Tony DeLap: A Retrospective
DeLap has been making art for more than seventy of his ninety years, and for the bulk of those seven decades has been making art that reflects mature and complex thought.
The week ahead at SoCal museums: ‘Art Colony …
Centennial celebration features more than 60 paintings by acclaimed as well as lesser-known 20th-century artists.
Signs Point the Way to Town’s History
Six Laguna Beach streets named after some of its early artists will soon be marked with signs distinctive from any other in town.
Laguna Art Museum opens special exhibition of pain …
The special installation of the museum’s holdings in the work of this innovative German-born artist and filmmaker.
Tony DeLap’s Art Ages Well in California Ret …
Tony DeLap is a Southern California-based artist who was a key figure in West Coast minimalism and Op Art of the 1960s and ’70s.
Longtime O.C. artist Tony DeLap offers insight int …
One of Orange County’s most prolific and well-known artists played a direct role in his retrospective, currently on view at Laguna Art Museum through May 28.
Tony DeLap at the Laguna Art Museum
The LAM exhibition illustrates how the artist’s sleight of hand became increasingly complicated over his career, until he finally abandoned the magician’s panache in order to lay bare the power of object, surface, and space.
Art History in Laguna Beach
In the early 1900s, steps from Main Beach in Laguna Beach, California, a group of artists first banded together to create an environment in which they could collaborate and, more importantly, show and sell their work.
Laguna Art Museum
Laguna Beach’s deep connection with the arts goes back in 1918, when 150 local creative residents started the Laguna Beach Art Association (the city’s population was only 300 then). That association went on to launch what’s now the Laguna Art Museum.
‘Tony DeLap: A Retrospective’ Is a Magical …
Viewing Laguna Art Museum’s “Tony DeLap: A Retrospective” is like being in the audience of a magic act.
Tony DeLap at Laguna Art Museum
Most artists have a consuming interest that parallels their work in the studio, work that can be isolating and challenging. Cooking, music, architecture and surfing all come to mind. Tony DeLap has long been fascinated by magic.
Film Documents Museum and Town’s Coming of Age
A century after playing a foundational role in the formation of cultural and civic institutions in Laguna Beach, Anna Hills also plays the lead in the debut film “Laguna Art Museum 100 Years of Artistic Legacy.”
Laguna Art Museum’s centennial honors artist Ton …
As a young boy growing up in the Bay Area, artist Tony DeLap loved to paint and draw. He enjoyed working with his hands, crafting model airplanes, boats and buildings. And he reveled in the world of magic.
Tony DeLap: A Retrospective
Ninety-year-old Tony DeLap proves the adage that artists seldom retire. He also manifests the theory that the unquenchable creative urge surges up from within us, demanding to be expressed in a variety of artistic disciplines.
Laguna Art Museum: Where Residents and Visitors Ca …
Laguna Art Museum sets a good example with several free programs for members of the military, seniors, and students.
Tony DeLap’s Hybrids of Painting and Sculpture A …
Usually, the front of a painting is the part that counts most. It’s the field where a composition lives, color blooms, subject matter — figurative or abstract — unfolds, brushstrokes are elided or emphasized.
Exhibits That Inspire Conversation and Memorable D …
The Laguna Art Museum — Representing California’s Rich Cultural Past and Present With Exhibits That Inspire Conversation and Memorable Dates
Laguna Art Museum’s Centennial Bash
The 100-year-old Laguna Art Museum hosted its Centennial Bash—its first of several Centennial Celebrations to be held this year—on Saturday, January 27, from 8 PM to midnight.
Auction Recap: California Cool
The event gets high marks as an evening to remember, celebrating artists working in various mediums in California and just in time to ring in the museum’s centennial year.
10 Questions With … Malcolm Warner
Laguna Art Museum’s executive director offers a glimpse into some of his favorite things and reflects on the museum’s 100-year milestone.
Laguna Art Museum, one of the oldest in the state, …
A century ago, two local artists came together among the rolling hills and shoreline vistas of Laguna Beach to form a collective that would come to define much of the city’s artistic backbone.
The Small Star of a Big Show
The Laguna Beach Independent features the drawing that is the basis for the bear on the state flag, now on view Laguna Art Museum’s California Mexicana exhibition.
Do it for the Culture: Go Check Out ‘California …
Go Check Out ‘California Mexicana’ at Laguna Art Museum.” Locale magazine reviews Laguna Art Museum’s California Mexicana exhibition.
Art and Nature: That’s Laguna.
The Laguna Beach Indy considers Laguna Art Museum’s Art & Nature program and California Mexicana exhibition.
Laguna Art Museum hosts Art & Nature Family F …
The Orange County Register reports on Laguna Art Museum’s fifth annual Art & Nature festival.
Floating streetlight off Laguna’s Main Beach wil …
The Daily Pilot reports that the installation of Seascape is on hold for Art & Nature weekend.
Laguna Art Museum Unveils “Missions to Murals” …
The Laguna Beach Independent reviews Laguna Art Museum’s California Mexicana exhibition.
Movie House Mural Returns for a Museum Close-up
The Laguna Beach Independent reports on a recently restored mural panel painted by Edgar Payne on view in California…
Four Orange County Institutions Take Part in The G …
“Four Orange County Institutions Take Part in The Getty’s Second Pacific Standard Time.”
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