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305 Forest Avenue, Laguna Beach, CA 92651 949.497.4322 www.marcwhitney.com (See page 50, map #111)

THE EXCHANGE FINE ARTS GALLERY Fine paintings, contemporary and historical, on view within an architectural gem, the 1922 orange county Fruit exchange 195 s. glassell st., orange, ca 92866 (714) 997-8132 see page 38, map #9


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“California Scene Painting” is a term for paintings, both in oil and watercolor, that capture the spirit of the Golden State in the 20th century by visually depicting narratives of people’s everyday lives. Creative, beautiful, ever-changing San Francisco and its Bay Area became hotbeds of the Scene Painting movement. On view now at the Hilbert Museum of California Art at Chapman University in Orange, “Bay Area Scene Paintings,” curated by Gordon McClelland and on view through April 27, is a visual treasure trove of these works, the largest exhibition of Scene paintings from Northern California ever assembled.

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Cable Car Ride by Jack Laycox (1921-1984), c. 1960, watercolor, The Hilbert Collection

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View of San Francisco by Louis Macoulliard (1913-1987), 1940s watercolor, The Hilbert Collection Washington Park, San Francisco by Sun Ying (b.1919), 1970s watercolor, The Hilbert Collection

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HILBERT MUSEUM Bay Area Scene Paintings

View of Alcatraz by Ken Potter (1926-2011), 1960s watercolor, The Hilbert Collection

The show features more than 40 paintings by acclaimed California artists, including Ken Potter, Hubert Buel, George Post, Dong Kingman, Maurice Logan, Lee Blair, Jade Fon, Suong Yangchareon, Louis Hughes, Erle Loran, Jack Laycox, Lamartine Le Goullon and many more. About half the works in the exhibition are on loan from private collectors; the rest are drawn from the Hilbert Permanent Collection. The “golden era” of Bay Area Scene painting took place roughly between 1930 and 1960, a time when the look and feel of old San Francisco and the surrounding area gradually changed as the urban area grew, redevelopment projects were implemented, and neighborhoods evolved and transformed. Countercultures – the Beat movement, and later the hippie movement -- grew and flourished in the Bay Area as alternative subcurrents to “established” society. Chronologically, the show begins with an unknown artist from the 1870s offering an image of Kelly’s Beach and the landmark Cliff House, with people wandering up the hill to enjoy the view. Other subjects of the show’s paintings range from the well-known tourist views

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of San Francisco – the bridges, cable cars, and Victorian houses – to images of the city shimmering through its omnipresent fog and rain, to gritty images of life on the back streets. While Ralph Hulett paints a view from above of the city on a crystalline blue day, Jade Fon takes viewers behind the scenes to a shadowy alley where street people warm themselves around small fires, and Lamartine Le Goullon and Dong Kingman portray the syncopated colors and forms of the Beat culture. Also on view at the Hilbert Museum: “California Masters: Modern Realist Works from the Hilbert Collection” (through April 27). Opening January 25: “Sincerely, Norman Rockwell: Celebrating a New Acquisition” and “The Magic and Flair of Mary Blair” (both through October 19). Admission to the Hilbert Museum is free. Hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Hilbert Museum of California Art is located at 167 N. Atchison Street in Orange, California, across from the Orange train station. For more information, the public can visit www.HilbertMuseum.org or call 714-516-5880


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Kitsch-In-Sync Art and Its Opposite Jan 26 - March 21st Coastline Community College, Newport

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Kristine Schomaker

In the mid-nineties, growing up in suburban Orange County, my friends and I were on the constant prowl for realism. Our ravenous fingers would flip through the smooth spines of records, part racks of musty vintage to reveal the perfect "hideous" wide-collared button up with a wallpaper pattern, then with bags tied to the handlebars of our bikes we would kick off to the next retail establishment. That vinyl record in the thin plastic bag already tearing at the corners, tied to my handlebars, as I awkwardly peddled down the street under a Technicolor pink and blue painted sunset sky is the essence of kitsch. To this day my heart pulls at the sight of a plastic bag that has THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU printed in red letters down the front. And what I purchased back in those days are some of my most prized possessions, seeped in memory and meaning that will summon an emotion more deeply felt than any other objects I come across in this world. Regina Jacobson

The intersection of memory and retail is the very heart of what kitsch is. Kitsch is not one thing, as this exhibition will prove. Although not having seen all the work in place, I can predict that the majority of the creativity on display will be a personal account by the artist of three things in particular: memory, beauty and commercial appeal. You cannot have kitsch without the specter of commercial success, either a haunting of its overarching presence or a haunting of its crippling absence. In the case of Margaret Keane, her story is marked by her husband, taking her paintings as his own and finding tremendous popularity with them before she is able to defiantly step away from his thievery and dominance to take credit for her own work, moreover her own commercial success. There is a reason why Keane's work resonates so deeply with an audience. The eyes of her subjects, giant and strikingly void of a particular emotion, allow the viewer to engage in a dialogue with their inner selves. It is a private conversation that triggers a need that will almost always translate into wanting to take an object home and keep it safe. To purchase a work of kitsch is a nurturing inclination. We want to "save" the image by possessing it, placing it upon our own curated altar. To be human is to collect and to curate. To be human is to cherish and remember through objects. Memory Two The first time I encountered Thomas Kinkade was in plate form. A friend of mine in high school, who fancied himself a deeply knowledgeable follower of the dark arts, lived in a house in a neighborhood near Peter's Canyon where the houses were at that time beginning to be built larger and with broader swathes of pink stucco. His mother collected limited edition Thomas Kinkade plates, the kind with the gold rim that you could purchase from the back of the Reader's Digest. The way she had them arranged, over the mantelpiece in their living room, in clusters on either side of the exposed brick fireplace, was strikingly quant and beautiful. Each little bird’s eye view of a far off village at dusk, or a solitary cottage surrounded by an autumnal forest would hold my weary, charred teenage heart and restore it, if only for a moment, with the power of a lovingly read bedtime story. I felt a deeper kinship to my friend's mother through her cherished plates than I did to my friend. Her kitsch resonated with me in a way I couldn't, at that time in my life, admit to. I am convinced from that experience and many that came after that those who put down others for their kitsch are experiencing a similar kind of secret love and feel inclined to express the opposite to mask it. We are often startled by the nakedness of kitsch, how it asks us to love beauty through the lens of personal perception not a widely held or academic understanding. The very nuance of kitsch becomes its mass appeal. As

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F. Scott Hess

we proceed through life and begin to trust and love our own experiences the kitsch comes pouring in. What is life in America but a doggy paddle towards beauty in a sea of capitalistic sentiment? I for one am choosing to embrace it early but that too is something I share with my generation, a group of "suburban" brats growing up on the edge of the internet with no idea what was about to hit mankind. We now live in a world of kitsch and the feelings qualifying objects would inspire can be acquired with a Google search. We collect images in piles on our social media platforms, cyber homesteads we have built for our hearts, permanently residing at the cross roads of beauty and commerce. If it is not beautiful it is not worth having or at the least not worth mentioning. As the individual becomes less and less inclined to hide behind performativity we will need kitsch more than ever to identify

each other as aligning with our values. Our friends will look to each other's ideas of beauty and nostalgia as the foundation for connectivity and communal warmth. Grab your ugly Christmas sweater and your easy listening records, its about to get beautifully ugly. ∞ Kitsch-In-Sync, curated by Bradford J. Salamon, opens Sat., Jan 26th, 6 - 9 pm. and features a strong cast of nearly 50 talented artists, including: Ashley Bravin, Frank Dixon, Tom Dowling, Michael Flechtner, Regina Jacobson, Laurie Hasshold, Mark Kostabi, David Michael Lee, Bradford J. Salamon, Victoria Reynolds, Kent Twitchell, Jeffrey Vallance, Joel Woodard and many more. Coastline Community College Art Gallery is located at 1515 Monrovia Ave., Newport Beach, CA 92663. www.coastline.edu/community/art-gallery Jeff Gillette

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CALENDAR OF ARTS This section is devoted to exhibits, performances and other special events. Please refer to page numbers following entry for addresses, phone numbers and further references in Local Arts. To locate most venues, please refer to our Orange County fold-out map (pages 4 - 7), and to our Directory of Museums and Theaters (pgs 68 & 69). KEY ■ Art/Art Event ■ Theater ■ Musuem ■ Music

IN JAN ■ Hearts on Fire, featuring artists, maria yepez and ellen seefeldt, (through 2/17) showcase gallery, santa ana, pg 55 ■ the hilbert museum in orange presents Bay Area Scene Paintings, curated by gorden mcclelland, featuring more than 40 paintings by acclaimed california artists (through 4/27) hilbert museum, orange, see feature, pg 18 Naturescape, presented by cap, (through 1/31)) wells Fargo Building, ocean ave, laguna, pg 63

JAN 17 – MAY 27 ■ Self-Help Graphics,1983-1991, select pieces acquired by lam from the famed east los angeles printmaking workshop and art center by the same name, laguna art museum, pg 68

JAN 10 – FEB 10 ■ Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Nile, wealth, beauty, a new husband and a cruise down the nile make for suspense, murder and mystery, stages theatre, Fullerton, pg 69

JAN 18 – FEB 17 ■ newport theatre arts center presents The Gin Game, the universal issues of every King and queen, regardless of their castle’s size, ntac, newport, pg 69

JAN 23 – OCT 19 ■ Sincerely, Norman Rockwell, the hilbert celebrates a recently acquired working sketch by famed american icon, norman rockwell, (reception, 2/2, 6 – 8 pm), hilbert museum, orange, pg 58

■ Upon a Painted Ocean: An Ode to the California Coast features works by important historical artists including: rex Brandt, maurice cuprien and edgar payne plus select contemporary painters, (through 3/ 30/19) irvine museum collection, pg 40

JAN 26 – MAR 21 ■ Kitsch-In-Sync, select mix of seasoned painters make up this dynamic show, curated by Braford J. salamon, coastline community college, newport Beach, see feature, pg 24

IN FEB ■ The Terra Cotta War■ Hearts on Fire, featuring riors, the Bowers muartists, maria yepez and seum presents an ellen seefeldt, (through exhibition highlighting 2/17) showcase gallery, china’s terra cotta solBoats Returning Home by William Ritschel in Upon A santa ana, pg 55 diers for a third time in Painted Ocean: an Ode to the California Coast the museum’s history, ■ Kitsch-In-Sync, select (through 3/30) UCI Irvine Museum Collection, pg 44 (see website for mix of seasoned painters details)the Bowers museum, pg 68 make up this dynamic show, curated by Braford J. salamon (through 3/21) coastline community ■ Spirits and Headhunters: Art of the Pacific Islands, college, newport Beach, see feature, pg 24 experience exquisite masterpieces and dynamic objects from the vast and diverse pa■ Upon a Painted Ocean: An Ode to the California Content Brought to You cific islands in this special exhibition guest Coast features works by important historical artists in Part by Our curated by chris rainier, (ongoing), santa including: rex Brandt, maurice cuprien and Community Sponsors. ana, pg 68 edgar payne plus select contemporary painters, See pg 21 (through 3/ 30/19) irvine museum collection, pg 40 ■ Sacred Realms: Temple Murals by Shashi Dhoj, the nine oversized paintings shown in this ■ the hilbert museum in orange presents Bay exhibition are all the work of one extraordinary Area Scene Paintings, curated by gorden mcclel69-year-old Buddhist monk named shashi dhoj land, featuring more than 40 paintings by actulachan, a second generation thangka artist livclaimed california artists (through 4/27) hilbert ing in tuksche, a remote village located in musmuseum, orange, see feature, pg 18 tang, nepal's northernmost district adjacent to tibet, (ongoing) Bowers museum, continued on page 28 » Disney Theatrical Productions and Segerstrom Center for the Arts present Aladdin, the hit Broadway musical in a limited three week run, (3/6 3/23) SCFTA, pg 69

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and dynamic objects from the vast and diverse pacific islands in this special exhibition guest curated by chris rainier, (ongoing), santa ana, pg 68 ■ Sacred Realms: Temple Murals by Shashi Dhoj, the nine oversized paintings shown in this exhibition are all the work of one extraordinary 69-year-old Buddhist monk named shashi dhoj tulachan, a second generation thangka artist living in tuksche, a remote village located in mustang, nepal's northernmost district adjacent to tibet, (ongoing) Bowers museum, santa ana, pg 68

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Dan McCleary’s Therapy, part of Centennial Gifts: Recent Additions to the Permanent Collection is a celebration of the museum’s growth as it moves beyond the centennial year and an expression of gratitude toward the donors who have contributed so richly to Laguna Beach’s artistic legacy (5/3 - 5/27) LAM, pg 68

■ Self-Help Graphics,1983-1991, select pieces acquired by lam from the famed east los angeles printmaking workshop and art center (through 5/27), laguna art museum, pg 68 ■ Sincerely, Norman Rockwell, the hilbert celebrates a recently acquired working sketch by famed american icon, norman rockwell, (through 10/19), hilbert museum, orange, pg 58 ■ The Terra Cotta Warriors, the Bowers museum presents an exhibition highlighting china’s terra cotta soldiers for a third time in the muContent Brought to You seum’s history, (see website for details)the in Part by Our Bowers museum, pg 68 Community Sponsors. See pg 21

■ Spirits and Headhunters: Art of the Pacific Islands, experience exquisite masterpieces

■ downtown Fullerton art walk, first Friday on the month, 6-10 pm, a coalition of galleries, artists, restaurants.

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■ opening reception for Sincerely, Norman Rockwell and The Magic and Flair of Mary Blair (both through 10/19), hilbert museum, orange, pg 58 ■ First saturday artwalk, arts district, downtown santa ana, Broadway and 2nd st., santa ana

FEB 5 – 17 ■ segerstrom center for the arts presents, Come From Away, takes you into the heart of a true story of 7,000 stranded passengers and the small newfoundland town that welcomed them, scFa, pg 69

FEB 7 ■ First thursdays artwalk, 6 - 9pm, monthly celebration with galleries open citywide, trolley service available, laguna, pg. 64

Sincerely, Norman Rockwell, the Hilbert celebrates a recently acquired working sketch and study for the cover of a Saturday Evening Post by famed American icon, Norman Rockwell, (through 10/19), Hilbert Museum, Orange, pg 58

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FEB 7 - 28 ■ lcad gallery presents, Entertainment Design: The Art of Luc Desmarchlier (reception 2/7, 6 – 9 pm) laguna Beach

FEB 9 – MAY 29 ■ cap gallery presents lpapa’s Unexpected Places, featuring artists, val carson, tom swimm and Fernando micheli, reception, 11 am – 1 pm, wells Fargo Bank Building, laguna, pg 63

FEB 16 ■ California Cool: Art Auction 2019, an evening nt to be missed with works by over 100 california artists, laguna art museum, laguna Beach, pg 36

FEB 17 MAR 31

Self-Help Graphics,1983-1991, select pieces acquired by Laguna Art Museum from the famed East Los Angeles printmaking workshop and art center by the same name (1/17 - 5/27), LAM, pg 68

■ Kaleidoscope, featuring artists, Janos lanyi and ray hart, showcase gallery, santa ana, pg 55

FEB 20 – MAR 10 ■ Blues in the Night, features 26 hot and torchy numbers in the tony nominated musical, laguna playhouse, laguna, pg 69

FEB 23 ■ new works by tom swimm, 4 – 8 pm, pacific edge gallery, laguna, pgs 15, 21

IN MARCH ■ Blues in the Night, features 26 hot and torchy numbers in the tony nominated musical, (through 3/10) laguna playhouse, laguna, pg 69 ■ Kitsch-In-Sync, select mix of seasoned painters make up this dynamic show, curated by Braford J. salamon (through 3/21) coastline community college, newport Beach, see feature, pg 24 ■ Upon a Painted Ocean: An Ode to the California Coast features works by important historical artists including: rex Brandt, maurice cuprien and edgar payne plus select contemporary painters, (through 3/ 30/19) irvine museum collection, see feature, pg 40 ■ Kaleidoscope, featuring artists, Janos lanyi and ray hart, (through 3/31) showcase gallery, santa ana, pg 55 ■ the hilbert museum in orange presents Bay Area Scene Paintings, curated by gorden mcclelland, featuring more than 40 paintings by acclaimed california artists (through 4/27) hilbert museum, orange, see feature, pg 18 ■ Self-Help Graphics,1983-1991, select pieces acquired by lam from the famed east los angeles printmaking workshop and art center (through 5/27), laguna art museum, pg 68 ■ Sincerely, Norman Rockwell, the hilbert celebrates a recently acquired working sketch by famed american icon, norman rockwell, (through 10/19), hilbert museum, orange, pg 58 ■ The Terra Cotta Warriors, the Bowers museum presents an exhibition highlighting china’s terra cotta soldiers for a third time in the museum’s history, (see website for details)the Bowers museum, pg 68 ■ Spirits and Headhunters: Art of the Pacific Islands, experience exquisite masterpieces and dynamic objects from the vast and diverse pacific islands in this special exhibition guest curated by chris rainier, (ongoing), santa ana, pg 68

■ Sacred Realms: Temple Murals by Shashi Dhoj, the nine oversized paintings shown in this exhibition are all the work of one extraordinary 69-year-old Buddhist monk named shashi dhoj tulachan, a second generation thangka artist living in tuksche, a remote village located in mustang, nepal's northernmost district adjacent to tibet, (ongoing) Bowers museum, santa ana, pg 68

MAR 1 ■ downtown Fullerton art walk, first Friday on the month, 6-10 pm, a coalition of galleries, artists, restaurants.

MAR 1 – 31 ■ Maple and Vine, contemporary suburbanites give up modern conveniences only to discover a surprisingly authentic awareness, stages theatre, Fullerton, pg 69

MAR 2 ■ First saturday artwalk, arts district, downtown santa ana, Broadway and 2nd st.

MAR 3 – MAY 27 ■ Centennial Gifts: Recent Additions to the Permanent Collection is a celebration of the museum’s growth as it moves beyond the centennial year and an expression of gratitude toward the donors who, through their gifts, have contributed so richly to laguna Beach’s artistic legacy, laguna art museum, pg 68

MAR 6 – 23 ■ disney theatrical productions and segerstrom center for the arts present Aladdin, the hit Broadway musical in a limited 3-week run, scFa, pg 69

MAR 7 ■ First thursdays artwalk, 6 - 9pm, monthly celebration with galleries open citywide, trolley service available, laguna, pg. 64

MAR 7 - 28 ■ lcad gallery animation exhibition (reception 3/7, 6 – 9 pm) laguna Beach mar 9 – July 14 ■ Guo Pei: Couture Beyond, this exhibition showcases the iconic work of world renowned couturière designer guo pei, featuring more than 30 breathtaking pieces from her most bold runway shows, the masterpieces on view underline the artist’s impact on the fashion world and beyond, west coast premiere, Bowers museum, santa ana, pg 68

MAR 11 – 25 ■ lpapa presents 15th annual Best of Plein Air, (reception 3/16, 5 – 7 pm), Forest & ocean gallery, laguna Beach, pg 67 continued on page 30 »

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MAR 16 ■ Finder Keepers, new works by local favorite, sandra Jones campbell (reception, 4- 8 pm), pacific edge gallery, laguna, pgs 21 & 39 ■ lpapa presents 15th annual Best of Plein Air, (reception, 5 – 7 pm), Forest & ocean gallery, laguna Beach, pg 67

IN APRIL ■ the hilbert museum in orange presents Bay Area Scene Paintings, curated by gorden mcclelland, featuring more than 40 paintings by acclaimed california artists (through 4/27) hilbert museum, orange, see feature, pg 18

are all the work of one extraordinary 69-year-old Buddhist monk named shashi dhoj tulachan, a second generation thangka artist living in tuksche, a remote village located in mustang, nepal's northernmost district adjacent to tibet, (ongoing) Bowers museum, santa ana, pg 68

APRIL 4 ■ First thursdays artwalk, 6 - 9pm, monthly celebration with galleries open citywide, trolley service available, laguna, pg. 64

■ Self-Help Graphics,1983-1991, select pieces acquired by lam from the famed east los angeles printmaking workshop and art center (through 5/27), laguna art museum, pg 68 ■ Centennial Gifts: Recent Additions to the Permanent Collection is a celebration of the museum’s growth as it moves beyond the centennial year and an expression of gratitude toward the donors who, through their gifts, have contributed so richly to laguna Beach’s artistic legacy (through Content Brought to You 5/27), laguna art muin Part by Our seum, pg 68 Community Sponsors. See pg 21

■ Guo Pei: Couture Beyond, this exhibition showcases the iconic work of world renowned couturière designer guo pei, featuring more than 30 breathtaking pieces from her most bold runway shows, the masterpieces on view underline the artist’s impact on the fashion world and beyond, west coast premiere (through 7/14) Bowers museum, santa ana, pg 68 ■ Sincerely, Norman Rockwell, the hilbert celebrates a recently acquired working sketch by famed american icon, norman rockwell, (through 10/19), hilbert museum, orange, pg 58

Guo Pei: Couture Beyond, this exhibition showcases the iconic work of world renowned couturière designer Guo Pei, featuring more than 30 breathtaking pieces from her most

■ The Terra Cotta Warriors, the bold runway shows, (3/7-3/28) Bowers Museum, Santa Ana, pg 68 Bowers museum presents an exhibition highlighting china’s APRIL 4 - 25 terra cotta soldiers for a third time in the mu■ lcad gallery Game Art Exhibition (reception seum’s history, (see website for details)the Bow4/4, 6 – 9 pm) laguna april 5 ers museum, pg 68 ■ downtown Fullerton art walk, first Friday on ■ Spirits and Headhunters: Art of the Pacific Islands, the month, 6-10 pm, a coalition of galleries, artists, experience exquisite masterpieces and dynamic restaurants. objects from the vast and diverse pacific islands in this special exhibition guest curated by chris APRIL 6 rainier, (ongoing), santa ana, pg 68 ■ First saturday artwalk, arts district, downtown santa ana, Broadway and 2nd st, santa ana ■ Sacred Realms: Temple Murals by Shashi Dhoj, the nine oversized paintings shown in this exhibition

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Charles White’s, Seed of Love, 1969, showing in Charles White: A Retrospective at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (2/17 - 6/9) lacma.org

LACMA, To Rome and Back: Individualism and Authority in Art, 1500–1800. throughout its 2,000- year history, rome has been held as the epitome of republic, the decadence of empire, the force of catholicism, the artistic and literary birthplace of naturalism and the source of classicism. assembled from lacma’s permanent collection, this significant moment in early modern europe reflects the donations and gifts from support to the museum’s departments of costume and textiles, decorative arts and design, latin american art, and prints and drawings, in addition to european paintings and sculpture. (through 2/24/19) lacma.org Rauschenberg: The 1/4 Mile - one of the most pioneering artists of the last century, robert rauschenberg (1925–2008) produced a diverse body of work characterized by the use of varied mediums, methods, experimentation and crosscultural exchange. created over 17 years, the work the 1/4 mile reveals the broad scope of rauschenberg’s practice and is the first time it will be exhibited in its entirety. (10/28/183/31/19) lacma.org

yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror and The Souls of Millions Light Years Away, (on-going). theBroad.org

HAMMER MUSEUM Allen Ruppersberg: Intellectual Property 1968-2018 this major retrospective on the work of conceptual artist allen ruppersberg (b. 1944, cleveland) marks the artist’s first comprehensive us survey in over 30 years. many of the works included, from private and public collections in europe and elsewhere, have never before been exhibited in us museums. ruppersberg moved to los angeles in the mid1960s with the goal of becoming an illustrator, but soon became active in an emerging scene led by artists such as John Baldessari, ed ruscha, william leavitt, and others exploring the interface of language and image filtered through the lens of mass culture. his early projects—including environments made with found objects; wry, narrative photo works; and a novel copied by hand—began a career-long practice of creating works that prompt both reading and looking, and that intertwine fact with fiction. since those early years, ruppersberg has actively worked between los angeles, new york, and europe. wide ranging in approach, his work is unified by his regular use of american vernacular culture—including books, posters, newspapers and magazines, records, old films, and other vintage items—which he draws from his vast collections source material. Featuring more than 120 works made over the past 50 years, the exhibition includes the artist’s photo works combining text and image, early assemblage sculptures, and his

Charles White: A Retrospective - the first major 21stcentury museum retrospective on this famed midcentury artist, the show traces white’s career and impact in the cities he called home: chicago, his birthplace; new york, where he joined social causes and gained acThe Singing Posters: Allen Ginsberg's Howl by Allen Ruppersberg (Parts I-III), 2003/2005 claim; and los angeles, (detail). Commercially printed posters. Courtesy the artist and Greene Naftali, New York; where he developed his photo courtesy Skirball Museum, Los Angeles, (2/10 - 5/12) hammermsueum.org mature art and became a civil rights activist. the exhibition includes 100 drawings, prints and oil paintings. organized by the art institute of chicago and the museum of modern art, in collaboration with the los angeles county museum of art. (2/17 - 6/9) lacma.org

MOCA One Day at a Time: Manny Farber and Termite Art this exhibition inspired by american painter and film critic manny Farber and his legendary underground essay “white elephant art vs. termite art” (1962) features 30 artists and 100 works of painting, sculpture, photography, film, and video from the 1950s to the present. artists include: dike Blair, Joan Brown, Beverly Buchanan, Jordan casteel, vija celmins, leidy churchman, moyra davey, taylor davis, tacita dean, manny Farber, Fischli & weiss, Jean-

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groundbreaking environments al’s cafe (1969) and al’s grand hotel (1971). the exhibition charts ruppersberg’s key themes: movement between places, presence and absence, the book as object and subject, memorials, and self-portraiture. (2/10 - 5/12) hammer museum.org


ADD NG DIMENSION Invaluable Images of Incredible Times Leica Gallery in West Hollywood proudly exhibits photography icons Nick Ut and Dan Barletti 4/11, 6-9 pm (through 5/31). Both Pulitzer Prize Awarded photographers, Ut’s image of the Napalm Girl is thought of as the most searing image of the Vietnam War and one of the most haunting and recognizable images of the 20th century. The Leica Gallery Los Angeles space was designed to celebrate photography and display exhibitions by an interesting mix of established and up-and-coming photographers. Open daily. leicagalleryla.com

Mary Blair concept for Alice in Wonderland at the Hilbert 1/25 - 10/19

tor Bradford J. Salamon. Each Mary Blair. One of the most imaginative artists ever to work artist was asked; How do we know what is good and who defor Walt Disney Studios, Blair cides? How much importance was a leading creative force in should be put on art criticism? the development of the aniDo we need it now more than mated classics Alice in WonThe Hilbert Museum ever? One such critic was derland, Peter Pan and Presents Recently Clement Greenberg who, withCinderella, among others as Acquired Norman well as the Rockwell and Mary beloved ride It's a Blair Concepts in Small World. Newest Exhibits This exhibition includes more Sincerely, Norman Rockwell, than 20 of her 1/25 - 10/19, celebrates the whimsical, colorHilbert Collection's acquisition ful paintings for of a beautifully detailed comp Disney projects, drawing by famed American from the Hilbert painter, Norman Rockwell for Collection. See his 1946 "Crestwood Comcover and editorimuter Station" Saturday als on pages 18 & Evening Post cover. This exhi60. www.hilbertbition will place the drawing in Jane Bauman original in Kitsch-In-Sync, 1/26 - 3/21 museum.org the context of Rockwell's longout any formal art education, time association with the Post , was hugely influential and made Kitsch-In-Sync Brings and his other famed covers for the career of Jackson Pollock. In All Star Lineup to the popular magazine. Recep1939 Greenberg wrote an essay Coastline Community tion, 2/5, 6- 8 pm. titled, Avant-Garde and Kitsch, College Art Gallery Alongside Sincerely and sharwhere he argued that “all that is ing the same opening and exhi- Kitsch-In-Sync, opening 1/26, academic is kitsch”. There bition dates is, The Magic of 6 - 8 pm, (through 3/21) Cura- seems to be everything and the Content Brought to You in Part by Our Community kitchen sink being done today Sponsors. Napalm Girl by Nick Ut at Leica Gallery LA, 4/11 - 5/31 See pg 21 and almost all artists can find some kind of audience. Is this a good thing? The title for this show was suggested by writer and art critic Peter Frank after discussions with the curator. The impressive lineup includes: amongst others, Kim Abeles, Jane Bauman, Mark Kostabi, Kristine Schomaker, Kent Twitchell and more. Coastline Community College Art Gallery

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ner of Jamboree and Main Street. The owners wanted the architecture and the sculpture to be something very different then what is typically being built around the city. 25 plus different concept images were presented before the owners signed of on the project and it was underway. The idea behind the piece was to bring an organic form juxtaposed against the angular nature of the architecture. Dubin also wanted the title of the piece as well as it’s visual presence to speak to hope for the environment, reflecting nature and the idea that with human guidance, global temperatures would again begin to decline, hence, “MERCURY FALLING”. Dubin chose a material that would reflect its surroundings and evoke sense of nature and fluidity. The sculpture was hand formed out of marine grade stainless steel then hand polished to a mirror finish. The scale of the sculpture was something that was debated in the early design stages and it was decided that if the intent was to create a landmark piece, then it should be “big”! The final piece is five stories tall roughly 60 feet. It is a representation of mercury pooling on the roof then spilling over the top and streaming to the ground hitting it with a large “splash”. “Mercury Falling” is scheduled for installation in later January 2019. www.jorgdubin.com

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Prominent young artist Lindsay Rapp brings her East Coast talent to Laguna Beach showcasing in her new Studio Gallery paintings of ethereal seascapes and oceanic inspired feminine figures. Her blend of precious materials on glass, such as genuine mother-ofpearl and 23K gold with brush strokes that mimic the expressions of water, creates a truly unmistakable style. A portion of all sale proceeds are donated towards ocean conservation charities www.lindsayrappgallery.com See page 10

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Edgar Payne

The Redfern Gallery is one of the most important galleries of its kind, having specialized in the California Impressionist School (1890s -1940s) for 39 years. The gallery presents museum quality historical paintings by Guy Rose, Edgar Payne, Alson Clark, Joseph Kleitsch and others. The gallery is always interest in the purchase of quality painting – with record prices paid. Open Tues. – Sat., and by appointment 949/497-3356 www.redferngallery.com

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1550 S. Coast Hwy, #103, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

The Cove Gallery is artist-owned, featuring 14 accomplished artists specializing in a contrast of styles of original art in oils, acrylics, watercolor, mixed media along with 3-D photography and digital art. Works are presented in an ever changing exhibition with the artists there for you to meet. The new location of the Cove Gallery is directly across PCH from the entrance to the Surf & Sand Resort. Buy directly from the artist and save! 949/715-7149 www.covegallerylaguna.com

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Lance Heck The Art of Jewelry

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Barbara Fudurich Picnic Beach watercolor 11"x 15"

1153. Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, 92651

"I strive for an aesthetic that blends contemporary, clean design with an obsession for craftsmanship and detail that is 'old world' I hope that when you hold one of my pieces, you will see the quality, feel the inspiration, and above all, know that you are wearing art!"

949/494-3299 www.lanceheck.com

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Barbara Fudurich Watercolors Dana Point Studio by Appointment ●

Barbara displays a range of perspectives that highlight the beauty of landscapes and intimacy of outdoor still life and simple daily activities that have been described as “peaceful”. Her greatest pleasure, painting on location, has taken her to venues around the world. View at her studio or at the Watercolor Gallery, Laguna. 949/240-1724 www.fudurich.com

John Tolle

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3851 Bear St, Santa Ana CA 92704

In South Coast Village, features regional artists' original work and a selection of artwork for the collector and gift giver. The gallery attracts clients and decorators seeking exceptional pieces for home or business. A portion of sales goes to support art scholarships in Orange County. An Orange County Fine Arts non-profit gallery. 715/540-6430 www.ocfinearts.org

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Extensive line of original designs in a variety of categories including: bracelets, earrings, wedding rings, necklaces, men’s jewelry and more. See website for additional information. Located on PCH just blocks south of the Surf & Sand Hotel.

949/497-2115 www.johntollejewelry.com

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Sherry Pollack Walker ● By Appointment DePoy Fine Art, Newport Beach CA

A New Yorker, now in S. California, Sherry started her art education under Ron Mehlman (Brooklyn Mus. of Art), and later, armed with a Boston U. BFA launched a NYC commercial art career directing the likes of Sony, Jaquar and BMW. Returning to her fine art roots in drawing, she now works and excells in pastels, oil pastels and oil. 949/212-7389 tesoriart@yahoo.com

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540 S. Coast Hwy., Laguna Beach, CA 92651

A new haven for jewelry enthusiasts looking to indulge in one-of-a-kind artisan pieces. The gallery space showcases diverse designers, specializing in luxury objets d'art. Contemporary jewelry is the focus of the collection, which is comprised of rare, handcrafted pieces, appealing to those with an elevated aesthetic. 949/390-4790 avranexclusive.com


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1/16 - 2/17 Reception 1/12, 5-7 pm. Featured Artist: Maria Yepez (above) Guest Artist: Ellen Seefeldt

2/17 - 3/31 Reception 2/23, 5-7 pm. Featured Artist: Janos Lanyi (above) Guest Artist: Ray Hart

Hector Munoz

Cy Rathbun

Showcase and Bear Street Galleries 3851 S. Bear St., Santa Ana, CA in South Coast Plaza Village

AvantGarden Gallery 417-B, N. Broadway, Santa Ana, CA (714) 558-8843 1st Saturday Artwalk 6- 10 pm, 15 Local Artists

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Norman Rockwell:

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his first commercial commissions. From Bridgman, Rockwell learned the technical skills on which he relied throughout his long career. Rockwell found success early. He painted his first commission of four Christmas cards before his sixteenth birthday. While still in his teens, he was hired as art director of Boys’ Life, the official publication of the Boy Scouts of America, and began a successful freelance career illustrating a variety of young people’s publications.

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Born in New York City in 1894, Norman Rockwell always wanted to be an artist. At age 14, Rockwell enrolled in art classes at The New York School of Art (formerly The Chase School of Art). Two years later, in 1910, he left high school to study art at The National Academy of Design. He soon transferred to The Art Students League, where he studied with Thomas Fogarty and George Bridgman. Fogarty’s instruction in illustration prepared Rockwell for

At age 21, Rockwell’s family moved to New Rochelle, New York, a community whose residents included such famous illustrators as J.C. and Frank Leyendecker and Howard Chandler Christy. There, Rockwell set up a studio with the cartoonist Clyde Forsythe and produced work for such magazines as Life, Literary Digest, and Country Gentleman. In 1916, the 22-year-old Rockwell painted his first cover for The Saturday Evening Post, the magazine considered by Rockwell to be the “greatest show window in America.” Over the next 47 years, another 321 Rockwell covers would appear on the cover of the Post. Also in 1916, Rockwell married Irene O’Connor; they divorced in 1930. The 1930s and 1940s are generally considered to be the most fruitful decades of Rockwell’s career. In 1930 he married Mary Barstow, a schoolteacher, and the couple had three sons, Jarvis, Thomas, and Peter. The family moved to Arlington, Vermont, in 1939, and Rockwell’s work began to reflect small-town American life.

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Artist Facing Blank Canvas, 1938, Norman Rockwell

In 1943, inspired by President Franklin Roosevelt’s address to Congress, Rockwell painted the Four Freedoms paintings. They were reproduced in four consecutive issues of The Saturday Evening Post with essays by contemporary writers. Rockwell’s interpretations of Freedom of Speech, Freedom to Worship, Freedom from Want, and Freedom from Fear proved to be enormously popular. The works toured the United States in an exhibition that was jointly sponsored by the Post and the U.S. Treasury Department and, through the sale of war bonds, raised more than $130 million for the war effort.

Although the Four Freedoms series was a great success, 1943 also brought Rockwell an enormous loss. A fire destroyed his Arlington studio as well as numerous paintings and his collection of historical costumes and props. In 1953, the Rockwell family moved from Arlington, Vermont, to Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Six years later, Mary Barstow Rockwell died unexpectedly. In collaboration with his son Thomas, Rockwell published his autobiography, My Adventures as an Illustrator, in 1960. The Saturday Evening Post carried excerpts from the best-selling book in eight consecutive issues, with Rockwell’s Triple Self-Portrait on the cover of the first. In 1961, Rockwell married Molly Punderson, a retired teacher. Two years later, he ended his 47year association with The Saturday Evening Post and began to work for Look magazine. During his 10-year association with Look, Rockwell painted pictures illustrating some of his deepest concerns and interests, including civil rights, America’s war on poverty, and the exploration of space. continued on pg. 62

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In 1973, Rockwell established a trust to preserve his artistic legacy by placing his works in the custodianship of the Old Corner House Stockbridge Historical Society, later to become Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge. The trust now forms the core of the Museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s permanent collections. In 1976, in failing health, Rockwell became concerned about the future of his studio. He arranged to have his studio and its contents added to the trust. In 1977, Rockwell received the nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s highest civilFreedom of Speech, 1943, Norman Rockwell

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ian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom. He died peacefully at his home in Stockbridge on November 8, 1978, at the age of 84. In 2008, Rockwell was named the official state artist of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, thanks to a dedicated effort from students in Berkshire County, where Rockwell lived for the last 25 years of his life www.nrm.org


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After a long residence in Maui, this acclaimed artist has returned to Laguna Beach. By appointment only, visitors may view the original artworks of Gregory Goyo Lincoln. Gregory’s artwork is of figurative pieces and land/seascapes. In a style uniquely his own, his figurative works are primitivism at its bravest, most pure, essential best, and usually based on important literary themes. His outdoor scenes are painted locally onsite, on uniquely shaped canvases. He is also a photographer. Please call first for studio hours and appointments.

949/494-1455 949/274-2154 goyo@mac.com

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Pacific Edge Gallery 540 S. Coast Hwy, #112, Laguna Beach, CA 92651 (In The Collection Building)

Now celebrating 31 years of showcasing some of the finest Laguna Beach artists, including: modern impressionist Maria Bertran, the"lightscapes" of Tom Swimm, master of plein air painters Jacobus Baas and Bryan Mark Taylor, contemporary expressionist Sandra Jones Campbell, and the contemporary abstract paintings of Nancy Eckels and Linda Whittemore. Pacific Edge is also the exclusive West Coast gallery for John Lennon's artwork. Open daily. 949/494-0491 www.pacificedgegallery.com See page 21

Adrienne Fayne SCULPTURE

“Don’t be Koi” 28” h x 25”w x 24”d Bronze

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1294 S. Pacific Coast Hwy., Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Artist Eye Gallery features a diverse collection of artwork by 17 Southern California artists, who provide an eclectic perspective through their exceptional talents and widespread experiences. The gallery exhibits a rich mixture of fine art mediums in Paintings, Sculpture and Photography. Open Sunday - Thursday, 12:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.. Friday & Saturday, 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

949/497-5898 www.artisteyelagunagallery.com

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LCAD GALLERY ENTERTAINMENT DESIGN: THE ART OF LUC DESMARCHELIER February 7–28, 2019 Reception: Thursday, February 7th, 6-9PM ANIMATION EXHIBITION March 7–28, 2019 Reception: Thursday, March 7th, 6-9PM GAME ART EXHIBITION April 4–25, 2019 Reception: Thursday, April 4, 2019, 6-9PM LCAD Gallery 374 Ocean Ave., Laguna Beach, CA 92651 ADMISSION IS ALWAYS FREE Gallery Hours: 11AM – 4PM, Wednesday through Sunday Closed Monday and Tuesday LAGUNA COLLEGE OF ART + DESIGN LCAD.EDU

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Bistango Gallery Restaurant 19100 Von Karman Ave., Irvine, CA 92715

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CALIFORNIA The best of both, restaurant and art gallery, Bistango presents the art of fine dining within the ambience of a fine art gallery. A unique blend of imaginative cuisine, beautiful art and stunning architecture, in an atmosphere of casual elegance. California Cuisine with distinctly European flair. Live entertainment nightly.

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Ti Amo by il Barone 31727 S. Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651 LAGuNA BEACH

SEAFOOD/ITALIAN Award winning and critically acclaimed chef, Franco Barone and his wife Donatella have taken over this south Laguna landmark bringing with them much of the famed il Barone Ristorante (Newport) menu items, including Facci ri Veccia (thin chees pizza with prosciutto and truffle oil). Ocean views await dinner guests Tuesday through Sunday. Catering and banquet rooms available 949/499-5350 www.tiamolaguna.com see page 71

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Royal Thai Cuisine 1750 S. Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651 LAGuNA BEACH

ITALIAN The best of Italy. Chef Mark Garduno’s unique pasta, seafood, casserole and chicken recipes satisfy the most discerning palate. Nightly specials, an extensive wine list and a warm, cozy atmosphere combine to make dining at Garduno’s a memorable experience. Pasta made fresh daily. Dine in, take out and catering.

THAI A 9-year gold-award winner from the So. Cal. Restaurant Writers Assn., this exciting Thai restaurant specializes in exotic, traditionally prepared Thai dishes with fresh seafoods, chicken, beef and vegetables. Lunch, dinner, Sun. brunch, classes. Second location: 4001 W. Coast Hwy, Newport Beach, 714/645-8424.

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VEGETARIAN Mother's Kitchen features a unique vegetarian menu with delicious choices for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Fresh Juice Bar offers local and organic produce to compliment your meal. Hot, Hip & Healthy! Fan favorites include the Acai Bowl, California Club & Ma's Stir-fry. Voted Best Vegetarian Restaurant by OC Register Readers.

CARIBBEAN/SEAFOOD/WEST INDIES Sip Eva's West Indies knockout rum punch, refreshing Cuban mojitos, cucumber vodka kooler and house pomegranate martini. Exotic cuisine: conch fritters, jerk chicken, curry prawns, bbq salmon, and Louisiana catfish. Dinner: Tues - Sun from 5pm.

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JOYFUL Truly one-of-a-kind. This 100-year-old cottage, nestled on California’s oldest street, features contemporary American dishes prepared by the owner/artist, who lives in the house. Shaded by fruit trees, surrounded by gardens, this award-winning place is a true slice of true inspiration, with hideaway feel. Tues - Sun., 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

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CALIFORNIA One of the very best places for great casual dinner has relocated to the former Jack Schrimp location on West Pacific Coast Highway in Newport Beach. Sol Grill offers the right attitude, the best vibe and a slection of seafood, beef and pastas dishes to die for. Try the near-famous meatballs or Jambalaya. Feast on Cajun swordfish or just drop in for a sangria. Good times always at Sol. 949/723-4105 www.solgrill.com see page 66

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CALIFORNIA/MEDITERRANEAN Xanadu was established in 1985 in the beautiful city of Santa Barbara, California and now sits at the heart of beautiful Newport Beach. Xanadu has been recognized for its excellent customer service, high quality, organic, natural based, cage free products and peaceful ambiance. Xanadu offers the highest quality coffee, baked goods, and entrees. 949/873-5101 www.xanaducafehb.com see above

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The Hilbert Museum of California Art at Chapman University, which opened in 2016, was established thanks to the generosity of Mark and Janet Hilbert, whose superlative collection focuses on the California Scene painting movement of the mid-20th century. The museum also encompasses animation and movie production art, works by noted American illustrators, and rotating exhibitions by guest curators. 714/516-5880 www.hilbertmuseum.com

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Muckenthaler Cultural Center 1201 W. Malvern Ave., Fullerton, CA 92833

Our mission is to provide our community experiences that stimulate creativity and imagination, and to conserve the heritage of The Muckenthaler Estate. The Muckenthaler Cultural Center provides extraordinary gallery exhibits, performances and stimulating educational programs to Orange County's diverse communities and beyond. The historic mansion and outdoor amphitheatre provide spectacular settings for weddings, receptions, and corporate events. Gallery Hours Wed. - Sun. 12 - 4. Additional Thursday Hours 5 - 9. See the Local Arts Calendar, pgs. 26 - 30, for show information.

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The Bowers Museum 2002 N. Main Street (at 20th St.), Santa Ana, CA 92706

The Bowers is a world-class, internationally-celebrated museum dedicated to the preservation, study and exhibition of fine arts from around the world. The museum has organized some of the biggest exhibits in the area, and is the first, outside England, to sign an exclusive agreement with The British Museum to showcase its collections. The Bowers features 4 permanent exhibits (Pre-Columbian, California Impressionist Paintings, Native America, California History), as well as lectures, films, concerts, festivals, stores and a restaurant, all set in the historic courtyard. Open daily except Mon., 10 - 4. Please see the Local Arts Calendar, pgs. 26 - 30, for show information. 714/567-3600 www.bowers.org See page 22

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Founded in 1992 by visionary & philanthropist Joan Irvine Smith, The Irvine Museum is dedicated to the preservation and display of Early California paintings, 1890-1930. On view, “Upon a Painted Ocean: an Ode to the California Coast” (11/10 - 3/30/19). Open Tues - Sat, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Docent tours available. Free admission, validated parking. Guy Rose “Pt. Lobos” left.

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Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) 1661 W. Sunflower in South Coast Plaza Village, Santa Ana, CA 92704

OCMA recently unveiled the design for the museum’s new building at Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa, CA, created by Morphosis, the global architecture and design firm led by Pritzker Prize-winner Thom Mayne. Expanding on the museum’s legacy of community enrichment and presentation of modern and contemporary art from artists rooted in Southern California and the Pacific Rim, OCMA’s new home will be defined by an open and engaging urban presence within Orange County’s largest center for arts and culture. Groundbreaking for the new building will take place in 2019, with a projected opening in 2021. Cureent exhibitions are now presented at a gallery space in South Coast Plaza Village. Newport Beach: 949/759-1122 www.ocmaexpand.org

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Laguna Art Museum (LAM) 307 Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Laguna Art Museum is a museum of American art with a special focus on the art of California. Its purpose is to provide the public with exposure to art and to promote an understanding of the role of art and artists in American culture, through collection, conservation, exhibition, research, scholarship and education. Working within the tradition of the oldest cultural institution in Orange County, the Museum documents regional art and places it in a national context. LAM maintains its historic ties to the community and is responsive, accessible and relevant to the area's diverse population. Open Mon., Tues., Fri., Sat., 11 - 5. Thurs., 11 - 9. Closed Wed. Please see the Local Arts Calendar, pgs. 26 - 30, visit the website, or call direct for information. 949/494-8971 www.lagunaartmuseum.org

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Founded November 1, 1776 by Padre Junipero Serra, Mission San Juan Capistrano is the best known and most romantic of the 21 historic California missions. The "Jewel of the Missions" occupies a 10-acre site, including stately ruins of the great stone church, which was destroyed by an earthquake in 1812, and Serra Chapel, the oldest building in California. Visitors may also enjoy the mission’s colorful gardens, many museum rooms, bookstore and gift shop. New digital audio tour free with admission. Open daily, 8:30 to 5:00. Please see the Local Arts Calendar, pgs. 18 - 22, or call direct for event and show information.

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Theaters Balboa Performing Arts Theater, 707 E. Balboa Blvd., Newport Beach .....................................................949/673-0895 Camino Real Playhouse, 31776 El Camino Real, San Juan Capistrano....................................................949/489-8082 Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, 12700 Center Court Drive, Cerritos .............................................562/916-8500 Chance Theater, 5552 E. La Palma, Anaheim Hills ....................................................................................714/777-3033 Coach House, 33157 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano ...............................................................949/496-8930 Costa Mesa Civic Playhouse, 661 Hamilton, Costa Mesa ..........................................................................949/650-5269 Curtis Theater, One Civic Center Circle, Brea ............................................................................................714/990-7722 Festival Forum Theatre, 650 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach..........................................................949/851-9930 Fullerton Civic Light Opera, 218 W. Commonwealth, Fullerton ..................................................................714/879-1732 Fullerton College Theater & Gallery, 321 E. Chapman, Fullerton...............................................................714/992-7294 Galaxy Theater, 3503 S. Harbor Blvd., Santa Ana......................................................................................714/957-0600 Golden West College Theater & Gallery, 15744 Golden West, Huntington ...............................................714/895-8772 Grove Theater, 2200 E. Katella, Anaheim...................................................................................................714/712-2700 Honda Center (formerly Arrowhead Pond), 2695 E. Katella Ave., Anaheim ...............................................714/704-2500 House of Blues, 1530 S. Disneyland Drive, Anaheim .................................................................................714/778-2583 Huntington Beach Playhouse, 7111 Talbert Ave., Huntington Beach..........................................................714/375-0696 Irvine Barclay Theatre (IBT), 4242 Campus Dr., (at UCI), Irvine ................................................................949/854-4646 Irvine Community Theater, 1 Sunnyhill Dr., Irvine.......................................................................................949/559-6797 Laguna Beach Artists’ Theatre, 625 Park Ave., Laguna Beach ..................................................................949/497-7750 Laguna Playhouse, 606 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach .................................................................949/497-2787 Newport Theatre Arts Center, 2501 Cliff Dr., Newport Beach .....................................................................949/631-0288 Orange Coast College Gallery/Robert B. Moore Theater, 2701 Fairview, Costa Mesa................................714/432-5880 Orange Curtain Theater, 31776 El Camino Real, San Juan Capistrano.....................................................949/412-3252 Pacific Amphitheatre, 1000 Fair Drive, O.C. Fairgrounds, Costa Mesa ......................................................714/708-1870 Pageant of the Masters, Irvine Bowl Park, 650 Laguna Cyn. Rd., Laguna Beach......................................949/497-6582 San Clemente Community Theatre, 202 Avenida Cabrillo, San Clemente.................................................949/492-0465 Santa Ana College Theatre Arts, 1530 W. 17th St., Santa Ana ..................................................................714/564-5661 Segerstrom Center for the Arts, 600 Town Center Dr., Costa Mesa..........................................................714/556-ARTS Shakespeare/Walterman Theatre, 333 N. Glassell (Chapman University), Orange ...................................714/744-7016 South Coast Repertory (SCR), 655 Town Center Dr., Costa Mesa ............................................................714/708-5555 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, 8808 Irvine Center Drive, Irvine ...............................................................949/855-8095

Musical/Theatrical Companies Ballet Pacifica .............................................................................................................................................949/851-9930 Mozart Classical Orchestra .........................................................................................................................949/830-2950 Newport Beach Film Festival ......................................................................................................................949/253-2880 Orange County Light Opera Company .......................................................................................................714/444-2288 Pacific Chorale............................................................................................................................................714/662-2345 Pacific Symphony Orchestra.......................................................................................................................714/755-5788 Philharmonic Society of Orange County .....................................................................................................949/553-2422

More Cultural Venues Art-A-Fair Festival, 777 Laguna Cyn. Rd., Laguna Beach..........................................................................949/494-4514 Artists Village, 2nd St. & Broadway, Santa Ana ..........................................................................................714/647-6563 B.C. Space Photography Gallery, 235 Forest Ave., Laguna Beach ............................................................949/497-1880 Beall Center for Art and Technology, 4242 Campus Dr., (at UCI), Irvine ....................................................949/824-6206 Bowers Kidseum, 1802 N. Main, Santa Ana ...............................................................................................714/480-1520 Casa Romantica Cultural Center & Gardens, San Clemente .....................................................................949/498-2139 Centennial Heritage Museum, 3101 W. Harvard, Santa Ana......................................................................714/540-0404 City of Brea Gallery, One Civic Center Circle, Brea ....................................................................................714/990-7730 Coastline Community College Art Gallery,1515 Monrovia Ave, Newport Beach.........................................714/241-6213 CSU Fullerton Art Gallery, 800 N. State College, Fullerton.........................................................................714/773-3262 Diego Sepulveda Adobe, 1900 W. Adams, Costa Mesa.............................................................................714/631-5918 Discovery Science Center, 2500 N. Main, Santa Ana.................................................................................714/542-2823 Festival of Arts/Pageant of the Masters, 650 Laguna Cyn. Rd., Laguna Beach .........................................949/497-6582 Fullerton Museum Center, 301 N. Pomona Ave., Fullerton.........................................................................714/738-6545 Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman University, 333 N. Glassell, Orange .........................................................714/997-6729 Heritage Hill Historical Park, 25151 Serrano Road, Lake Forest ................................................................949/923-2230 Heritage of San Clemente, 415 N. El Camino Real, San Clemente ...........................................................949/369-1299 Huntington Beach Art Center, 538 Main St., Huntington Beach..................................................................714/374-1650 International Printing Museum, 8469 Kass Drive, Buena Park ...................................................................714/523-2070 International Surf Museum, 411 Olive Ave., Huntington Beach ..................................................................714/960-3483 Irvine Fine Arts Center, Heritage Park, 14321 Yale Ave., Irvine..................................................................949/724-6880 Irvine Historical Museum, 5 San Joaquin, Irvine .........................................................................................949/786-4112 John Wayne Airport Vi Smith Concourse Gallery, 18601 Airport Way, Santa Ana......................................949/252-5124 Laguna College of Art & Design, 2222 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna......................................................949/376-6000 La Habra Children’s Museum, 301 S. Euclid, La Habra .............................................................................562/905-9698 Los Rios Historic District, Del Obispo & Los Rios, San Juan Capistrano ...................................................949/493-4700 Marconi Automotive Museum, 1302 Industrial Drive, Tustin .......................................................................714/258-3001 Mexican American Museum of Art, 600 S. Grand Ave., Santa Ana ............................................................714/541-3070 MUZEO, 241 S. Anaheim Blvd., Anaheim...................................................................................................714/956-8936 Newland House Museum, 19820 Beach Blvd., Huntington Beach .............................................................714/962-5777 Newport Beach Central/Public Library, 1000 Avocado, Newport Beach .....................................................949/717-3800 Newport Beach City Hall Gallery, 3300 Newport Blvd., Newport Beach .....................................................949/717-3870 Newport Harbor Nautical Museum, 151 E. Coast Hwy., Newport Beach....................................................949/673-7863 O.C. Center for Contemporary Art (OCCCA), 117 N. Sycamore, Santa Ana..............................................714/667-1517 O.C. Natural History Museum, 28373 Alicia Parkway, Laguna Niguel........................................................949/831-3287 Old Courthouse Museum, 211 W. Santa Ana Blvd., Santa Ana..................................................................714/834-3703 O’Neill Museum, 31831 Los Rios, San Juan Capistrano ............................................................................949/493-8444 Santora Building of the Arts, 207 N. Broadway, Santa Ana ........................................................................949/673-0500 Sawdust Art Festival, 935 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach ..............................................................949/494-3030 Sherman Library & Gardens, 2647 E. Coast Hwy., Corona Del Mar ..........................................................949/673-2261 Soka University, 1 University Drive, Aliso Viejo...........................................................................................949/480-4081

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LOCALNEWS NOTES side and Through the Looking Glass presents an overview of work that Moses produced over the last five years of his life. The work is ambitious and adventurous, and is marked by the artist’s spontaneity and expansive visual vocabulary. www.williamturnergallery.com

PHOTO LA, 1/31 - 2/3, will be in a new home in the historic Barker Hangar this year. The longest running international photographic art fair on the West Coast, PHOTO LA has been in operation for nearly three decades. A collaborative platform that links the international photography community; World-class artists / photographers, galleries, dealers, & publishers alike. www.photola.com Ed Moses; Through the Looking Glass at William Turner Gallery 1/26 - 3/30

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The New Year of Art Blasts Off Throughout Los Angeles To start 2019, it’s all about LA ART WEEK with a multitude of spin-off events extending into the month of February! FIGURINE BY HALEH MASHIAN, at Mash Gallery, a show comprised mostly of thematic large scale paintings, is curated by Helene Brown of Fresh Paint Art Advisors. Opening, 1/19, 6 to 9 pm (through 3/2) mashgallery.com Mash Gallery hosts painter, Haleh Mashian in Figurine by Haleh Mashian, 1/19 -3/2

LA ART SHOW - 1/23 - 1/27. The show that started it all - The West Coast’s largest art fair returns for the 24th year with an even greater focus on International programing. Los Angeles has emerged and the global epicenter of art & culture, With a distinct , interwoven multicultural influence unique to the city. The downtown Convention Center will host nearly 20,000 square feet of works from around the world, adding even more to L.A.’s importance. www.laartshow.com LA / MIAMI ART SHOW at AC Gallery, 1/26 - 2/9. Rising contemporary artists living on the cultural coasts will converge in Hollywood to give an eclectic glance into the art of today. In conjunction with ARTSY. www.lamiamiart.com ED MOSES: Through the Looking Glass, 1/26, 6-9pm (through 3/30) at the William Turner Gallery. It’s been a year since Ed Moses passed to the other

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CRAFT REVOLUTION - 2/2 3/23 at OCCCA in Santa Ana. Juror: Staci Steinberger, Associate Curator, Decorative Arts and Design, LACMA. CRAFT REVOLUTION will feature works with the unity of inspiration and skill philosophers call “craft” in drawing, painting, collage, sculpture, ceramics, weaving, architectural plans and maquettes, interior design, furniture design, fashion design, photography, video, installation art, and objects d’art in all mediums, including wood, metal, stone, clay, paper, textiles and glass. www.occca.org ART LOS ANGELES CONTEMPORARY - 2/13 2/17. at the Barker Hanger in Santa Monica. The 10th edition of the fair will feature top established and emerging galleries from around the world, with a strong focus on Los Angeles galleries. artlosangelesfair.com AC Gallery presents the second annual ART IN LA AFFAIR 2019 in partnership with ARTSY, 2/13 - 17. Showcasing over 60 artists working in contemporary fine art in 4,000 sq. ft. of gallery space in all media types. www.artinla.us


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