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 Morro Bay
Art Center Morro Bay – Where art lives
Art exhibits,
workshops and
demonstrations for
You can’t miss the large purple building with its iconic mural of Morro Rock in downtown Morro Bay. Art Center Morro Bay is home to all artists and the community. Visitors have enjoyed art exhibits and other art related activities of- fered by this non profit, volunteer run association since its early art shows in 1951. With a wide variety of classes, workshops and other art related events, Art Center Morro Bay is a destination for emerging
to professional exhibitors and art collectors who appreciate compel- ling exhibits filled with a vast array of quality art.
Art all year
With two spacious galleries and a classroom, Art Center Morro
Bay presents about eight exhibits per year. Special juried exhibits have included the Pastel Society of the West Coast, featuring award winning, national and international artists.
Upcoming exhibits
Exhibits are free to the public from 12-4 p.m., daily. Check the website for art reception dates and times.
Tidal Zone, through April 3, 2023. Artists were asked to capture the exhilarating sensation of the sea for this exhibit. Artists have
long been inspired and seduced
by the ocean’s power. Its beauty can be refreshing, magnificent and seductive. Yet, mysterious vastness can become turbulent, terrifying and downright humbling. Don’t miss this immersive exhibit featur- ing a wide array of ocean themed artworks, accompanied by the sculptures of Anne Grannis.
Featured artist — Anne Grannis
Morro Bay Art Association is proud to feature the sculptures of Anne Grannis through April 3, 2023.
A transplant from New England to California; “I grew up in an artistic family,” writes Anne in
her artist’s statement. “The master sculptors Michelangelo, Rodin and Bernini are my heroes.”
Next to sculpting, SCUBA div- ing is her second favorite activity, drawing inspiration from these
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