LAGUNA ART MUSEUM
Janet Blake, Laguna Art Museum curator of collections, will
conduct a lecture at 1 p.m. Sunday on the current exhibition,
"California Art from the Permanent Collection, Part I, The Beginning,
Lectures are free to museum members and free for nonmembers with
* "While Pollock Was Sleeping: Bay Area Abstract Expressionism
from the Blair Collection" runs through Oct. 2.
* "California Art from the Permanent Collection: Part I, The
Beginning, 1832-1925" is the first of three exhibits that focus on
art from the museum's permanent collection, which holds works ranging
from the early 19th century to today. * "Surf Culture Redux" is on
exhibit through Oct. 5. "Surf Culture Redux" is a reconfiguration of
the iconic works from the museum's most well-attended show in its
history, "Surf Culture -- The Art History of Surfing." * "Greetings
from Laguna Beach: Our Town in the Early 1900s," on view indefinitely
in the Stein-Brief Gallery, features paintings, photographs and
memorabilia that exemplify life in Laguna Beach from 1900 to 1930.
Artists represented include William Wendt, Joseph Kleitsch, and Anna
Laguna Art Museum, 307 Cliff Drive. Information: (949) 494-8971 or
NORTH COAST HIGHWAY GALLERIES
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. .
330 N. Coast Highway
Featuring artists Paul Brigham, Joseph Maruska and Logan Wood.
*Laguna North Gallery
376 N. Coast Highway
Featuring oils by Margaret Jamison and Pamela Panattoni.
*Lu Martin Galleries
372 N. Coast Highway
Featuring new mixed media abstract paintings by Greg Martin.
354 N. Coast Highway
Marion Meyer Contemporary Art is continuing the Eva Carter show,
"Emotions on Motion," through Saturday and is also featuring