2024 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
NOTE:  ALL DATES BELOW ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND THE CONTROL OF THE ART ASSOCIATION.                                             

LWAA Annual

White Elephant Sale
March 9, 2024 @ 9:30am- 1:30pm

Our bus will depart from Gate 3 at 9:30 am promptly; please arrive early for check-in.

We’ll depart at 2 pm, giving us ample time to explore and to enjoy lunch at the excellent restaurant.

The cost for this trip is $40 for members, $45 for non-members. Reservation forms will be available in Clubhouse 4 Art Studio, Please return your check with the reservation and mail to: Leslie Bradshaw, 912-P Rondo Sevilla, Laguna Woods 92637


​Or you may register online at:
https://www.cognitoforms.com/ArtAssociation1/ArtAssociationBusTripApril112024

Questions? Contact Maria Faur, Trip Chair faurmaria@gmail.com

2024-2025 COMMUNITY CENTER ART EXHIBITION NOW OPEN! 


​Community Center hours Mon.-Fri. 8-5 Sat. & Sun. 12-5

Art Shows & Events

MARCH 2024 ____________________________________________________
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TUES 5        WATERCOLOR SHOW APPLICATIONS

SAT 9           ANNUAL WHITE ELEPHANT SALE 9-1:30 PM
TUES 12      WATERCOLOR SHOW INTAKE AND HANGING

Popular voting is open from Friday, February 2, through Friday, March 1,Voting is not limited only to LWAA members. One vote per person! Bring your friends, neighbors, and family!  Enjoy beautiful artwork located on the 1st and 3rd floors, as well as in the board room. ( If the board room is dark, ask the concierge to unlock the door so that you can enjoy the art.) Ballots can be obtained at the concierge desk. 
One vote only per person.   -     The winner will be announced on March 8th   
       

WATERCOLOR SHOW
Our next in-studio show is WATERCOLOR. Some questions were asked if a small amount of other media was allowed. This is the guidance: “15% or less of alternative media (including gouache, ink, graphite, pastel, etc.) will be allowed”. Registration forms are due Tuesday, March 5th .
Artwork in-take is Tuesday, March 12th, 3 pm – 5 pm.
The cost is $5.00, payable at in-take. Please have an exact change or a check.

John Paul Getty, as you might know, was an avid collector of very valuable fine art. Before he gave us the Getty Museum, he gave us the Getty Villa in Malibu, a reproduction of a wealthy landowner’s villa in ancient Herculaneum before it was destroyed by Vesuvius when Pompeii was also destroyed. It is a magnificent villa full of art, sculpture, gardens, and breathtaking landscaping overlooking the Pacific Ocean. But it’s not just ancient the second floor of the villa features art donated by international museums as well as art from Getty’s own vast collection. It’s a truly memorable experience. The renowned architect Frank Getty was the architect for this memorable villa. 

February 27th Artist Demo!  

Field Trip to Getty Villa,Malibu, April 11th, 2024

COME EARLY FOR THE BEST DEALS!
Oil Paints - Acrylic Paints - Canvases - Easels - Brushes - Pencils - Paper & More!
We are looking for donations of unused art items, fun outdated products (what is this??), and gently used and or slightly used, (whoops I bought the wrong item again!) merchandise. Art books are also welcome. Please NO glass (ran out of bandages) and NO large frames. (Nothing larger than 18" x 20") Please bring to the Art Studio as soon as possible and leave with supervisor.

Please find in your hearts to give any

item worth selling to support the

Scholarship fund!

Thank you!

- Bonnie and Christine