Julie Angela Theresa
Matthew Warfield Cincotta
Sena Clara Creston
Aya Eye Okamoto
Susan Helen Strok
6x6 Artist Exhibition
December 6 to December 28, 2018
A square is perfect in it's symmetry and size. Many squares lined up, side by side, form a grid of individually unique pieces that all have just that one thing in common – size and shape.
The walls of our gallery have been filled with 6 x 6 squares, showcasing the unique talent and viewpoints of our selected artists.
Margaret Jo Feldman
Jamie Craddock Johnson
November 1st-30th, 2018
Featured Artist: Christopher Wanklyn
Though often divisive and inflammatory, we can't avoid politics in today's world.
The intrinsic beliefs and opinions
that shape us as human beings
can almost always be seen in a political light.
For this show, we choose pieces that express
all things political,
regardless of party or belief systems.
The artwork may be literal of a politician or political issue or opinion, or it may be figurative and interpretive.
'It's political', but we value ALL beliefs and the manner in which these can be expressed, artistically.
Works in this show include, Acrylic, Digital Art,Mixed Media, New Media, Oil and sculpture.
Bring Us Your Dead
October 4 to October 26, 2018
Las Laguna Gallery is pleased to present a artist exhibition inspired by the Day of the Dead.
Las Laguna Gallery invites you to explore a unique journey of love, life, and death. Through the medium of art; artists explore Día de los Muertos; an important Mexican holiday that honors deceased loved ones.
The distinctive celebration has developed from the Aztecs and includes among other things; ofrendas (offerings), altares de muertos (altars of the dead), and calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls). This ancient and enduring ritual happens when the living commune with the dead – a mystical night when the veil is lifted between their two realms and they may share a day together.
Works in Acrylic, Oil, Digital and Traditional Photography.
Mary Clark Camargo
Missy Reitner Cameron
Jamie Craddock Johnson
Thru the Lens
September 6th-28th, 2018
We've all heard the saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” A photograph captures a particular moment in time - for eternity. It serves as a memory of a life experience, or perhaps an emotion one will never forget. Photography can inspire and even be interpretive. With technology, the art of photography has grown in ways we never imagined.
We are showing unique photographic works .
Las Laguna Gallery is showing photos of all types of photography, including but not limited to, traditional film, iPhone, polaroid, digital, etc. .
Endless Possibilities: Group Exhibition
August 2nd – August 30th, 2018.
This month, on our gallery walls, you will find everything under the sun!
The sky’s the limit for both theme and medium this month.
We have asked our artists for their favorite pieces
and are so excited to share them with you.
The possibilities are endless!
Marianne van der Veer
Figures and Faces
July 5th to July 27th, 2018
This month, Las Laguna Gallery exhibits one of our favorite shows - Figures and Faces. All of our artists’ creations will examine the human face and/or figure, conveying the emotions and experiences of ‘being human’.
You will find works both representational or abstract in nature.
Jamie Craddock Johnson
Faith Humphrey Hill
Katherine (Kat) Krueger,
L. Jean Lewis
Neon (Ashleigh Williams) Mushroomz
Carl Knutson Jr
The 2nd Half: Artists 50 and Older
June 1 to June 30, 2018
“With age, art and life become one.”
As we grow older, the maturity and insight
life has given us multiplies. The viewpoints and experiences that come with age are invaluable lessons to us all on how to live life - and live it well. This month we will celebrate the talent and wisdom of the Artist over 50.
Impressionism vs. Realism – A Group Exhibition
May 3rd - May 31st, 2018
Impressionist painters such as Renoir and Monet sought to evoke subjective and sensory impressions with their work, rather than simply re-creating an objective reality.
Realists, on the other hand, seek to represent their subject in a lifelike manner, such as it is subjectively seen to the eye.
Our exhibition this month compares and contrasts the styles of impressionism and realism. The pieces we have chosen will showcase the unique aspects and beauty of both movements.
Artists for this show include: Rush Allen, Badreyah Almuqhawi, Matej Anzin, Sarah Bentley, Lillian Blouin, Judith Campanaro, Anne Christian, Betina Finnk, Leslie Franklin, Linda Garcia-Dahle, Austin Gundy, Alex Keto, Carl Knutson, Louise Laffaille, Sherry Marger, Gary Mathis, Joan Meade, Harold Naideau, Naomi Oken, Angela Pittenger, Jonathan Ralston, Shaun Roberts, Tara Rule, Julia Running, Maalik Scott, Robert Selby, Jennifer Shada, Arena Shawn, Barbra Simpson, Sherry Spencer, Tanya Sue Todd, and Evelyn Zhang.
Comics, Anime, Cartoons and Fantasy
SHOW DATES: April 5th-April 27th, 2018
Do you love comic books and superheroes, cartoons, fantasy, or anime?
Then this month's exhibition is for you! Las Laguna Gallery is now exhibiting some amazing artwork comprised of, or inspired by, Comics, Anime, Cartoon and Fantasy. There were no restrictions set on content, style, medium or context, but all of the entries fit this theme, either traditionally or digitally, in some way.
Works in Acrylic, Airbrush, Assemblage, Charcoal, Color Pencil, Collage, Digital Art, Drawings, Encaustic, Fiber Art, Graphite, Illustration, Mixed Media, New Media, Oil, Painting, Pastel, Photography (Traditional and Digital), and Watercolor, are all part of the show.
Come on out and choose your favorite Fantastical Super Piece!
Mark Andreason, Norman Aragones, Philip Byers, Krister Eide, ESS22, Stacey Glaize, Jason Gorcoff, Carson Grubaugh, Nico Harriman, Katrina Herbosa, Matthew Huntley, Harold InDelicato, Janelle Krause, Hermione Maloney, Penny McManigal,Esther Pearlman,LisaRose,MichaelSikorski,
Michael Spillers, Zoe Star, Billy Tackett, Ron Testa, Devan White, Hew Wilson
Michelle D Ferrera
Evy Halvorsen Holstein
Women in Art: Group Exhibition
March 1 to March 31, 2018
Since ancient times, women artists have been creating alongside their male counterparts.
During the last ten years we have seen an the past decade has seen a huge increase in its number of galleries and non-profit spaces popping up across the state; yet the bulk of these locations continue to promote the work of male artists, begging the inquiry of how gender equality has figured in this equation. While we are heading at such a fast rate, why are women artists being left behind?
The continued unevenness of gender representation within the arts is a topic; which up until now, was habitually ignored. The lack of concrete necessity compares inauspiciously with the time during the 1970s, when a large quantity of art movements in Europe and North America and critiqued patriarchal command and investigated the social and political impact of identity, sexual difference and gender.
During this time, statistical data that was gathered by activists in Los Angeles revealed that over a period of ten years, there was only a single; one woman show. All other single person shows were for male artists.
Las Laguna Gallery received hundreds of submissions and chose a wide variety of mediums and styles to show a snap-shot of incredible, groundbreaking, and incredibly crafted works.
Works in this exhibition include Acrylic, , Assemblage, Collage, Digital Art, Mixed Media, and Oil Paintings
Evy Halvorsen Holstein
Carl Knutson, Jr
Jo Ann Weisman
Two of Hearts
February 1 to February 24, 2018
Guest Artist: Sarey Ruden
Two of Hearts, An Exhibition for the Month of Love
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, the month of February will be all about the heart. Las Laguna Gallery proudly presents: Two of Hearts. Just as discussion about the heart is a subjective matter, so too is the interpretation of the theme for our February show.
Expressions - 2018
January 4 to January 27, 2018
To celebrate the restful nature and fresh start that describes January, we have chosen works to fill Las Laguna Gallery with the spirit of expression.
The artists we have invited share creative pieces that stir the mind, shake the emotions and fill the spirit with wonder.
Works submitted for this exhibition include Acrylic, Airbrush, Assemblage, Charcoal, Color Pencil, Collage, Digital Art, Drawings, Encaustic, Graphite, Illustration, Mixed Media, New Media, Oil, Other, Painting, Pastel, Photo, Photography, Watercolor.
Lynda Clark -Adelstein
Geraldine Le Calvez