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Art Galleries


7° [seven-degrees]
891 Laguna Canyon Rd.
Laguna Beach, California
Phone: 949.376.1555

Seven Degrees is one of Southern California’s most unique venues for concerts and events. Described as “an idea lab that offers artists, organizations, and the public an exciting location in which to experience the arts in all forms and media.” Located in the gorgeous Laguna Canyon in Laguna Beach California, this 25,000 square feet facility offers the perfect backdrop for everything from cozy cocktail parties to large parties and wedding receptions. This Laguna Beach icon is offers a work/live studio for artists to practice their craft. Their mission is “to promote a self-funding, dynamic environment for artistic expression, invention, exhibition, special events and activities with a focus on multimedia arts.” A rotating art exhibit keeps the area hip and fresh, and sports an eclectic collection of artistic styles.


540 S. Coast Hwy. Ste. 106
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
949.494.0900 Gallery

AVRAN Art + Design specializes in collecting one-of-a-kind and breathtaking glass works of art from all around the world. Renowned artists bring their work to this Laguna Beach gallery, and each collection features museum-quality pieces with an emphasis on Eastern Europe’s rich legacy of artistic excellence. The gallery provides a great spot for special events like private art gatherings, charity fundraisers, and colorful receptions.


220 Forest Avenue
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
949.376.4244 / 949.376.8992 Fax

Azali features a collection of artists from around the globe whose passionate spirit is expressed in their work. From far away places such as Russia, South Africa, Europe, and also the United States; their work will fascinate and touch you. The artist’s styles range from impressionism to contemporary and include a variety of mediums. Located in the heart of Laguna Beach, right across from the amazing Pacific Ocean.


301 Forest Ave.
Laguna Beach, California

Located in the Village Business Center in Laguna Beach , the Coffin Fulton Upstairs Gallery features pieces from well-known plein air artists. Lesanne Pellé Coffin and A. Jane Fulton showcase their works of art, which range from sceneries to landmarks to portraits. The art is always changing at this unique and intimate gallery.




210 Forest Ave.
Laguna Beach, California

Downtown Laguna Beach is home to the Fingerhut Gallery. Marie Cavell is the gallery’s director and the the staff has over 60 years of experience in the realm of fine art selection. Their service is world class and they take joy in helping clients cultivate their own art collections. They feature one-of-a-kind paintings and sculptures crafted by world class artists from around the globe.


214 South Coast Hwy.
Laguna Beach, California

This unique Laguna Beach shop specializes in high quality Italian and Greek Majolica in renaissance and contemporary designs with numerous one-of-a-kind pieces. Fiori Italian Ceramics is a direct importer of hand painted ceramics, including statues, masks, fountains, dinnerware, and decorative accessories. Their collection of Majolica is massive. They have pieces ranging from reproductions of famous works all the way to museum quality items that have been hand painted by master artisans and decorated with traditional motifs and modern designs.




326 N. Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, California

This Laguna Beach art gallery opened it’s doors in 2008, and has made a reputation of showcasing colorful and unique collections. Curated by JoAnne Artman who has assembled a collection of artists who share a common passion for artist’s individual voice and dedication to mastering their craft. Each artist is an award winner in their respective mediums, and their pieces have been displayed throughout Laguna Beach and the world.


1550 S. Coast Hwy., Ste. 103
Laguna Beach, California

The Joseph Wise Gallery in Laguna Beach rests less than a hundred feet from the Pacific Ocean and the Surf & Sand Resort. Established in 2001, the Joseph Wise Gallery specializes in contemporary art for large scale corporate installations as well as for homes. Their serpentine sculptures are perfectly suited for display indoors or outdoors in any climate, but are a perfect fit for the gorgeous Laguna Beach weather.

Laguna Beach, California

Working primarily in acrylics and mixed media collage, in subject matter ranging from mythology to philosophical quandaries of the modern age, Kate Buckley’s dreamlike images create worlds all their own. Buckley’s paintings are in private collections in Florida, Kentucky, New York and California, and have been featured in publications such as The Adirondack Review and New Southerner. Her work is available for purchase; she is currently accepting commissions.



305-D North Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, California

For the past 41 years, Len Woods Indian Territory has been located in the seaside resort community of Laguna Beach. It has one of the nation’s largest collections of antique Indian art, but its specialty lies in Navajo rugs, blankets and artwork. The museum and gallery has over 6000 American Indian items on its online catalog and many more can be found inside the Laguna Beach location. Free appraisals are also offered for your collectible Indian art pieces.



326 Glenneyre St.
Laguna Beach, California

Originally established in 1993, Dawson Cole Fine Art specializes in Contemporary and Modern sculpture, drawings, prints, and unique works on paper by American and European Masters. With a special concentration in Contemporary, Early Modern and West Coast Regionalism, the gallery offers works by Chuck Close, Wayne Thiebaud, Donald Sultan, Richard MacDonald, Jian Wang, Zhaoming Wu, James Galindo, Nancy Bush and Jim Lamb.


372 North Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, California

Established in 1988, Lu Martin Galleries is nestled in the heart of Historic Gallery Row in North Laguna. Originally a cottage home and converted to an art gallery over 50 years ago, Lu Martin Galleries maintains the tradition of the galleries preceding it, showing quality, original paintings in a warm and friendly environment. Featuring primarily traditional or representational works, the walls are now shared by some contemporary and abstract paintings as well, offering a unique art experience for collectors of varying tastes.


354 North Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, California

Marion Meyer Contemporary Art has proffered contemporary art to locals and tourists alike from the same location in North Laguna’s Gallery Row since 1998. Group shows are popular with this gallery, and Marion Meyer represents over 30 individual artists. The collection of artwork available is burgeoning. Owner/operator, Marion Meyer, has over 20 years of experience in the art world. She has also been directly involved in First Thursdays Artwalk since its inception. Opening receptions are held when new exhibits are unveiled.


540 South Coast Hwy., # 112
Laguna Beach, California

Pacific Edge Gallery features the finest painters in Southern California. Beginning with contemporary impressionist Maria Bertran, the gallery over the past 25 years has added enhanced realist painter of “Lightscapes” Tom Swimm, the unique neo–expressionists Sandra Jones Campbell and Brenda K. Bredvik, and our newest artists Jacobus Baas and Bryan Mark Taylor. Each is acknowledged by collectors and artists alike as a master of their unique styles, and their paintings can be found in prestigious collections throughout the world.


228 Forest Avenue
Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Pacific Gallery showcases handmade works of art. Pieces by artists from Laguna Beach and around the country are on display; many of the items are made exclusively for Pacific Gallery.? The gallery features a number of pieces “for your artful life,” such as birdhouses, guitars and vases. The gallery is known for its collection of collectible Poupee Dolls.


374 North Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, California

The Quorum Art Gallery is located in historic Gallery Row – North Laguna and has been part of the Laguna Beach art scene since opening its doors in 1963, making it the longest established member-owned gallery in Laguna Beach.


384-A North Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, California

Sandstone Gallery features work by resident artists. These artists as a whole see the world in a way that makes you look again at the work. Digital and hand-worked methods are used to convey a tension between the impersonal and the soulful. Oils, acrylics, monotypes, sculpture and other creative media allow for movement and expression that goes beyond most post-modern interpretation. Marge Chapman is the founding artist of Sandstone Gallery and she is joined by nine other contemporary artists.


305 North Coast Highway, Ste O
Laguna Beach, California

Schaar Art Studio is the working studio of Robert Schaar, a long-time Laguna Beach and highly regarded portrait painter who has work in the Smithsonian, the Kentucky Derby Museum, the Pentagon, as well as museums aboard. His gallery exhibited and sold work by well-known artists who specialized in oil painting, acrylics, watercolors, and sculpture. It also offered limited-edition giclees and prints for sale.


460 South Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, California 92651

Swenson Fine Art Gallery is a contemporary art gallery located in the heart of Laguna Beach. It rests on S. Coast Highway, across from the beach. The collection features works from artists around the world. The gallery includes everything from abstract to realism. A large sculpture exhibit includes studio glass and ceramics, bronze and metal.


502 South Coast Hwy.
Laguna Beach, California

For over 37 years the Village Gallery has introduced clients to the joys of collecting art. In addition to the cultivation of thousands of collectors, the company has launched the careers of such popular artists as; Thomas Kinkade, Fabio Napoleoni, Michael Godard, Fabian Perez, Cao Yong, Sam Park, Steve Barton, Steven Quartly, and many other fine artists. They are service oriented and offer high quality, outstanding value and service. Their senior sales consultants have been with the company for many years adding knowledge and experience to assist our collectors. They aspire to maintain our reputation as a visionary art company.


305 Forest Avenue
Laguna Beach, California

The paintings of Marc Whitney capture the private, visual experiences that define our daily lives and validate moments that matter; a morning cup of coffee, the rumpled sheets across a bed, a simple vase of flowers on a table. Marc considers his paintings poetic. Whitney was born to pursue the tradition of painting and began his formal art education at age 14 when he received a summer scholarship to what is now the Laguna College of Art & Design, Laguna Beach. Inspired by both the integrity and emotion inherent in realism, he went on to invest a decade in intensive classical training at the prestigious Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia.


509 South Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, California

Laguna Beach marine life artist Wyland changed the way people think about our environment when he started painting life-size whales on the sides of buildings in the 1980s. Today, the Wyland name has become synonymous with a new generation of awareness about environmental conservation. Through his unique marine life paintings, sculptures, and photography, Wyland has inspired a generation about the importance of marine life conservation. His life – like his art – can find him anywhere around the world, at any time, from the Antarctic ice shelf on a photo expedition to document climate change to a grassroots journey down the Mississippi River on a mission of conservation.

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