NOW OPEN | "TIME" - November 2023 | Artist Reception: November 4 2023 (3-6PM)
An exclusive event : Special guest, live music, food, drinks and more...
For Future Shows artists are asked to send 3 images and bio to: firstname.lastname@example.org | 36" limit long side | any subject, medium, style will be considered | limited space | closed when filled.
Time is a title not a show theme. Most subjects will be accepted based on execution, technique, style and presentation.
THE GIFT SHOW 2023 | DECEMBER 2023
Featured Front and Center Wall Artists:
Lawson • Paul Bond • Joshua Burbank • Shane Townley • Souzan Zargari • Nathan Gibbs • Robert Pereira Hind • James Shilaimon • Sandy Clark • Lori Montgomery • Chris Bundy • Charissa Smith • Fay Wyles • Ivaylo Angelov • Pamela Fox Linton • Cristina Terzes • Myla Gonzales • Mihaela Dulea • Andrew Glass • Kimberly Altman • Marlene Sevacherian • Stephen Porter • Craig Rhodes • Daniel Monroe • Katerina Husmann • Nathan Gibbs • Roberta Ahrens • Jess Bell • Ryan Millhouse • Carolyn Johnson • Cristina Torres • H. Craig Jackson • Philip Carnahan • Ren Insley • Kelly Gallaher • Teri Starkweather • Bato Bostandzic • June Berger • Stacey Kosins • Alice Tomlinson • Nagui Achamallah • Jim Bieber • Cyrus Djahanchahi • Dennis Asbury • Denie Marie Wark • K.A Williams • Shannon Stroh • Nancy Bermel • Joe Valencic • Niloo Pariscari • Michael Morrison • Anthony Jabin • Anthony Douglas • Mark Fraizer • Andrea Tarman • Monika Kupiec • Andranik Shahjanyan •
Group Show Artists:
Bo Logan • Anthony Asencio • Saba Nazho • Mariah Morrell • Dennis Asbury • Kelieda Smith • Logan Kirkpatrick • Ingrid Weaver • Jane Zeiger • Shane Stahl • Reza Azi • Richard Daugherty • Kathy Breaux • Randall Holbrook • Banafsheh Mobarak • Dominic Dunsmore • Angela Jackson • Josephine Estrada • Bob Hogue • Karen Wadsworth • Candice Bourne Enang • Moira Lumpkin • Jairo Bernal • Diana Chase • Elena Kozlova • Charissa Smith • Emily O'Flaherty • Tony Tran • Lucas Novak • Candice Enang • Catherine Benita • Angela Zajic • Fae Reyes • Susie Hudson • Kyung Ja Kim • Katerina Husmann • Tiffany Pilon • Mihaela Duela • Bruce Orr • Daniel Hachard • James Salisbury • Maxssy • Naomie DeMartini • Shereen Hennes •
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"LIFE" October 2023 | Open Daily 10-8PM, Sundays to 6PM
75 ARTIST GROUP SHOW | Shops at Mission Viejo, Next to Nordstrom and the Apple Store | Instagram: @lagunaartgallery
GALLERY FEATURED ARTISTS NOVEMBER 2023
NOW REPRESENTING Festival of the Arts Artist PAUL BOND
Bond’s award-winning art has been featured in galleries and museums, including the Gateway Museum in Farmington, NM and the San Diego Art Institute. His paintings are now in private collections throughout the US and worldwide. Corporate collections include Fox, Warner Bros and NBC Studios, Royal Caribbean International, Scripps Hospital, Marriott Hotels, Hotel EMC2, and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital.
PAST EXHIBITS: JULY 2023 "WATER" 30 Day Exhibition
WATER is one of the four classical elements along with air, earth and fire in ancient Greek philosophy and in Western alchemy. The final edition of the “element series” will be “EARTH” in September of 2023 | Follow us on instagram @lagunaartgallery
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Shepard Fairey Lithograph - Signed
36 x 24 inches. Offset lithograph on cream Speckle Tone paper. Signed by Shepard Fairey. We only have 5 Left...
*** Framed - White Floater Frame with acrylic *** Signed by the artist
This piece, created during the Iraq war, is an alternative phrase inspired by popular 1960s anti-war mantra, “Make love, not war.” In this case, Fairey asserts the need for creative rather than destructive acts. The Art Nouveau style of the image is an additional reference to the influence of Art Nouveau on hippie and psychedelic art of the ‘60s, including many anti-Vietnam war posters.
Encased within a floral garland, the female figure appears more self-assured and real rather than ethereal. The placement of two paintbrushes below her portrait not only refers to a classical tool of art production but resembles spears, which when read alongside the directive to “OBEY” that appears on her neck, simultaneously makes the otherwise palatable message more pointed.
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Over 75 Artist Group Show Reception Every Month, Open Daily 11-7PM
PAST EXHIBITION • THE BLUE PERIOD • MARCH 2023
ARTIST SUBMISSIONS CLOSED FOR MARCH 2023 : "THE BLUE PERIOD"