Mabel George Haig, well educated and accomplished Whittier artist, became close friends with Anna Hills, a co-founder of the Laguna Beach Art Association. Mabel exhibited at the Laguna Beach Art Gallery throughout the 1920s, developing friendships with the artists that lived in Laguna Beach.
Anna Hills, president of the Laguna Beach Art Association teaches bi-monthly sketch class for the Whittier Woman’s Club.
One hundred oil and water color sketches done by students of Anna Hills, were exhibited in the Whittier Woman’s Clubhouse. Also on display were 30 of Anna Hills small water colors.
The public is cordially invited to an exhibition and tea.
“Invitations have been mailed to non-club members…. Gentlemen will be welcomed at the exhibition.”
Mabel George Haig is honored as finalist in House Beautiful cover design contest.
Mabel Haig spends a week with her friend Anna Hills and Anna’s sister Nellie. Mabel George Haig becomes a member of California Water Color Society.
Members of the Laguna Beach Art Association exhibit at the Whittier Woman’s Clubhouse. Many prominent artists participated including Anna Hills, Hanson Puthuff, Edgar Payne, Karl Yens, and Sam Hyde Harris.