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Exclusively dedicated to featuring the studies of Spanish artist Vicente Peris, whose body of work created from these very studies, has been featured in solo exhibitions at museums across Europe and Latin America; such as Museo de Bellas artes in Spain, Museo de Arte Moderno in Brazil, and Instituto Cabañas in Mexico, among many others.
A haven for both art connoisseurs and neophytes, the Laguna Art Museum houses only California art across all periods and styles from the 19th century to present day. Summer exhibitions include “Faux Real” (June 2 -Sept. 29)—a group exhibition that features installation artists and sculptors who recreate reality with a twist, using offbeat materials.
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From Alta Laguna Park, follow West Ridge, Mathis, Wood Canyon, and Cholla Trails (8 miles). This park with many interior trails offers every visitor amenities including water, restrooms, picnic area, children’s play area, and plenty of parking. Mountain bikes are popular in this park with trails for beginners and advanced. Length of this trail is 8 total miles with a 600 foot elevation gain.
Located one block from the beach and Heisler Park, the recently renovated Laguna Beach House offers a boutique hotel experience. In addition to its 36 deluxe rooms with an open-air courtyard view, the hotel offers free parking and a pet-friendly experience for guests with four-legged friends. Upon arrival, guests are greeted with a welcome basket of pastries, snack bars and fresh fruit.
The Nix Nature Center, Laguna Coast Wilderness Park’s headquarters, is the entryway for guests to discover the vast linked trails throughout the 20,000-acre South Coast Regional Wilderness (which includes Crystal Cove State Park, Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park and Laguna Coast Wilderness Park). Begin your hiking journey at the center, or bring children to learn more about California’s natural environment through one of the knowledgeable park rangers.
The George Gallery focuses on sharing contemporary art from female artists, ranging from depictions of heroines to commentary on varying levels of domesticity. According to its mission statement, the gallery celebrates “women artists’ delicate and indelicate subversions of content and form, message an medium.”
In business for more than a decade, Laguna Flooring is thoroughly versed in every stage of the floor installation process. The shop carries a wide variety of floor types including hardwood, laminate, stone, tile and carpet. From helping to choose which flooring is right for your home to professional and timely installation, Laguna Flooring will make your renovation as painless as possible.
With an ocean view and skimboards as tables, this upbeat sushi restaurant is located across from Main Beach. Come enjoy the fresh and unique cuisine of Miki Izumisawa, a renowned woman sushi chef. Open Mon.–Sun. for dinner.
A Laguna favorite for Mediterranean-inspired dishes, the Zéytoon’s seasonal menu includes delicious items such as the meatless stuffed grape leaves, Zéytoon flatbread and toasted caprese panini. The casual cafe also features a top deck with stunning views, perfect for a light lunch before or after a romp on the beach.
Available by appointment only, Moscaritolo Gallery doubles as artist Tracey Moscaritolo’s studio and features many of her unique creations. The majority of the gallery’s pieces focus on land or seascapes and everyday life depicted with giclee and acrylic paintings.
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 meditation to being tools in spiritual education.
Located in beautiful Newport Beach, California, Tamarind of London sets the standard for an elevated Indian dining experience for locals and visitors alike. Tamarind of London pays homage to India’s flavorful traditional favorites while artfully integrating California’s robust selection of seasonal, fresh and sustainable ingredients in every dish. In 2013, Tamarind of London was declared “Best Indian Food” in Southern California by the Los Angeles Times’ Pulitzer Prize-awarded restaurant critic, Jonathan Gold.
Laguna Nails and Spa provide personalized care and exemplary services of nail, feet and skin care. Using high quality products and equipment helps provide an ultimate and satisfying visit for our customers.
Sawdust Art Festival Winter Fantasy (Nov – Dec).Experience unique artwork by 175 artists, live holiday entertainment, great outdoor cafes, art classes and demonstrations, petting zoo, Santa and much, much more! With amazing art gifts, thousands of holiday decorations and picture-perfect moments, the Sawdust’s Winter Fantasy will become your family’s holiday tradition.
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.
From its location atop the oceanfront cliffs, Laguna Shores offers guests sweeping views of Main Beach. Ideal for families, the hotel’s studio and one-bedroom suites feature fully-equipped kitchens and kitchenettes; a community recreation room is home to a book library, board games and complimentary movies available to guests.
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 included artwork from Peanuts creator Charles Schulz and experimental pieces from award-winning designer Andrew Byrom. The gallery is free open to the public.