Laguna Art Museum 307 Cliff Dr, Laguna Beach, CA92651 The Laguna Art Museum is a museum of American art with a focus on the art of California. The museum carries a permanent…More 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.
Masterpiece Publishing 1945 Laguna Canyon Rd, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Masterpiece Publishing is a fine arts gallery in Laguna Beach that allows artists of various styles and backgrounds to…More display their work to the general public as well as commercial consumers. The gallery is affiliated with the Academy of Fine Art Foundation and mostly showcases traditional paintings and some abstracts by local artists. You can also see a biography and video interview of each artist to learn more about how and why the artwork was created. All major forms of payment are accepted, and gift certificates are available.
Laguna Surf Resort 611 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Laguna Surf Resort has 25 timeshare units located on the side of the bluff and just a short walk down the public access…More stairs to the beach. Every unit has a full kitchen, fireplace, balcony, gas barbecue and sleeps up to four people. Each condominium has two televisions, a DVD player, two bathrooms and wireless access to the Internet. The timeshare has two booking seasons: Surf Season, June through Sept., and Laguna Season, Sept. through June. Laguna Surf Resort has 18 ocean-view units and seven village-view units. Condominiums are located near many shops, restaurants and art galleries with a large parking garage for guests of the resort.
Jahraus Park 270 Cliff Dr, Laguna Beach, CA92651 A tiny park that's essentially on the traffic island separating Cliff Drive from Coast Highway, Jahraus Park is still…More worth discovering. There's a small, wooded area with benches to relax on as you listen to the traffic whizzing past, and there are also a couple of whimsical sculptures. What's Laguna, after all, without interesting public art?
Chris Sullivan Studio 1999 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Chris Sullivan Studio is the working studio of artist Chris Sullivan who is a well-regarded watercolor painter. His…More landscapes grace the walls of many private residences, public buildings, and businesses large and small. Chris Sullivan has been featured during Laguna Art Tours as a guest speaker, presenter, and workshop leader. His work is obviously influenced by beach living, the natural world, impressionism and Southern California.
Bluebird Park Cress St & Bluebird Canyon Dr, Laguna Beach, CA92651
This is one of the few parks in Laguna Beach that doesn't allow dogs (except hot dogs charring away on the barbecue…More grills, of course), but there is still plenty to keep at least the two-legged mammals busy. With picnic tables, great playgrounds, basketball courts, water fountains, benches, cool public art and a strict no-smoking policy, the park is a pristine place to waste away a perfectly wonderful day.
Bartels Marlo Studio 2307 Laguna Canyon Rd, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Marlo Bartels has been creating ceramic, stone, and terrazzo sculptures, murals, and functional art in Laguna Beach…More since 1977. His work is easily discernible as fun and colorful yet it has a quality of modern antiquity. He has been commissioned by cities all over Southern California to create unique facades, common gathering areas, and memorials in city centers and public areas. His work is dynamic, whimsical and inviting. It has adorned beachfront bleachers, mosaics, pools, benches, fountains, and many other outdoor and indoor structures.