Showing 10 from 33 Items

Count:
Sort by:
Order:

The abstract steel sculptures created by Jon Seeman test the limits of tension and balance all the while creating a sense of movement and harmony. The gallery is available for viewing by appointment.

Among the signature serpentine stone sculptures of the Joseph Wise Gallery, aficionados will also find oil and acrylic paints representing Art Deco, abstract and impressionist movements. The gallery proudly offers works suited for all spaces.

Tucked away in the canyon, the cottage studio of Ken Auster houses his fine art paintings. Most recently Ken began painting with a contemporary impressionist style, however, many of his early works and available prints feature exotic and local beach…

Founded in 1961, the Laguna College of Art & Design is an elite institution fosters the next generation of artists. See the work of students, faculty and internationally acclaimed and established artists at the campus gallery. Past exhibits have…

Bodies meet art at this tattoo parlor that embraces the artistic environment of Laguna Beach. Visitors can choose between an ink session in one of the gallery’s private tattoo rooms or browsing the art on canvas done by local artists.

Located in the historic Gallery Row, Laguna North Gallery represents 14 artists who have won awards in their respective fields. The gallery focuses on paintings done in plein air styles depicting land and seascapes as well as still lifes.

A nonprofit coalition of arts educators, professional artists and advocates, the Laguna Outreach Community Arts provides workshops to Laguna Beach Schools, Laguna Beach Boys & Girls Club, Youth Shelter, Pacific Marine Mammal Center and the…

Specialty American Indian art found its niche in the Laguna Beach art scene for 44 years and counting with the help of Len Wood’s Indian Territory Gallery. The gallery hosts the largest selection of antique American Indian art, including rugs,…

Twenty one artists, both local and international, are represented at the Lu Martin Galleries, which was founded in 1988. The gallery focuses on gathering a diverse range of paintings from impressionist to abstract movements.

Open by appointment only, the Mandalas gallery features the art of Paul Heussenstamm, who focuses his creative energies on the spiritual symbols of mandalas (meaning circles or centers). Mandalas carry different meanings, from aiding in focus or…