Laguna Beach Sunrise Wall Art Prints
Laguna Beach Sunrise Wall Art Prints Take a half-mile walk on the bluffs of Laguna Beach to see spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean. Stop by the gazebo and look down to the tide pools below. You might come across a plein air painter capturing the scenery, see surfers catching waves at Rockpile Beach. One of the oldest museums in California, the Laguna Art Museum has deep ties to the history and culture of Laguna Beach. It focuses on works created by California artists, and represents the life and history of the state, with one of the most comprehensive collections of California art from the 19th century to present day. The natural landscape of beaches, rocky bluffs and craggy canyons have been noted as sources of inspiration for Plein air painters who have settled in the Laguna Beach since the early 1900s. The hills also are known internationally for mountain biking. Laguna Coast Wilderness Park is a 7,000-acre (2,800 ha) wilderness area in the hills surrounding Laguna Beach. This park features coastal canyons, ridgeline views and the only natural lakes in Orange County. This beautiful park, located in South Laguna, boasts some of the most pristine beaches in Southern California. Sharing part of the grounds of Montage Laguna Beach, enjoy beautiful ocean views, public art, and easy beach access. Located just north of Main Beach, Heisler Park offers spectacular views of the Laguna Beach coastline. Take a half-mile stroll along the paved path or enjoy a picnic on the grass or barbecue with friends. The City of Laguna Beach has more than 80 unique works of public art. These pieces were designed and created specifically for Laguna Beach and contribute to the life of the city. Explore the many murals, statues, benches and other pieces as you stroll through town.