Faculty Exhibit Opens in New Space

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Sharon Allicotti’s “Side View Mirror,” will be displayed at the LCAD show.
Sharon Allicotti’s “Side View Mirror,” will be displayed at the LCAD show.

“In Search of the Real,” an exhibition by the Laguna College of Art and Design faculty, opens with a reception Thursday, Feb. 5, for the First Thursday Art Walk at Forest & Ocean Gallery, 480 Ocean Ave.

“This show brings together LCAD’s celebrated drawing, painting, and sculpture faculty to demonstrate a wide range of approaches, both technically and conceptually, to the time-honored tradition of narrative, representational art,” said Hope Railey, chair of the college’s fine art department. “This exhibition not only highlights the exceptional talent of our acclaimed faculty, but further engages students in the work of some of the most noted representational artists working today.”

The LCAD Space exhibition will close on Feb. 26.

Veterans Apply Themselves to Art

An example of work from the show.
An example of work from the show.

Coastal Eddy gallery in Laguna Beach hosts a reception Saturday, Feb. 7, for participants in the Veterans Art Project, an art workshop open to veterans, active duty personnel and their spouses.

The Veterans Art Project, dedicated to the belief that art changes lives and provides a path for non-verbal visual communication, hosts fee free workshops at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo as well as in Yuma, Ariz., and Fallbrook.

The 5-8 p.m. reception takes place at 1417 S. Coast Highway.



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