*Notes galleries who participate in the First Thursday Art Walk.
*California Art Gallery
305 N. Coast Highway, Suite A
Primary focus on early California watercolor artists. Also
featuring early historic California impressionists and two
contemporary oil painters; Liliana Simanton and Mark Geller.
206 N. Coast Highway
Gallery McCollum specializes in original landscape paintings of
Italy and France, tropicals and local scenes. Group show featuring
Caroline Zimmermann, Patrick Tobin, Michael Logan, David Solomon,
Lisa Kaspryzcki and Michael Obermeyer.
330 N. Coast Highway
Featuring a two-person exhibition with Kenna Moser and Greg Skol.
*Laguna Art Museum
307 Cliff Drive
Laguna Art Museum recently opened two new exhibits: "Joseph
Raphael: American Expatriate -- Impressionist Paintings from the
Collection of Oscar and Trudy Lemer," and Deborah Aschheim's
site-specific installation based on neurobiology, with light as the
principal medium. Raphael is an American artist who spent 37 years in
Europe, never severing his connection to his country and hometown,
San Francisco. The exhibit is of 70 pieces that creates an
unprecedented opportunity to see various facets of Raphael's persona,
his life's work and what it means to be a California Impressionist.
*Laguna North Gallery
376 N. Coast Highway
This month featuring acrylics by Chuck Best and watercolors by
Brian Norkaitis. Regularly featured artists: Bob Hall, Elaine
Ruettiger, plein air watercolors by Hedy Codner and Watercolorist
Brian Norkaitis, and oil painter Maggie Jamison.
Indian Territory, Inc.
305-D N. Coast Highway
Featuring "Walk in Beauty," the history and evolution of the 19th
Century Navajo blanket.
*Lu Martin Galleries
372 N. Coast Highway
Featuring new works by California Impressionist Don Langford.
354 N. Coast Highway