LAGUNA ART MUSEUM
"Greetings from Laguna Beach: Our Town in the Early 1900s," is on
view indefinitely in the Stein-Brief Gallery. is a reprise of the
museum's popular 2003 exhibition. The exhibition features paintings,
photographs and memorabilia that exemplify life in Laguna Beach from
1900 to 1930. Artists represented include William Wendt, Joseph
Kleitsch, Clarence Hinkle, Edgar Payne and Anna Hills.
23rd Annual Art Auction Oct. 22 from 6 to 10 p.m.
The Laguna Art Museum auction is one of the oldest running museum
auctions in California. In addition to the dozens of artists who have
generously donated to the auction for many years, the museum created
a new format. For the first time, the auction will also use a juried
selection process that invites all California artists to submit works
of art to be juried by a group of art gallery owners from throughout
the state. Tickets are $125.
Laguna Art Museum, 307 Cliff Drive. Information: (949) 494-8971 or
California Art Gallery
305 N. Coast Highway, Suite A
Primary focus on early California watercolor artists.
206 N. Coast Highway
Gallery McCollum specializes in original landscape paintings of
Italy and France and tropical and local scenes. featuring artists
Caroline Zimmerman, Patrick Tobin, Michael Logan, David Solomon and
330 N. Coast Highway
Featuring Deborah Davidson and Phoebe Brunner.
*Laguna North Gallery
376 N. Coast Highway
Featuring watercolors by Brian Norkatitis and acrylics by Chuck
*Lu Martin Galleries
372 N. Coast Highway
Featuring original painting by 15 recognized local and
international artists. Subjects include landscapes, seascapes, still
life and abstracts representing Ruo Li, Gerhard Ruhland, Stephen
Shortridge, Alan Murrary, Don Langford, Mostafa Keyhani, Cristina
Joia, Alfredo Gomez, Greg Martin and Lu Martin.
354 N. Coast Highway
Marion Meyer Contemporary Art is featuring Vladimir Cora's