Change is good. Waves of new exhibits equal new experiences. At the Laguna Art Museum, this means only a portion of the galleries are currently open to the public. The good news? Admission is free until Friday, October 25, 2013. That's a savings of up to $7.00 per person!
Currently, there are three California art exhibitions on view. Experience Sea Change: Tanya Aguíñiga’s Bluebelt Forest, which uses textiles and other unexpected materials to transform the museum’s upper level gallery into a wonderful, interactive undersea forest. Kids (and you) can touch the kelp, corals, barnacles and more in this colorful installation.
Check out the 21-foot-long Blue Wall by John Mason. This rarely seen monumental piece is considered a landmark in the history of ceramic art and a masterpiece of Abstract Expressionism and will only be on view until October 13th.
Examine Pacific Views, 1914-1938 by Frank Cuprien, a small group of ocean paintings on display on the mezzanine. Cuprien's beautiful paintings capture the iridescent effects of sunlight and moonlight on calm seas.
Pop in for a change!
Laguna Art Museum - free admission
Through October 25, 2013
307 Cliff Drive
off Pacific Coast Highway
Laguna Beach 92651
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