Community Art Project presents “Photography/ 3 Views,” featuring work by Tom Lamb, Robert Hansen and Jessica Cardelucci.
The exhibit is located in the Banking on Art Gallery, Wells Fargo Bank, 260 Ocean Ave. A reception for the artists is planned for April 11 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Passport to the Arts Delivers Value
It costs only $23 but is worth at least $57. The 2015 Passport to the Arts includes unlimited admission to The Festival of Arts, The Sawdust Festival and Art-A-Fair from June 26 to Aug. 31.
Purchased made before May 31 will be entered in a drawing for a hotel stay and added amusements.
Purchase at www.LagunaBeachPassport.com or calling 800-487-3378.
Laguna Artist to Participate in Costa Mesa Charity Art Show
New works by Laguna Beach artist Wolfgang Bloch and Costa Mesa artist Alrik Yuill will comprise the exhibit “Realigning Horizons” at Jamie Brooks Fine Art and Crashlabs, 2967 Randolph Ave., #C in Costa Mesa.
A reception for the artists, planned for Saturday, March 21 from 6-9 p.m., serves as a fundraiser to benefit cancer patients and survivors. Expect music by Matt Adams and The Blank Tapes Band. Complimentary food and beverages.
Students Raise a Banner Exhibit
An exhibit of Laguna Beach High School student-painted silk banners will run from March 24-26 at the event space Seven-Degrees, 891 Laguna Canyon Road, which hosts a public reception Tuesday, March 24, from 6-8 p.m.
The program involved LOCA silk artist Olivia Batchelder, who taught the workshops in LBHS art teacher Bridget Porter’s Art 1 class. Using images of California sea life for inspiration, students used traditional and experimental Batik techniques.
Pacific Edge Leaps Into Spring
A spring show for Laguna Beach artist Maria Bertran opens this Saturday, March 21, at Pacific Edge Gallery, 540 S Coast Highway, with a reception for the artist from 3 to 8 p.m.
“Figures, Florals, and Fields,” is a collection of new oils painted entirely from life, both in her studio in Laguna Canyon and on location in France and California.
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