Artist William DeBilzan is inviting the public to celebrate the 27th anniversary of DeBilzan Gallery with an artist reception on Saturday, July 27. Image courtesy of DeBilzan Gallery
Artist William DeBilzan is inviting the public to celebrate the 27th anniversary of DeBilzan Gallery in Laguna Beach with a special artist reception on Saturday, July 27, from 6-9 p.m.
“It has been an incredible experience to be both gallery owner and artist. I really look forward to celebrate with the community where I got my start as an artist,” DeBilzan said.
DeBilzan’s paintings are based on thoughts and memories of real-life experiences. Though free of specific detail, DeBilzan’s figurative work aims to evoke a sense of recognition of people or places traveled. His faceless figures invite observers to step into the paintings and become a part of his story.
“Coming back to Laguna Beach is always a special experience for me, this is where it all began. Laguna Beach will always be a very special place to me. I am very thankful for the ongoing support of the community for nearly three decades,” DeBilzan said.
DeBilzan Gallery is located at 224 Forest Avenue. For more information, please the gallery at 949-715-0405, email [email protected], or visit www.debilzan.com.
Art Museum Announces Masters of Ceremonies for Gala
On Saturday, Sept. 21, Laguna Art Museum will hold its annual gala at the Festival of Arts grounds, hosted by Masters of Ceremonies Chuck Henry (left) and Fritz Coleman (right). Photos courtesy of Laguna Art Museum
On Saturday, Sept. 21, Laguna Art Museum will launch its second century with Gala 2019 from 5:30-11 p.m. at the Festival of Arts grounds in Laguna Beach. More than 350 guests will enjoy performance art, dancing, wines, and fine dining, hosted by Masters of Ceremonies Chuck Henry and Fritz Coleman.
Chuck Henry is co-anchor of Southern California’s NBC4 News. Henry has won dozens of awards and honors for his work as an anchor, host, reporter,…
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