Looking for a new art exhibit to feast your eyes upon? The (MCASD) in La Jolla has a new exhibit that focuses all on paper.
Paper has often been a medium for art. It's responsible for being the canvas for paintings, drawings and even photography. MCASD La Jolla will host a new exhibit that features selected works on paper.
Visitors will be treated to drawings, paintings, photographs and prints. Two prints made by Richard Diebenkorn in 1970, not long after he moved his studio to Santa Monica’s Ocean Park neighborhood and returned to abstraction after years of working in a figurative style.
Diebenkorn's abstract works retain the influence of the landscape but are shown from a unique perspective, such as through the window of the artist’s studio or from the window of an airplane.
Ready to see some art on paper? This exhibit will be in display at the museum from July 10-Sept. 2. MCASD La Jolla is open from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. daily, but is closed Wednesdays. The Museum is free on the third Thursday of every month from 5-7 p.m.
Pricing is as follows:
- General Admission $10
- Seniors $5
- Students 26 and over (with ID) $5
- 25 and under Free (with ID)
- Military and their families Free (with ID)