Your Library :: Art Exhibitions
October 2, 2018 - January 5, 2019
The La Jolla Library is pleased to announce “Earth Abstractions”, a photographic exhibition featuring the works of five Southern California photographers; Tom Lamb, Adam Huntington, Lisa Ross, Alexander Kuntz, and Sally Bucko.
The show includes artistic images of aerial photography and abstractions of the earth as well as stunning landscapes.
The public is invited to an Artists Reception on Sunday, October 14 from 2 – 4PM in the gallery.
Hidden La Jolla
Hidden La Jolla features the secluded scenes and tucked away places found in La Jolla.
Artwork in this show offers imagery from our village’s history as well as current scenes. Secret locations, daily life, interiors and courtyards, sea life and unusual viewpoints are revealed in our library gallery setting.
During the summer months, this is a creative and engaging glimpse of our village by the sea.
The Secret Garden Artists
Featuring the works of the artisits who participated in the Secret Garden Tour with the La Jolla Historical Society. On exhibit through June 28, 2018.
The Colors of Spring
March 11 - May 21, 2018
Featuring Contemporary paintings by artists Erin Hanson, Lyn Hiner, and Anne Swan Moore.
Raul Anguiano Exhibition- The last Icon of the Mexican Mural School of Painting
An exhibit of signed lithographs and other media made by Raul Anguiano will be on display during the month of February at the La Jolla/Riford Library. Anguiano was an important internationally recognized painter whose style is quintessentially Mexican. The exhibit at the La Jolla Library, which officially opens on Sunday February 4th, from 2-4pm, is described as a legacy collection donated to Tijuana by the artist, who visited Tijuana many times in the last three decades of his life to lecture and hold workshops.
It is Tijuana's first permanent art collection featuring the last icon of the Mexican Muralist School of painting. He is famous for painting indigenous peoples and depicting the merge of Indigenous and Spanish cultures. The exhibit also celebrates the close ties between San Diego and Tijuana and the cultural richness of the border mega-region.
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