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 healing and clarity. The cost is $125.00 plus a $25.00 material fee. This workshop series will be offered twice a month on a Saturday and a Sunday.
The workshop is located on 2225 Laguna Canyon Road Unit B-3. RSVP to Kristi at 949 295-6404 or Arna at 310 614-5352 to book a space.
Visit their website at www.paintingforthesoul.com for more information.
Artist Lectures About His Flock
Laguna Art Museum will host a lecture and walk-through with Laguna Beach artist and professor Brad Coleman at 1 p.m., March 20.
His conceptual drawings, 12 40 x 40 inch sheep drawings in addition to pastoral still lifes, are featured in a current exhibition.
This event is free for museum members and free for non-members with paid admission. No reservations are necessary.
On the ‘LAM’ to Ojai and Santa Barbara
The Laguna Art Museum’s Contemporary Collectors’ Council is organizing a two-day art trip to Ojai and Santa Barbara on April 9 and 10. Accompanied by Laguna Art Museum’s curator of exhibitions Grace Kook-Anderson, the group will spend a weekend immersed in each city’s cultural scene, including a museum tour and visits to private collections and artists’ studios.
The group will go by Amtrak train that is met by a chartered bus in Ventura for transportation to Ojai and Santa Barbara.
The cost is $290 to $390 per person, which includes transportation, lunches and events. Dinner and lodging are not included. For more information and a registration form call Johanna Felder, 949-497-4525. The trip is open to all Laguna Art Museum members. To join the museum go to www.lagunaartmuseum.org, or call 99-494-8971, ext. 203.
LOCA Hosts Sea Lion Workshop
Laguna Outreach for Community Arts is now taking reservations for an “Art and Sea Lions” class from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 19, at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Canyon. This beginner-level activity features a docent-led tour of the center, and a view of live sea lions undergoing rehabilitation.
Following the tour, instructor Liz McGhee will lead participants in creating a sea lion paperweight.
Advance registration is required, and costs $20 for adults or $15 for ages six and up, which includes materials, coffee, and free on-site parking. To register, contact LOCA at [email protected] or 949-363-4700, or visit www.LOCAarts.org.