The Laguna Art Museum has a treat for everyone this season, with an eclectic exhibition featuring Southern California artists.
Whether you have a taste for the abstract, post-Impressionism or modern installations, the museum has something to enjoy over the holiday.
The show pays tribute to the late Laguna artist John Paul Jones and his daughter, Megan Hart Jones, plus the works of E. Roscoe Shrader, Sean Duffy, Ryan Schroeder and Cerno are also on display through Jan. 23.
A painter, sculptor, printmaker and arts educator, John Jones first gained national recognition in the 1960s with his figurative prints, drawings and paintings before turning to sculpture in the 1980s, said curator Mike McGee, who studied under Jones at UC Irvine.
"On display we have about 50 pieces that best represent who Jones was as an artist," he said. "He was a pretty complicated guy — a romantic existentialist who felt very deeply — and that complication came across in his art."