Mabel George Haig (1894 – 1977), developed as a water color artist, studying with William Lees Judson, Helena Dunlap, Eleanor Colburn, Anna Hills, and Millard Sheets. Mabel became close friends with Anna Hills, who cofounded the Laguna Beach Art Association with Edgar Payne in 1918. Mabel exhibited at the […]
Mabel and Myron Haig spend the day at Laguna Beach.
Laguna Beach has a new art gallery.
“In Laguna Beach…the old pavilion was converted to a gallery managed by the artists themselves…a permanent association has been formed.”
Laguna Beach Art Association members exhibit at the Whittier Woman’s club house. Artists include Anna Hills, Hanson Puthuff, Edgar Payne, Karl Yens, Guy Rose, Sam Hyde Harris, and others.
Mabel Haig exhibits at the Southwest Museum, in Los Angeles.
Mabel George Haig is accepted as a member of the California Watercolor Society. She will exhibit with the group in January at the Franklin Galleries in Hollywood.
Mabel Haig speaks about California Painters.
Mabel Haig is honored as a finalist in a national House Beautiful Magazine cover design contest.
Anna Hills of Laguna Beach teaches an art sketching class at the Whittier Woman’s club house. An exhibition and tea are planned. “. . . Gentlemen will be welcomed at the exhibition.”