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Laguna Art Museum
307 Cliff Dr, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
The Laguna Art Museum is a museum of American art with a focus on the art of California. The museum carries a permanentMore collection and houses temporary exhibitions. The library, which is open to the public, offers art lectures and art books. It is always looking for volunteers and, of course, museum members. There is also a museum store that sells prints and original works of art.
Verna Glancy Fine Art
698 Vista Ln, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Verna Glancy Fine Art retails art products. Styles and media represented include modern art, drawings, watercolors, oilMore paintings, landscapes, portraits, still life, abstracts, surrealism, avant-garde and Chinese oil paintings, among others. It also offers services in curating, exhibition and fine art procurement. It is owned and operated by Verna Glancy.
Fingerhut Gallery of Laguna Beach
210 Forest Ave, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

The Fingerhut Art Gallery is known for its international art collection.  Most of the gallery is comprised ofMore paintings and sculptures. Many of the works are made exclusively for the Fingerhut Art Gallery. The gallery features a Dr. Seuss sculpture garden. Fingerhut offers more than 50 years of experience in art selection, sales and service.

Studio Arts Gallery
1200 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Studio Arts Gallery is a gallery that makes its home in the Old Pottery Place in downtown Laguna Beach. This galleryMore is known for its rotating exhibits that feature local Laguna Beach artists. Artists are assigned a space within the gallery to exhibit their work. Two artists are usually featured, along with other artists, who are selected for work that is charming, disarming, and eclectic. The Studio Arts Gallery is locally-owned and operated by a husband and wife team who make, sell, and buy art. This gallery features paintings, etchings, ceramics, multimedia, sculpture, photography, limited edition prints, mosaics, furniture, jewelry, metal art, garden art, woodworking, painted silk, and wearable art.
Daniel Fine Arts
3337 Laguna Canyon Rd, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Daniel Fine Arts provides art installation services for commercial and corporate clients. It specializes in sculpturalMore installations and offers a sculpture selection of animals, humans, abstracts and Asian-influenced pieces. Daniel Fine Arts collaborates with lighting designers, architects and structural engineers to create showcase environments. Led by its president, Dean Daniel, the business strives to seamlessly integrate works of art into their surroundings.
David and Sons Fine Arts
447 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
David and Sons Fine Arts is the oldest gallery in Laguna Beach and is located in the Hotel Laguna. This fine artsMore gallery specializes in early Californian art and shows pieces by such artists as Virginia Wooley,Wendt, Joseph Kleitsch, Guy Rose and other notable fine California artists. This gallery also specializes in 19th and 20th Century American art and is looking for art works from those periods. The focus of David and Sons is on early Los Angeles and Laguna Beach artists. Many paintings are hanging in the Hotel Laguna, just a few steps from the gallery, and in the downtown Laguna Beach shopping district.
Festival of Arts of Laguna Beach
650 Laguna Canyon Rd, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Festival of Arts of Laguna Beach is a summer hotspot for art-lovers who are willing to appreciate and at times purchaseMore work by elite artists. The festival began in 1932 and has since become a local tradition that allows artists, philanthropists and patrons to intermingle. Apart from art galleries the Festival of Arts of Laguna Beach offers many activities such as workshops in mixed media, printmaking, ceramics, videography and cullinary arts. Live music including blues and jazz can be enjoyed in the open air along with fine-tasting food, wine and chocolates. The most famous attraction at this festival is the Pageant Of The Masters in which classic paintings come to life using live models.
484 North Gallery
484 N Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
484 North Gallery is a local art gallery and event space located on North Coast Highway in Laguna Beach. The locationMore is open seven days a week and features numerous types of pieces and fine art selections from local artists. Some selections include drawings, paintings, sculptures and water colors. The location also hosts numerous events, including art shows, benefit shows, monthly art walks and more. Check the main site for a gallery of selections and for a list of featured artists.
Endangered Planet Gallery
384 Forest Ave, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
The Endangered Planet Gallery is an art gallery and community engagement center that aims to raise the awareness ofMore environmental concerns and to promote preservation of the world’s cultures. The gallery achieves this mission through art, seminars and community outreach. The art gallery is constantly changing, but always features works of art that promote the center's mission in some way. Artists can inquire about submitting their artwork to be displayed at the gallery by calling the number listed during business hours.
Laguna College of Art & Design
2222 Laguna Canyon Rd, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Laguna College of Art & Design offers classes in classical painting and drawing as well as modern multimediaMore production and graphics. Everything from short courses and workshops to Masters of Fine Arts degrees are offered with subjects including graphic design, illustration, animation and game art. The college offers excellent methods for students to boost their careers with the help of the on-campus gallery and off-campus affiliations.
Swenson Fine Art Gallery
460 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Swenson Fine Art Gallery is a contemporary art gallery located in the heart of Laguna Beach. It rests on S. CoastMore Highway, across from the beach. The collection features works from artists around the world. The gallery includes everything from abstract to realism. A large sculpture exhibit includes studio glass and ceramics, bronze and metal.
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