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Florescio by Riley Starr

Lavish Lettering

Jaclyn Florescio, owner of Yellow & Lace, details why she enjoys hand lettering as a form of art and how working in a shared space inspires her.
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Cultivating Creativity

The Laguna College of Art & Design has long been an important part of the city’s cultural fabric, partnering with the local community to educate and elevate young artists.

From the Ashes

Artists exhibiting at the local summer festivals reveal how struggles they’ve faced have helped shape both their lives and their work.
William Wendt at Work at POM

In Plein Air

Pageants of the Masters preps for its 85th year, highlighting impressionist and alfresco artistry with an “Under the Sun” theme.
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An Artful Atmosphere

Sculptures, murals and other public art—both new and newly restored—help make Laguna Beach a vibrant place to explore. By Cassandra Reinhart   As locals and visitors know,...
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Refreshed Festival

One of Laguna Beach’s most beloved traditions, Festival of Arts, celebrates its 85th anniversary with a revamped facility and a slate of new creative...
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Painting the Town

The Laguna Beach Plein Air Painting Invitational draws artists from across the country to capture this coastal city’s beauty. By Sharon Stello From its stunning ocean...

Abstract Classicists: Helen Lundeberg and Frederick Hammersley

Overlooked Brilliance Southern California artist Helen Lundeberg is regarded as the co-founder of the new classicist, or post-surrealist, art movement of the 1930s. In fact,...

Artist & Galleries

Instant Recall: Future of Art We asked two Laguna gallerists to predict the future: How will this era of art be remembered? They weigh in on...