LOCA Arts Education offers an art and sea lions workshop on Saturday, Nov. 12, from 9 a.m.-10:30a.m. at Pacific Marine Mammal Center, 20612 Laguna Canyon Road. Families, groups, and beginners are invited.
The morning includes a docent-led viewing of live sea lions, a presentation on the rescue and rehabilitation work of the center, and an easy watercolor class with noted local artist Mike Tauber. Everyone will take home a beautiful color sketch of a sea lion.
Cost is $20 for adults, and $15 for those aged 6-up, with paid adult. Free on-site parking is included.
Advance registration is required at LOCAarts.org or by calling 949 363-4700.
Art Sale Speeds Children to School
Laguna Beach gallery owner Shane Townley is holding a one-day sale Sunday, Nov. 6, in his private studio as a benefit for students at the Mercy Organization’s orphanage in Takeo, Cambodia.
Cambodian children often drop out of school after sixth grade because the schools are located too far away to walk and their families too poor to buy bikes.
Profits from Townley’s auction will go toward tuition assistance and bikes for the orphanage’s middle school students.
The studio is located at 2200 S. Coast Highway.
Sandstone Adds New Mediums
Sandstone Gallery will host artists of different mediums in coming months.
The abstract narrative work by Lynn Welker will be featured as well as stream of consciousness paintings by Jong Ro and contemporary bronze sculpture by Marie-Pierre Philippe. Other exhibiting artists include Ann Kim, Sunny Kim, Dominique McKenzie, Anne Moore and Hyatt Moore.
The gallery at 384-A N Coast Highway is open from 12-5 daily except Tuesday.
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