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The Watercolor Gallery
1492 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
The Watercolor Gallery is located on the South Coast Highway, one block from the beach. The building is an historicMore Laguna landmark, dating back to 1926. The gallery displays artwork from over 30 artists. They mainly consist of landscapes and abstract art. This a great place to learn about the watercolor technique.
JoAnne Artman Gallery
326 N Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Founded by Laguna local JoAnne Artman, the JoAnne Artman Gallery features the work of award-winning internationalMore artists working in a variety of mediums including photography, pastels, oils, sculpture, acrylics and watercolors. Visit the JoAnne Artman Gallery's website to view galleries of featured work or for information about upcoming exhibits.
Larry Christy Studio Gallery
1476 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Larry Christy Studio Gallery is located in the Art Center on S. Coast Highway at the cross street of Mountain inMore Laguna Beach. This studio gallery has been in business at this location since 1995, and it specializes in large field color abstract acrylics, seascapes, landscapes and figurative watercolors, as well as pen, charcoal, wash and still-life drawings.
Ruth Mayer Gallery
380 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Ruth Mayer Fine Art in downtown Laguna Beach is one of two outposts of this gallery. The other location can be found onMore Catalina Island. Each gallery offers the kind of artwork that ranges from the whimsical and playful to the realistic and abstract. Oil, acrylic and watercolor are the preferred mediums offered. Color is the constant. There is a newsletter associated with the galleries, and Ruth's own work is also included among the offerings at each location.  
The Redfern Gallery
1540 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Since 1976 Ray Redfern has specialized in California plein air artists and their paintings from the years 1890-1940. TheMore Redfern Gallery carries selected museum-quality paintings from artists such as William Wendt, Franz Bischoff and Joseph Kleitsch. Sculptures by notable artists are also on display throughout the gallery. The Redfern Gallery may purchase paintings by early California artists; evaluations are based on accompanying photos including a closeup of the signature, dimensions of the piece and iindication of whether it is an oil on canvas, watercolor or print.
Gallery Mccollum
206 N Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Gallery McCollum is located on N. Coast Highway just moments away from downtown Laguna Beach. The gallery is in aMore Spanish Revival style building with inviting splashes of pastel pinks and blues. A slight incline and bend of the road afford visitors to the gallery a fantastic view of the main beach and the surf as they approach the front door. This sets the scene for experiencing the artwork of the seven local artists represented by Gallery McCollum. These artists specialize in oil, block print, watercolor and gouache. Landscapes, portraits and still life dominate the gallery's visual world. The work of one artist is featured monthly, and open receptions are held to pique public interest and to announce availability.

Wyland Galleries
509 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Wyland Galleries is an art gallery that focuses on marine animals and the conservation of the oceans and sea creaturesMore of the world. Paintings, sculpture and photographic art pieces of marine life are on display throughout the gallery. This Laguna Beach gallery is the flagship of the Wyland art community and shows oils, watercolors, brush and other works all created by Wyland. There is also an organic coffee shop with a patio seating area on the rear deck that has a 180-degree view of the Pacific Ocean and Laguna Beach. The gift shop carries clothing, posters and collectible pieces of affordable art. Art consultants staff the gallery and are available to answer any questions or assist with selections or purchases.
Cove Gallery
1492 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Cove Gallery is located in The Art Center across from the Surf & Sand Hotel on S. Coast Highway. This gallery regularlyMore features the work of 15 artists working in watercolor, oil, acrylic, portrait, landscape, plein aire, mixed media, photography and sculpture. Abstract and experimental work is the draw. Guest artist applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Receptions are held on a seasonal and exhibit-opening basis.
Lu Martin Galleries
372 N Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Lu Martin Galleries features the Impressionist oil paintings and abstract watercolors of a number of artists. ThisMore gallery occupies a sprawling space in historic Gallery Row on N. Coast Highway, next door to Quorum Gallery and Sue Westwood Fine Art. Realism, impressionism, expressionism, landscape, still-life, figurative and abstract are the main styles and themes represented. Artists include Robin Anderson, Donat Barbe, Irene Borg, Paco Garcia, Alfredo Gomez, Cristina Joia, Armenak Karapetian, Mostafa Keyhani, Lu Martin, Greg Martin, Alan Murray, Ian Ramsay, Gerhard Ruhland and Stephen Shortridge.
Annette Wimmer Fine Art
238 N Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Annette Wimmer is a Laguna Beach-based artist with a studio gallery on North Coast Highway. Ms. Wimmer isMore a skilled realist painter, offering a variety of oils, watercolor, gouache and drawing work, as well as limited edition giclees. Please call her studio during regular business hours to schedule a viewing.
Artist Eye Laguna Gallery
1294 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Artist Eye Laguna Gallery is a cooperative of 18 California-based artists who showcase new work simultaneously. TheMore space is located between Thalia Street and Blue Bird Canyon. A variety of original artwork is exhibited with a main focus on watercolor, oil, acrylic, mixed media, photography and sculpture. The artists range in style and use material that is clearly influenced by the vibe of beach living and closeness to nature. One artist is featured monthly and is invited to speak during an opening reception to further enhance the artist and audience experience.
The Esther Wells Collection
1390 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

The Esther Wells Collection is a fine art gallery that has been specializing in original paintings and sculpturesMore since 1984. It currently represents the work of 19 artists working in stone, oil, marble, acrylic, collage, watercolor, monotype, charcoal and mixed media. The range of subjects and techniques is seemingly endless, and provides a good sample of what comprises the interests and passion of gallery director, M. "Charlie" Ferrazzi. Open daily, and in the evening of the first Thursday of every month for Art Walk.

Tracey Moscaritolo Studio Gallery
422 N Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Tracey Moscaritolo Studio Gallery showcases the watercolors and giclee work of Tracey Moscaritolo, who has been paintingMore since 1994. Tracey first came to Laguna Beach in 1963 and opened a notary and secretarial service in what is now Artists' Row on the N. Coast Highway. Her paintings are intriguing and colorful with obvious Impressionistic influences. Tracey herself credits exposure to plein air artwork as a child while growing up in Boston. The salt air, sea breezes and calm blue ocean of Laguna have worked their way into Tracey's unique style and brushwork.
777 Laguna Canyon Rd, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Art-A-Fair in Laguna Beach is a seasonal art festival that brings artists and art lovers together. Visitors to thisMore fair get to see many gallery displays by different artists and are able to experience all types of styles and media ranging from traditional painting techniques to modern sculptures and abstract mixed media creations. Canvas work such as paintings, watercolors and acrylics are one of the many highlights of this art fair alongside jewelry, ceramics and sculptures created with glass, wood and metals.

Artworks with more modern influences can be seen in the photography and digital media displays. The festival usually integrates displays with over a hundred artists each year and attracts people looking for casual entertainment as well as serious art critics.

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