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.
Vladimir Sokolov Studio Gallery 1540 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Vladimir Sokolov Studio Gallery carries many paintings by artist Vladimir Sokolov. These painting use multi-textures and…More can be best described as a mixture of music, paper and paint. Since 1966, Sokolov has been a resident the the US, and has owned and operated this gallery in Laguna Beach for the past 30 years. The Sokolov collection has been exhibited in many museums and shows, such as the Laguna Beach Art Museum, American Painter in Paris, Muckenthaler Art Center, Festival of Art and many other venues. Sokolov Gallery is part if the Laguna Beach Art Walk, which occurs the first Thursday of each month, and is a citywide reception held at the many galleries that participate in this monthly event.
Robert Schaar Art Studio 484 N Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Schaar Art Studio is the working studio of Robert Schaar, a long-time Laguna Beach and highly regarded portrait painter…More who has work in the Smithsonian, the Kentucky Derby Museum, the Pentagon, as well as museums aboard. His gallery exhibited and sold work by well-known artists who specialized in oil painting, acrylics, watercolors, and sculpture. It also offered limited-edition giclees and prints for sale.
For the past 41 years, Len Woods Indian Territory has been located in the seaside resort community of Laguna Beach.…More It has one of the nation's largest collections of antique Indian art, but its specialty lies in Navajo rugs, blankets and artwork. The museum and gallery has over 6000 American Indian items on its online catalog and many more can be found inside the Laguna Beach location. Free appraisals are also offered for your collectible Indian art pieces.</p>
<p>New acquisitions come in all the time, and now through August 15 there is a Hopi Kachina show and sale featuring special show prices. Prehistoric items, Eskimo artifacts, bronzes, sculptures are only a small sampling of the tremendous amount of stock that this store carries. The gallery and museum is located on Pacific Coast Highway and is surrounded by shops and restaurants.</p>
Heisler Park Cliff Dr & Jasmine St, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Considered the most popular park in Laguna Beach, Heisler Park offers stunning views of the cliffs above the beach, with…More crashing waves below. With such scenic beauty, it's no wonder so many couples choose to get married in the park's gazebo. It provides views of the southern coastline and the downtown village. The area is also admired by the throngs who pack the bar at Las Brisas for an afternoon cocktail, or those who stroll through after taking in the latest show at the Laguna Art Museum.
Earth Stones International 1276 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Earth Stones International is a wonderful store where everyone is treated to one-on-one customer attention. Gifts,…More jewelry and unique imported stones and crystals are on display with informative descriptions of the crystals and their respective qualities. Many of the stones are thought to foster health, prosperity and safety. The selection in this shop is impressive, and most of the stones are museum quality. The shop is located in the Shire Shop Mall and is in the heart of the historic Laguna Beach HIP shopping district.