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Sunday 19 November 2017
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Assembling the Local Aesthetic

Time Flies by Jane Ouweleen

“Time Flies,” a composite photography piece by Jane Ouweleen at Las Laguna Gallery

Artists & Galleries

THE CAP GALLERY

Presented by the Community Art Project, The CAP Gallery will host “Interpreting Views,” an exhibition running through Jan. 30, 2018. Each of the participating artists—photographer Cheyne Walls, tile landscape artist Mike Tauber and mixed media artist Troy Poeschl—will showcase works depicting natural scenes in the second-floor rotunda of the Wells Fargo building on Ocean Avenue. (949-533-7507; caplaguna.org)

 

DAWSON COLE FINE ART

Stop by this chic gallery from Nov. 1-21 to view “Richard MacDonald: Magnus Opus,” an exhibition filled with works by the famed contemporary artist. MacDonald is a leading figurative sculptor, crafting pieces that depict dancers and acrobats in motion. (888-972-5543; dawsoncolefineart.com)

 

LAGUNA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

The city of Laguna Beach hosts its annual Hospitality Night on Dec. 1, with a special bell choir performance and community singalong at Laguna Presbyterian Church at 5 p.m. While guests stop by for the music, they may stick around to check out an art show, filled with pieces by local churchgoers, plus a tamale booth, craft bazaar and live nativity scene. (949-494-7555; lagunapreschurch.org)

 

PETER BLAKE GALLERY

Through Nov. 12, the Peter Blake Gallery will host a showcase featuring pieces by Ron Cooper, an artist who works with light and space in his minimalistic pieces. He uses unique materials like fluorescent lighting, glass panels and fiberglass to create luminous pieces that alter the viewer’s perception of his artwork. (949-376-9994; peterblakegallery.com)

 

THE RITZ-CARLTON, LAGUNA NIGUEL

Renowned Laguna Beach-based marine life artist Wyland will showcase 25 original works at the Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel, through Jan. 4, 2018, in an exhibition titled “Hope for the Ocean.” These custom-curated pieces—which include oil and watercolor paintings, Chinese sumi brush paintings and more—were crafted to recognize the Wyland Foundation’s new partnership with the United Nations Environment Program. (949-240-2000; ritzcarlton.com/lagunaniguel)

 

SANDSTONE GALLERY

From Oct. 31-Dec. 4, catch two featured artists at Sandstone Gallery. In the Front Gallery, Scottie Flamm will present abstract contemporary paintings in a showcase titled “Controlled Chaos,” while Skylight Gallery will highlight Dominique McKenzie’s “Nostalgia,” featuring mixed media paintings of the artist’s everyday observations. Meet the artists during the First Thursdays Art Walk from 6-9 p.m. Nov. 2. (949-497-6775; sandstonegallery.com)

 




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