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The Classic Surf Gallery presents Bill Ogden Waves of Color. Ogden lived in San Clemente in the 1960s, first becoming famous for his surf cartoons. Moving to Laguna Beach in the early 1970s, Bill was in the vanguard of ocean related psychedelic poster art for the Sound Spectrum, Timothy Leary and the Brotherhood of Eternal Love. A retrospective of Bill Ogden art, including original oil paintings, drawings, prints, posters, and the newly released book OGDEN: The Visionary Art of Bill Ogden, will be available for purchase. 100 San Dimas, San Clemente, 949.496.8611,

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