All other works are submissions from worldwide professional design firms.
New art show to open at City Hall May 7
An exhibition of 10 works by 10 Festival of Arts, Sawdust Art Festival and Art-A-Fair artists will open at City Hall, 505 Forest Ave., on May 7.
For more information, call (949) 497-3311.
Keef Ward uses recycled materials in artwork
San Francisco painter and sculptor Keef Ward arrives at Endangered Planet Gallery on May 3 with a new show titled "Re: Cycle," an exploration in art creation using recycled canvases and new sculptures crafted from recycled materials.
Ward has exhibited in the San Francisco area over the past decade, and was previously featured in Laguna in a one-man show at the former Little Gallery in 2004.
His new Laguna Beach show features more than a dozen new acrylic and collage works on recycled canvases.
The show opens Thursday, and a reception is scheduled from 6:30-9 p.m., as part of First Thursdays Art Walk. The exhibition runs through July 27.
Endangered Planet Gallery is located in The Lumberyard Mall at 384 Forest Ave., Suite 13. For more information, call (949) 497-5690 or visit endangeredplanet.org.
Indian Territory relocates western gallery
Len Wood's Indian Territory has moved its Western Fine Art Gallery from the Bluebird Centre, where it opened just last year, to a space directly north of the main gallery at 305 N. Coast Highway.
The grand opening is scheduled for the first weekend in May.
Wood said most of his clients preferred being able to see both galleries without having to travel by car between them.
Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sundays from noon to 5 p.m. An online catalog of the current inventory may be seen at www.indianterritory.com.
Fred Hope holds third annual spring show