Janet Blake, the museum’s curator of historical art and co-curator of Art Colony: The Laguna Beach Art Association, 1919-1935, discusses the early Laguna Beach art colony.
Art associations were a phenomenon of the late nineteenth-century, both on the East and West Coasts. But no two art associations were alike. The Laguna Beach Art Association was a pioneering organization, whose inception helped determine the fortunes of the Laguna Beach art colony and its artists.
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