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Laguna Beach Open: Group Exhibition

Artist Reception: May 7 from 5:30pm to 9:30pm 
Exhibition Runs: May 7 to May 30, 2020

 

This Call for Art was open to ALL local, national and international artists, professional and amateur working in a wide variety of mediums.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic ALL the artists that submitted to this show will have their works displayed online at our website, Facebook page, Instagram page and other sites.

Depending on the opening of the economy, the artists listed in gold may have their works in our gallery at a future date.
 

Artists across the globe responded with incredible works that include Acrylic, Charcoal, Color Pencil, Collage, Digital Art, Drawings, Etching, Graphite, Illustration, Mixed Media, New Media, Oil, Painting, Pen & Ink, Photography (Traditional and Digital), Screen Print, and Watercolor.


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Robert Alvarado

James Anthony

Norman Aragones

Michael Baker
Shannon Barnes

David Bartlett

Lois Beatty

Carol Lei Bendell

Debra Calkins

Robert Canaga

Jennifer Carberry-Landis

Stevie Chun

Ashley  Cole 

Ted Cyrek

L Daniels

Sally Deskins
Nadia Diaz

John Dimare

Betsy Duzan

Sharon Eldridge

Carson English

James Evanson

Helena Faitelson

Nestor Garcia

Lars Gesing

Harry Giglio

Bro Halff

Kayan Hamadeh

Brandon Harward

Richell Herman

LaVonne Higgins

Ann Huang

Katerina Husar Lazarova

Amber Ibarra

Michael James

Robert Johnson

Lily Johnston

Cornelius Kelly

Tracy Kimmons

Laurie King

Marianna Kiraly

Rebeccah Klodt

Mary Klunk

Claire Kosasky

Virginia Lange

Susanna Lea

Monica List

Anand Manchiraju

Danessa Mayo

Eric Mc Ghie

Pat Meier-Johnson

Gayane Melikyan

Bogdan Mihai

Dutch Montana

Kevin Morris

Rebekah Neidlinger

Daniel Nielsen

Star Osias

Jeremy Padilla

Lindsey Preciado-Weaver

Joy Redstone

Valendina Rizidis

Cailynn Rogers

John Roscigno

Stu Rosen

Bruce Sanders

Michael Sharber

Tatyana Shvartsakh

Kathleen Smalley

JW Throgmorton

Tim Torno

Edward Tutton

Brooklyn Wanzenberg

Linda Werthwein

Donovan Widmer

Will Wolf

Garett Wood

Sheri Zoch

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Fabiane Aleixo
A.M. Benz

Ann Brantingham

John Calabrese

Andrea Cook

Fretta Cravens

Russ Docken

Carol Foerster

Tracy Frein

Kathy Gascon

Jeanette Gonzalez

Miguel Jaramillo

Carol Mack

John Manno

Lidia Mikhaylova

Laura Roberts

Stu Rosen

John Schiavone

Alexandria Smith

Barbara Tabachnick

Nikita Vishnevskiy

Don Whittecar

Margaret Winchell

Lauren Yandell

mon·o·chrome

SHOW DATE: April 2, to April 30, 2020

Guest Artist: John Manno
 

The term monochrome describes paintings, drawings, design,  photographs or prints in one color or values of one color.


For this call for art Las Laguna Gallery challenged artists to explore not only the range of tones of black and white, but also explore the range of a single color.


Artists across the globe responded with incredible works that include Acrylic, Charcoal, Color Pencil, Collage, Digital Art, Drawings, Etching, Graphite, Illustration, Mixed Media, New Media, Oil, Painting, Pen & Ink, Photography (Traditional and Digital), Screen Print, and Watercolor.


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Emily Blackmore

Ginger Bowen

Diane Bush

Judy Carroll

Margaret Chiaro

Madisen Cuff

Laura De Anna

Princess Geisinger

Colleen Gnos

Rebecca Godbehere

Marni Griffith

Amy Hua

Kim Johnson

Reenie Kennedy

Kate Knudsen

Grace Kruse

Ruth Kurisu

Desiree Luca

Erin Murray

Rebecca O’Brien

Amanda Pampena

Nora Pineda

Lara Ralston

Radha Rao

Dale Stephens

Jennifer Sundstrom

Shannon Tallcouch

Cecily Willis

Hew Wilson

Bing Zhang

Women in Art - 2020
 

Exhibition Runs: March 5, to March. 28, 2020

 

In celebration of Women’s History Month, Las Laguna Gallery is helping shine the spotlight on some modern women artists.

Since ancient times, women artists have been creating alongside their male counterparts. Many may be familiar with names such as Mary Cassatt, Marie Bracquemond, Mary Beale, Mary Cassatt and Camille Claudel. These pioneers helped pave the way for the contemporary giants such as Frida Kahlo, Georgia O'Keeffe, Cindy Sherman, Barbara Kruger, Rachel Whiteread, Agnes Martin, and Jenny Holzer.


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.


This year dozens of articles have been posted to show that Female Artists Represent just 2 Percent of the Art Market. As a woman owned gallery, we do our best to help balance the scales. As such, each year we have conducted a Women exclusive show to help foster and support fellow women artists.


For this Call for Art we received submissions from across the nation and for this exhibition we selected a wide variety remarkable, fascinating, and perfectly executed artworks.

We feel this selection provides a snap-shot of what successful women artists are creating today; and a peek into the various subjects and mediums to expect to see in galleries and museums in the years to come.

 

Suzanne Barton -Full Moon Rising - Under

Carol Arian
Suzanne Barton

Emily  Blackmore

Paul Blenkhorn

Jeny Brill

Phil Brubaker

Maria Delvs

Amareen Dhaliwal

Pennie Fien

Grant Fuhst

Joy Garafola

Dan Gardiner

Lucy Ghelfi

Rebecca Hammett

Steve Hull

Ray IM

Ken Jonesa

Julie Lloyd

Callie McCluskey

Charlene Maguire

Rebecca Marie

Natasha Marks

Birgitte Rasine

Ksenia Sd

Arthur Taussig

Wendy Tigerman

Jerri Lee Young

Mixed Media, Collage and Digital Art

Artists Reception: Feb. 6 from 5:30pm to 9:30 pm

Exhibition Runs: Feb. 6, to Feb. 29, 2020
 

Las Laguna Gallery is pleased to present February’s exhibition titled Digital Art, Mixed Media and College.

 

Digital Art is a creative artwork or practice that uses digital technology as part of the creative or presentation process. Since the 1970s, various names have been used to describe the process, including computer art and multimedia art. Digital art can be purely computer-generated (such as fractals and algorithmic art) or taken from other sources, such as scanned photographs or images drawn using vector graphics software using a mouse or graphics tablet.

In visual art, Mixed Media is an artwork in which more than one medium or material has been employed.

A Collage may sometimes include magazine and newspaper clippings, paint, bits of colored or handmade papers, portions of other artwork or texts, photographs and other found objects, glued to a piece of paper, canvas or board.

Las Laguna Gallery received submissions from around the globe and selected artists works from Arizona, California, Michigan, Italy, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas, United Kingdom, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin.

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Lynne Adamson Adrian
Amit Aharoni
David Bartlett
Roman Coia
Katie Dahl
Alexis Fritz
Donna Garcia
Leslie Getz

Betsy Hughes
Crystal James
Scarlett Kirn
Maya
Jamie Morris
Sinead O’Brien
Maria Pazos
Sarah Perez

Christopher Polentz
Kent Reppert
Stu Rosen
Dena Shepherd
Hanna Slaughter
Debra Slonim
Kristin Smith
Sally Terrell
Ashley Weymouth

Animalz 2020

Exhibition Runs: Jan. 2, to Jan. 31, 2020

Guest Artist: Lynne Adamson Adrian

Throughout the history of the world in cultures near and far, animals have played a huge part in the world of art. From the beginning of time when man first scrawled a buffalo on cave walls to the present time; animals are characterized and depicted in stories, cartoons and movies.

 

The rich history of animals represented in mythologies
and folktales is endless.

These animals awaken our creative spirit and feed our imagination.
From the years of the zodiac to the spirits of totem poles animals and animal icons play a huge part in our everyday life. 

This exhibition explores how art artists continue to draw from past stories as well as create new narratives as characters in their art take on animal traits, and new creatures are imagined.