The galleries denoted with a (*)...

The galleries denoted with a (*) participate in the First Thursday

Artwalk from 6 to 9 p.m., Nov. 7.




Gallery McCollum*

(949) 497-4027

206 N. Coast Highway

Specializing in local landscapes, seascapes and tropicals. The


gallery is featuring Caroline Zimmermann and her collection of recent

painting from Tuscany and California titled “Terra Bella.”

Laguna Art Museum*

(949) 376-8971

307 Cliff Drive

The Museum will present an exhibition of 25 new works by painter

Hung Liu on Oct. 27. The exhibition, co-curated and co-organized by

the Boise Art Museum and Heather Lineberry, will run through Feb. 23


before it travels nationally. The museum is at 307 Cliff Drive.

Information: (949) 494-8971, ext. 0. Web:

Laguna North Gallery*

(949) 494-4324

376 N. Coast Highway

Featuring new collections of watercolors and oils by Patti

Cliffton and watercolors by Yuko Blake.

Lu Martin Galleries*


(949) 494-8074

372 N. Coast Highway

Featuring “Venice Explored,” a collection of oils by Richard Ho,

as well as landscapes, still life and seascapes by Alfredo Gomez.

There is also an exhibit of new works by Ruo Li.

Marion Meyer Contemporary Art*

(949) 497-5442

354 N. Coast Highway

Featuring “Surface Paintings” by Mark Erickson and a collection of

work by Paula Schoen titled “Transitions.”

Peter Blake Gallery*

(949) 376-9994

326 N. Coast Highway pblake.html

The Peter Blake Gallery, on North Laguna’s historic Gallery Row

has been the definitive source for modern and contemporary art since

opening in 1992. The gallery will feature a collection of work by

artists, Peter Alexander and Chris Gwaltney starting Oct. 31 through

Nov. 22.

Quorum Art Gallery*

(949) 494-4422

374 N. Coast Highway

Gail Stahl will be the visiting artist this month. The Quorum

Gallery consists of 12 permanent artists and a guest artist rotating

every two months.

Sandstone Gallery*

(949) 497-6775

384A N. Coast Highway

Featuring a collection of oils titled, “Landscapes Near and Far”

by Beverly Kadlec and “Asian Culture” by Mia Moore. The gallery will

open a collection titled, Autumn Tapestry” by artist Marge Chapman

and “Abundance” by Jayne Levant on Nov. 5.

Schaar Galleries, Ltd.

(949) 497-7289

484 N. Coast Highway

Currently featuring “Autumn Splendor,” a collection of New England

autumn scenes by California artist Robert Schaar and Brazilian

artist, Ingeborg Kroeninger. The collection will be available through

Nov. 30.

Studio 7 Gallery*

(949) 497-1080

384B N. Coast Highway

Featuring painting demonstrations by artists Eagle, Wodark,

Wiederman and Anderson.

Whitney Gallery*

(949) 497-4322

350 N. Coast Highway

The Whitney Gallery exhibits works of contemporary realism. The

gallery features oils, watercolors and sculptures by exceptional

artists most of whom are alumni from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine

Art. Represented artists include, Marc Whitney, Giovanni Casadei and

Felipe Castaneda.

Vincent Farrell Gallery

412 N. Coast Highway

(949) 464-9705

Vincent Farrell has in been in the Laguna art scene for more than

40 years. He is one of the first artists to open his own gallery that

continues to exhibit his work.


Banking on Art at Wells Fargo Bank*

(949) 497-2234

260 Ocean Ave.

The gallery is featuring an exhibit of new works by artists Joan

Cormon, Sheryl Seltzer and Tim Cormody.

Coffin/Fulton Fine Art*

(949) 497-2214

301 Forest Ave.

The gallery features the paintings of long-time Laguna residents

A. Jane Fulton and Lesanne Pelle Coffin.

Diane DeBilzan Gallery*

(949) 494-5757

224 Forest Ave.

Featuring new paintings and sculpture by abstract expressionist,

William DeBilzan.

Diane Nelson Fine Art*

(949) 494-2440

435 Ocean Ave.

The gallery is featuring a solo exhibit of recent figurative

abstractions by Linda Christensen along with a special exhibit of new

paintings by Robert La Duke and Raymond Jackson.

Fingerhut Gallery*

(949) 376-6410

210-A Forest Ave.

(949) 376-6410

The gallery is featuring the works of Jiang, Smirnov, Toomalatai,

Vanderveen, M.L. Snowden and the delightful work of Dr. Seuss.

Laguna College of Art and Design

2222 Laguna Canyon Road

(949) 376-6000

Featuring “France: A Painted Travelogue,” a collection of original

drawings and paintings by students and faculty during the college’s

2002 Summer Abroad program. The exhibition will run through Oct. 24.