Bill and Charlie Russell peruse the ceramics of Lilia Venier at Laguna Art-A-Fair on Sunday, the third day of the annual festival’s summer run in Laguna Beach.(Spencer Grant)
Art-A-Fair visitors pass the colorful facade at 777 Laguna Canyon Road.(Spencer Grant)
The paintings of Mi Hye Lee get attention at Laguna Art-A-Fair.(Spencer Grant)
Art-A-Fair proves picture-worthy for a group of visitors Sunday.(Spencer Grant)
Laguna Art-A-Fair exhibitor Bob Ross, a photographer, shows his work, which has taken him to 143 countries.(Spencer Grant)
Artist Monir Fathi, left, shows her work to Laguna Art-A-Fair visitor Annie Drake.(Spencer Grant)
Jeweler Bob Johnson arranges his display Sunday at Laguna Art-A-Fair in Laguna Beach.(Spencer Grant)
Scenic photographer Brian Isley uses his phone to show some of his work to Art-A-Fair mixed-media exhibitor Eren Alptekin, left, and Tracy Darling.(Spencer Grant)
Artist Agnes Copeland, left, shows her paintings to architect Kimia Havaee, center, and engineer Shelia N-Rad.(Spencer Grant)
Laguna Art-A-Fair exhibitor Jim Nadler, a wildlife photographer, counts his African photo safaris on his fingers — “seven and counting.”(Spencer Grant)
Artist Marge Kinney explains the painting “Laguna in November” to Jim Good on Sunday.(Spencer Grant)
Sue Bojdaks and Dana Sheanin stroll Laguna Art-A-Fair exhibits Sunday.(Spencer Grant)
Loretta Alvarado shows a fiber-media work in progress to Sue Bojdaks on Sunday at Laguna Art-A-Fair in Laguna Beach.(Spencer Grant)
Art-A-Fair mixed-media exhibitor Eren Alptekin chats with Lori Drake at the Laguna Beach festival.(Spencer Grant)
Guitarist Anne Kurman plays the Peggy Lee classic “Fever” on Sunday at Laguna Art-A-Fair.(Spencer Grant)
Artist Richard Broderick’s George Washington portrait gets attention from Laguna Art-A-Fair visitors Sunday.(Spencer Grant)
Laguna Art-A-Fair artist Barbara Palmer-Davis puts the finishing touches on her painting “Window Rock at the Montage.”(Spencer Grant)
Laguna Art-A-Fair took its annual place over the weekend as one of Laguna Beach’s premier summer art festivals, with about 115 artists showcasing their photographs, paintings, textiles and other works.
The fair, marked by its brightly colored facade at 777 Laguna Canyon Road, began Friday and is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays through Sept. 1, except for Independence Day on Thursday, when hours will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The festival also includes art workshops and live music.
General admission is $9. The cost is $7 for senior citizens and students with ID and free for Laguna Beach residents with ID, active military members and children younger than 12 accompanied by an adult.
For more information, visit art-a-fair.com.
The Sawdust Art & Craft Festival also opened last week. The Festival of Arts will begin Friday, with its Pageant of the Masters starting Sunday.