highway.
Cheng, a native of Guangzhou, China, studied at Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art, where he continued as an instructor. Since 1989, he has worked as a visual development artist in film and television.
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