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About the La Jolla Art Association

La Jolla Art Association was established in 1918 with a mission to advance the appreciation of fine art in southern California by providing exhibitions and educational opportunities to artists and the public through classes, workshops, and presentations. To learn more click here


La Jolla Art Association presents...

The La Jolla Art Association exhibit will feature a mixture of mediums including acrylic, watercolor, oil, mixed media, digital art, and photography.    

An Artists' Exhibition Reception will be held on Thursday, June 16. 4-6 pm.

Light refreshments will be served. 

Below is a collage of art from artists participating in the Exhibit. Their art will be on display at the Center from June 6-August 5, 2022. Artists include:
Top row, from L to R: Ann Chaitin, Cindy Klong, Dana Levine, Dan Pressman.
Middle row, from L to R: Mark Sherman, Beverly Brock, Ralph Kingery, Minnie Valero.
Bottom row, from L to R: Whitney Moore, Valerie Salag, Christopher Conroe and Victoria Gist-Tower.

La Jolla Art Association presents monthly art demonstrations in the LJCC Courtyard

A New artist will present every fourth Thursday of the month.

Next Demonstration: Beverly Brock

 June 23, 2022

Demonstration will be from 4-6 PM; Open exhibit of galleries, from 6-7 PM

Light refreshments will be served. These demonstrations are free and open to the public.


This month La Jolla Art Association will feature artist Beverly Brock, demonstrating acrylic pour. She has always had a camera in her hand, her first love is photography. In 2000 she received a certificate of professional photography from the NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY. She started her business: “Kidnapper of Images”, and on weekends would photograph weddings and parties. In 2016 she taught herself digital art on her iPhone. When Covid hit, she was home alone with a very active mind, so she learned acrylic pour, and turned some of them into digital art. Acrylic pour is paint flowing by the tilting of our hands. Come experience the fun. 

Registration is required and participants should review the COVID protocol. For further information and to register, please contact the Center at 858-459-0831 or click here to register via email.

Beverly Brock,"Snake"

Beverly Brock Snake.JPG