The art season in Laguna Beach flourishes year round with First Thursdays Art Walk. This educational monthly art event, held on the first Thursday of every month from 6 – 9pm, celebrates the diverse cultural art scene of Laguna Beach and is free to the public. Member galleries and sponsors invite you to visit during art walk and enjoy their exhibitions, entertainment and special events. 


Free trolley service for art walk starts at 6:30 pm and ends at 9:30 pm. Trolleys begin at the Laguna Art Museum (north) and Bluebird Canyon Road (south). The trolley route runs as far north as Jasmine Street, up Laguna Canyon Road as far as Canyon Acres, and south to Diamond Street. Map


Metered parking is available along Coast Hwy. and a few blocks inland on either side of the street and is free after 7:00 pm. If you prefer, you may park in the residential area located 2-3 blocks inland from Coast Hwy.


Laguna Art Museum

Laguna Art Museum opens three new exhibitions in March: Self-Help Graphics, 1983-1991 highlights a selection of prints from the East LA printmaking workshop and arts center that emerged from the Chicano movement of the 1960s; Titi, Nunu, and Klembolo: Helena Modjeska’s Fairy Tale Book reveals a handwritten manuscript with ink-and-watercolor illustrations; and Centennial Gifts: Recent Additions to the Permanent Collection features outstanding donations of art in recognition of the museum’s centenary.

Laguna Art Museum
307 Cliff Drive
Laguna Beach, California 92651

+1 949 494 8971

Lu Martin Galleries

Painting demonstration by Alfredo Gomez and live cello performance by Hitoshi Suzuki

Lu Martin Galleries
372 North Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, CA 92651

+1 949 494 8074

Quorum Gallery

Meet Margaret Willmoth Jensen, Quorum Gallery’s featured artist for the month of March during Art Walk from 6-9PM on Thursday, March 7. A British artist, she is known for her abstract glass mosaic wall art and use of vivid color.  The artist accepts commissions:

Quorum Art Gallery
374 N. Coast Hwy.
Laguna Beach, CA
+1 949.494.4422

Sandstone Gallery

Mar 6-April 1
Abstract Landscapes, mixed media paintings on canvas, blending the familiar with the unexpected, by Lynn Welker will be featured in the Front Gallery along with Miniature Collages, mixed media abstract assemblage of found paper on wood panel by Cynthia Law in the Skylight Gallery. Exhibiting artists are Aimee Bonham, Ann Kim, Sunny Kim, Cynthia Law, Dominique McKenzie, Anne Moore, Hyatt Moore, Jong Ro, and Lynn Welker. Meet the artists during the Art Walk on Thursday, Mar 7, 6-9 pm.
Complimentary refreshments offered.

Sandstone Gallery
384-A N. Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, CA 92651

+1 949 497 6775


AG Vision Gallery

If you follow Mexican art you know Frida Kahlo! From her vast portfolio are 55 self-portraits and today she is still the subject of artists all over the world. No one knows how many portraits of her have been done. No one knows how many women have posed themselves to replicate her. But we all know her and any portrait or rendering we admire of her we fondly refer to as a “Frida! “

AG Vision Gallery will offer a 10% discount on all FRIDAs during the month of March!

AG Vision Gallery
532 S. Coast Hwy.
Laguna Beach, California 92651

+1 949 494 8971

Avran Fine Art

Avran Fine Art showcases an extensive collection of original fine art and museum-quality glass sculptures from the international art scene.

A bold and coveted addition to the Laguna Beach art scene, Avran makes its fresh and imaginative fine art accessible to established and emerging collectors alike.

Gallery Hours:

Open daily from 11:00-7:00 PM or by appointment

Avran Fine Art
540 S. Coast Highway, Suite 104 + 106
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
+1 949 494 0900

Dawson Cole Fine Art

Dawson Cole Fine Art is pleased to announce the opening of renowned artist, “Jim Dine: Printmaker”.  The exhibition runs through March 31, 2019 and includes a range of iconic imagery from 1973 to 2010 of hearts, robes and Venuses, as well as eay works of figures and tools. Dine has been given solo shows in museums in Europe and the United States, including the Guggenheim Museum, NY and the National Gallery in Washington, DC.  This presentation exemplifies the Ohio native’s decades long affinity for the medium of printmaking and further demonstrates his extraordinary abilities as an innovative printmaker.

Dawson Cole Fine Art
326 Glenneyre Street
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
+1 949 497 4988

LCAD Gallery

MARCH 7–28, 2019

Laguna College of Art and Design’s BFA program in Animation is proud to present Artists of Animation, an exhibition showcasing the work of seven LCAD Animation faculty members.
The exhibition features fine art, illustration, and production artwork from seven LCAD Animation faculty members: Dan Boulos, Richard Ewing, Peter Ferk, Dave Kuhn, Larissa Marantz, Glen Miller, and Mark Zoeller. The works showcased represent the group’s personal and professional output and were executed in a variety of media, including: watercolor, oil paint, digital paint, ink wash, and more.

Curated by LCAD’s Chair of Animation, Dan Boulos

LCAD Gallery
374 Ocean Ave
Laguna Beach, CA 92651


Gallery Hours:
11AM – 4PM, Wednesday through Sunday 
Closed Monday and Tuesday



LGOCA – Laguna Gallery of Contemporary Art
611 S. Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
+1 949 677 8273

Las Laguna Gallery

Women in Art – A Group Exhibition
March 7 to March 29, 2019
Artist Reception: Thursday March 7 from 5:30pm to 9:30pm

Please join us Thursday March 7, from 5:30pm to 9:30pm for the artist reception which will include art, live music and more.

Since ancient times, women artists have been creating alongside their male counterparts. During the last ten years we have seen an the past decade has seen a huge increase in its number of galleries and non-profit spaces popping up across the state; yet the bulk of these locations continue to promote the work of male artists, begging the inquiry of how gender equality has figured in this equation. While we are heading at such a fast rate, why are women artists being left behind?

The continued unevenness of gender representation within the arts is a topic; which up until now, was habitually ignored. The lack of concrete necessity compares inauspiciously with the time during the 1970s, when a large quantity of art movements in Europe and North America and critiqued patriarchal command and investigated the social and political impact of identity, sexual difference and gender.

During this time, statistical data that was gathered by activists in Los Angeles revealed that over a period of ten years, there was only a single; one woman show. All other single person shows were for male artists.

Las Laguna Gallery received hundreds of submissions and chose a wide variety of mediums and styles to show a snap-shot of incredible, groundbreaking, and incredibly crafted works.

Artists include: Lynne Adamson-Adrian, Tricia Alexander, Chloe Allred, Kiley Ames, Mary Ancilla-Martinez, Marisa Andropolis, Eleonora Balducchi, Lynn Berkeley, Claire Bishara, Ginger Bowen, Heidi Brueckner, Cherie Carter, Echo Chernik, Brooke Connor, Elizabeth Covington, Monica Daoud, Ginny English, Jennifer Esneault, Katherine Filice, Dellis Frank, Ronit Galazan, Olga Grun, Stacy Honda, Brooke Hunter, Nicole Jeffords, Evin Leek, Laurie Lisonbee, Melissa Milton, Neon Mushroomz, Tricia O’Connell, Robin Oneyung K, Maryam Rouhi, Jeannette Scollard.

Las Laguna Gallery is opened every day but Wednesday from 11am to 5pm and by appointment.

Las Laguna Gallery
577 S. Coast Highway, Unit A-1
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
+1 949 667 1803

Miche McClendon

Miche McClendon Studio/ Gallery will be showing a new collection of pieces for March Art Walk: Talisman. Adornment created to have power and bring positive change. Come enjoy snacks and chat with the artist. 

Miche McClendon
241-A Forest Avenue (back side of Forest, across from Laguna Beach Library)
Laguna Beach, CA  92651


                   16” x 12” oil Mary       

                 14” x 11” oil Mary

Whitney Gallery

Artist Marc Whitney known for his beautiful paintings that capture everyday life could be rumpled sheets on an unmade bed, large vase of flowers or a view out the window. Please come visit Marc latest work at his gallery in the historic down town Laguna Beach location by the old red phone booth or on line.

Whitney Gallery
305 Forest Avenue
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
+ 1 949 497 4322



Medusa Zoaned” – National Watercolor Society Juried Exhibition, 2019

Cove Gallery

Cove Gallery Special Exhibit – Bronze Sculpture by Elaine Cohen
Sculptor and painter, Elaine Cohen, has exhibited her work at the Laguna Beach Art-a-Fair and Festival of the Arts. She has received numerous awards and recognition for her beautiful bronze sculptures as well as he abstract paintings. Cohen was accepted into the Smithsonian National Portrait Competition and was the featured “Emerging Artist” on PBS White House Chronicles. Visit her stunning sculptures from Feb 14 – July 1st at the Cove Gallery. 
March Featured Artist – Maribeth McFaul 
Maribeth is a permanent artist member at the Cove Gallery. Her work has received numerous awards and is held in collections throughout the country. She is recognized for her large scale street paintings in pastel as well has her vivid watercolors on Yupo. 
Also featured in March are NEW paintings by Laguna Beach High School students, Soren and Luca. 

Pictured: Visitors to the gallery examine a David Rosen painting.


A Festival of Arts sponsored gallery, foaSouth, located in the Active Culture Yogurt Building, is presenting, Abstract, featuring an exciting assortment of unique and stimulating abstract themed artwork from the Festival of Arts Permanent Art Collection. The exhibit includes artists, both past and present, who have been influential in the art culture of this region. Artists included in the exhibit: Anne England, Ann Von, Charlotte Myers, David Rosen, Arman Gasparian, Mada Leach, Yoonsook Ryang, Mariana Nelson, Vinita Voogd, and Noriho Uriu, 
Abstract will run until April 19th.

1006 S. Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, CA 92651

+1 949 494 1145  – Open 9am – 9pm daily

Jules Pages (1867-1946) Afternoon in the Park – Oil on Canvas, 18 x 24 inches

Redfern Gallery

Impressionism in America

Exhibiting early American Impressionists who painted throughout the United States from 1890 to 1940.  Featuring Jules Pages (1867-1946) San Francisco artist who studied and lived in France and is credited with bringing Impressionism to Northern California.  Afternoon in thePark is a splendid work of art demonstrating the artist’s refined painting style portraying the spirit of everyday life.   Included are renowned artists; Granville Redmond, Benjamin C. Brown, Maurice Braun, Edgar Payne and more.  The Redfern Gallery specializes in California Impressionism. Included alongside the early artists are important artists of today including; Terry DeLapp, Kevin Macpherson and Gregory Hull.

The Redfern Gallery
1540 S. Coast Highway Suite 103
Laguna Beach, CA 92651

+1 949 497 3356

Sheila Olsen Gallery

Art Show Thursday 3/7. Special Guest “Sacred Art illusions”.  Join us for ART and wine 6-9pm
Sheila Olsen Fine Art
784 S. Coast Hwy.
Laguna Beach, CA  92651


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