Laguna Art Museum

307 Cliff Drive

(949) 494-8971

Open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday and Friday. Extended summer hours through Labor Day, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursdays and Saturdays, with special admission price of $5 between 5 and 9 p.m. those days. Admission is $12 for adults and $10 for seniors, students and active military. Children younger than 12 are admitted for free. Free admission on First Thursdays Art Walk nights.

Current show:

Noguchi: "California Legacy" will be on display to Oct. 2.

Lita Albuquerque: "Emergence" will be on display to Oct. 2.



Laguna Canyon Artists

3251 Laguna Canyon Road

Laguna College of Art & Design

2222 Laguna Canyon Road

(949) 376-6000

Gallery hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Free admission.

Until Sept. 23: "Rodin's Figures": Organized by the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Foundation.

Carl E Smith Fine Art - CES / FA

2075-2097 Laguna Canyon Road Unit B

[seven-degrees] gallery

891 Laguna Canyon Road

(949) 376-1555

August: Continuing "Current Collection" by Los Angeles artist Alan Bodner, a three-dimensional painter/sculptor.

Southern California Artists Assn.

3251 Laguna Canyon Road F3

(949) 715-6767



484 North Gallery

484 N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 715-4578

Open noon to 6 p.m. daily

Original paintings and vintage prints

Mark White's kinetic wind-driven sculptures in copper and stainless steel outside, and inside the gallery, his painted engravings on metal.

210 AR4T — Artists Republic for Tomorrow

210 N. Coast Hwy.

Multimedia gallery featuring fine art from the world of youth culture.

7 to 10 p.m. Friday: Opening for Girls vs. Boys: The Summer of Love Finale, Collaborations by 56 artists. Music by Dano Forte's Juke Joint Freak Show. Show runs through Sept. 10.

Edenhurst Gallery

305 N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 376-9222

Dealers in historic Early California paintings, including Guy Rose, Joseph Kleitsch, William Wendt, Granville Redmond, Edgar Payne, Maynard Dixon, Maurice Braun, as well as contemporary and early California Art Club artists.

Essence Gallery

346 N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 494-8224

Original contemporary and traditional works of art from local and international artists.

Gallery McCollum

206 N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 497-4027

Exhibit celebrating the life and work of the late Dante Liberi.

Sue Greenwood Fine Art

330 N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 494-0669

Until Aug. 31: Paul Brigham, "New Work," and Inez Storer, "Postcard Series."

Hobrecht Sports Art

350 N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 945-3283

11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday

JoAnneArtman Gallery

326 N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 510-5481

Through Sept. 30: "The Back Room," group exhibition including Brooke Shaden, Rimi Yang, Peregrine Heathcote, America Martin, and Anja Van Herle.

Laguna North Gallery

376 N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 494-4324

A co-op gallery of quality artists featuring landscapes, seascapes, still lifes, florals and plein-air.

Lu Martin Galleries

372 N. Coast Hwy.

Open daily

(949) 494-8074

Featuring original paintings, traditional and contemporary, by 16 regional and international artists, including new abstracts by Greg Martin, sea and landscapes by Alfredo Gomez, still life miniatures by Lu Martin, and French inspirations by MoVan. Artists in attendance during First Thursdays Art Walk.

Marion Meyer Contemporary Art

354 N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 497-5442

Through September: Contemporary Collection showcasing multimedia works.

Quorum Art Gallery

374 N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 494-4422

Katy Byerts' California landscapes and seascapes, plus still-life work in watercolor and acrylic.

Sandstone Gallery

384A N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 497-6775

Open noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday to Monday and Tuesday by appointment.

Until Aug. 29: "Oracle Eye," digital illustrations by Marjorie Sanders, and "Escapes," landscapes in oil by KL Heagen. Also featured are original works by Gretchen Beck, Marge Chapman, Jennifer Griffiths, KL Heagen, Howard Hitchcock, Elyse Katz, Sunny Kim and Anne Moore.

Schaar Art Studio

305 N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 497-7289

Call for appointment

Studio 7 Gallery—North

384 N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 497-8291

Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily

Whelan Galleries

353 N. Coast Hwy. No. A

(949) 494-5076

Showcasing original fine art oil paintings and rare classic book cover illustrations by Patrick Whelan. Sculpture by Leon Richman.

Opening reception 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday: "Night of a Hundred Angels," co-sponsored with The Cottage Gallery, with proceeds to Make-A-Wish Foundation. Artwork on view for one month.

Annette Wimmer Fine Art

238 N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 494-3700

Len Wood's Indian Territory Inc.

305-D N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 497-5747


Art Cube Gallery

266 Forest Ave.

(949) 376-8800

Group shows of gallery artists.

BC Space Gallery

235 Forest Ave.

(949) 497-1880

Gallery open 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays and by appointment.

Peter Blake Gallery

435 Ocean Ave.

(949) 376-9994

Summer Group Show.

City Hall Gallery

505 Forest Ave.

Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday

Coffin/Fulton Fine Art

301 Forest Ave. (upstairs)

(949) 497-2214

Figurative and landscape work by A. Jane Fulton and Lesanne Coffin.

Dawson Cole Fine Art

326 Glenneyre St.

(949) 497-4988

Through August: Featuring sculptor Richard MacDonald's collection from the Royal Ballet in London.

DeBilzan Gallery

224 Forest Ave.

(949) 494-2406 or (727) 804-7649

Fingerhut Gallery

210A Forest Ave.

(949) 376-6410

Artwork by contemporary and 20th century artists.

Kush Fine Art

265 Forest Ave.

(949) 376-8017

Featuring original oils, limited edition giclees on canvas and sculptures of Vladimir Kush and eight other artists.

Laguna Art Group

570 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 715-1860

The Lobby Gallery

Hotel Laguna

425 S. Coast Hwy.

(714) 787-4583

Through September: Summer exhibition of small paintings by Southern California artists John Kilduff, Elaine Mathews, Rick Delanty and Saim Caglayan.

Clark Little Gallery

550 S. Coast Hwy.

Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sundays.

Featuring surfing photography by Clark Little.

"California" photos, including waves of Laguna Beach.

William Merrill Gallery

611 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 464-0067

Miranda Galleries

417 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 497-4491

Miranda Galleries features international and contemporary artwork from all over the world, including an extensive collection of sculpture, fine art glass and works on canvas and paper.

Pacific Edge Gallery

540 S. Coast Hwy., No. 112

(949) 494-0491

Showcasing Laguna Beach painters.

Featuring work by Jacobus Baas; Brenda Bredvik's "Pacific Rim Landscapes"; and Maria Bertran. Also, work by Tom Swimm and Sandra Jones Campbell.

The Signature Gallery Laguna

220 Forest Ave.

(949) 376-4244

Featuring contemporary masters and emerging talents.

Surf Gallery

911 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 376-9155

Swenson Fine Art

460 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 376-1122

Summer Group Exhibit, introducing Tavares from Brazil, Boitier from France, and DuToit from South Africa.

Townley Gallery

570 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 715-1860

Viszolay Gallery

577 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 497-0951

Oil paintings and reproductions of Hawaii, and Laguna Beach, Catalina and other Southern California scenes by artist-in-residence Walter Viszolay.

Wells Fargo Bank

260 Ocean Ave.

(949) 494-1145

Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Admission is free.

Until Sept. 8: "All Media Show" featuring local artists in a variety of media on second floor gallery, sponsored by Community Art Project. Public artists' reception planned from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 9.

Until Sept. 15: Festival of Arts exhibits "The Shakespeare Series," a tribute to the late artist David Rosen.

Whitney Gallery

305 Forest Ave.

(949) 497-4322

Open daily.



Artist Eye Laguna Gallery

1294-A S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 497-5898

A cooperative venture of 16 local artists in watercolor, oil, acrylic and mixed media, as well as photography and sculpture.

Featuring photographers Al Gerk and Kathy Shapiro through August.

Bluebird Gallery

1540 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 497-5377

Specializing in California Impressionist paintings. Featuring Felice Hrovat, Mark Cummings, Doug Stotts, William Dorsey, Joseph Aaron, George Gallo, Elaine Hughes, Stephen Schlanser and Mike Brennan.

La Bottega Dell'Acquaforte

1590 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 497-6690

Original etchings by internationally recognized Italian artists including Cacciarini, Ceschin, Zec, Zaliani, Mariani, Piazza, Caffe, Beuchat, Petro and Faraoni. Also featuring guest artists Carla Carli Mazzucato and Bruno Gorlato.

Coolsville – Roark's Studio Gallery

2894 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 376-2048

Open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and Saturday and Sunday by appointment.

Specializing in underwater photography, "Liquescent," of dancers and other subjects by Roark Gourley. Also contemporary paintings and sculpture by Roark and Michelle Gourley.

The Cottage Gallery

1524 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 497-8932

Opening reception 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday: "Night of a Hundred Angels," co-sponsored with Whelan Galleries, with proceeds to Make-A-Wish Foundation. Artwork on view for one month.

Cove Gallery

1492 S. Coast Hwy. No. 8

(949) 494-1878

Featuring works by Ruth Gooch and sculptor Bob Macarthur.

DeMossa Gallery

1294-D S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 715-9229

Open noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday.

DeRu's Fine Arts

1590 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 376-3785

Through August: "Scenes of Laguna as Painted by the Early California Impressionists (1890-1940)."

FOA South

1006 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 494-1145

Open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday.

Featuring a new selection of black and white photographs by Stillman F. Sawyer, "Silver Images from Nature."

Gallery Alexi

1968 S. Coast Hwy.

H Gallery

1294-B S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 497-5578

Featuring a collection of 20th Century Masters. Dali, Picasso, Miro, Vasarely, Erte, graphics and originals.

Joseph Wise Fine Art Gallery

1550 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 376-7902

Presenting contemporary and modern art, frescos and oils; indoor and outdoor serpentine stone sculpture.

Kuhnert's Art Gallery

1493 Glenneyre St.

(949) 494-0676

Open daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and by appointment

Celebrating 26 years of featuring the original paintings, serigraphs, posters and digital prints of Manfred H. Kuhnert.

Lang Fine Art

The Art Center

1450 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 494-1397

Mandarin Fine Art Gallery

1294C S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 376-9608

Features art and artists coming out of Mainland China.

purelagunabeach gallery

1590 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 315-5015

Featuring paintings by owner/artist Todd Kenyon and Mark Kerckhoff, and photography by Tom Lamb.

The Redfern Gallery

1540 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 497-3356

Montage Laguna Beach

30801 Coast Hwy.

(949) 715-6193

Through August: "Early Laguna Beach," an exhibition of paintings by artists from the early 1900s.

Salt Fine Art

1492 S. Coast Hwy., Suite 3

(949) 715-5554

Specializing in Latin Contemporary including masters and emerging talent.

Until Aug. 28: "Collectiva," featuring gallery artists including Costa Rican surrealist photographer, Leo Correa. Also, a large-scale sculpture inspired by the constellations from Victor Hugo Zayas will be on display in anticipation of his upcoming exhibition at Laguna Art Museum.

Situ Art Gallery

1590 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 376-6703

Featuring fine contemporary art by Mian Situ, Andrew Peters, Ruo Li, Carole Cooke, Bi Wei, Dan Goozee, Zhuo S. Liang, Longyao Le, Sandy Scott, Robert Peters and Ralph Oberg.

SKYLAB Modern Art

1452 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 376-2400

Featuring abstract works by contemporary artists Andy Anh Ha, Shea Guevara and Kristen Neveu.

Vladimir Sokolov Gallery

1540 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 494-3633

Abstract and mixed media paintings by Vladimir Sokolov, acrylics by Alexander Sokolov and laminated acrylic sculptures by Vasa.

Studio Arts Gallery

At the Old Pottery Place

1200 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 376-1619

Through September: "Fireborne," work by fused glass artists Mary Murray and Ron Dier.

Studio 7 Gallery – South

1590 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 715-0012

11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily

The Vintage Poster

1476 S. Coast Hwy.

(949) 376-7422

Through August: Original posters by Jules Cheret, "Maitre d'Affiche," the father of the poster.

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