By Nicole Cormier
The great state of California lays claim to a rich history of both art and culture that deserves celebration. Laguna Art Museum in Laguna Beach is dedicated to the art of California, past, present and future, and of all styles and genres. With a very large and diverse permanent collection featuring many local artists and a good number of rotating exhibitions, Laguna Art Museum’s diverse offerings are worth numerous visits.
Current, future and past exhibitions include displays such as Faux Real, a focus on recreating reality with a twist; Adam Silverman Clay and Space, an exhibition of the renowned potter’s works; and an expose of Allison Schulnik, who creates surreal clay animations.
Consider taking either an audio or docent-guided tour to truly learn the stories for the individual pieces. Schedule your tour in advance to ensure your preferred time slot.
When planning your visit to Laguna Art Museum, allot enough time to visit the Laguna Beach downtown area as well. Consider staying at the Inn at Laguna Beach for a beach view and top-notch amenities.
No matter where you’re traveling from, even if it’s just up the 5, a trip to Laguna Beach is well worth it. When visiting the Laguna Art Museum, plan ahead for parking, as it can be hit or miss in the area and there is no dedicated lot.
Be sure to take the scenic drive in a vehicle that will provide the comfort and performance to ensure a great trip. A 2013 CL550 Coupe from Mercedes-Benz of Encino will give you all you need to enjoy a fun filled day at Laguna Art Museum.
Nicole Cormier has a large and diverse family that lives all over the country, and has had the opportunity to see every state in the union while visiting them. As a freelance writer and editor she has the freedom to experience the world and partake in her beloved passions all while writing about it.
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