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Women honored in Latino Art Museum exhibit

Alexandria Orozco Staff Writer This year the Women’s International Art show had its opening reception on March 12 at the Latino Art Museum in the Pomona Art Colony and will continue through Saturday. For curator and La Verne alumna Graciela Nardi, the month of March is significant because it celebrates women from all cultural backgrounds and the art that they produce. Seven years ago Nardi decided... 

Art exhibit exposes workers’ plight

Brenna von den Benken Staff Writer “Worker” is a performance-based presentation that includes emerging artists James Gilbert and Jennifer Vanderpool’s sculptural elements, video and audio, creating an effective visual and aural experience throughout Jan. 27 until March 25 at the Lenzner Family Art Gallery at Pitzer College in Claremont. A group of personified, life-size soft sculptures are positioned... 

‘Diaspora’ represents the people

Alexandria Orozco Staff Writer The Foggy Windowz Gallery in the Pomona Arts District featured the Afro-American urban artwork of artists John Barge III, Demar Douglas, Amanda Daniels, Don Sherow and LPE38 last month. The exhibit allowed the different artists to come together and give their interpretation of Diaspora, which is the movement and migration of people. Douglas, who helped to gather this... 

Paintings use abstract color to show daily life

Jesse Evans Staff Writer The West Gallery in the Campus Center opened its new gallery series, “A Man in the Garden,” with a reception Tuesday. The series is by Iranian artist Zohreh Moysaybei and Dion Johnson, gallery curator, picked three of the 10 paintings from the series. “The colors are unique and capture the different emotions, people and times of day.” Johnson said. Photo reproductions... 

‘Extend’ shows everything there is ‘About Paint’

Alexandria Orozco Staff Writer The art of Dion Johnson, director of university galleries, is currently being featured in Carl Berg’s collection, “About Paint,” at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood. During the summer of 2010, Johnson was busy working on his piece Extend, which when finished was displayed in his studio in Los Angeles. It was here where Berg saw this particular piece... 

Documentary follows Banksy and graffiti artists

Jennahway Huerta Staff Writer Legendary graffiti artist Banksy has captured a secretive and humorous inside look about the underground world of street art and its artists. Banksy’s film, “Exit Through the Gift Shop,” allows the viewer to gain different perspectives on the creative works of the street artists. The film follows an eccentric filmmaker in Los Angeles named Thierry Guetta. Guetta... 

‘Insights’ gives a peek into China

Brenna von den Benken Staff Writer A full house of more than 50 spectators, challenging the maximum occupancy of 46, attended the lecture on “China: Insights,” curated by writer Allan D. Coleman at the Pomona Museum of Art in Claremont last week. Coleman touched on the delicate expressions of seven contemporary Chinese photographers: Chen Yuan Zhong, Hua’Er, Jia Yu Chuan, Li Nan, Yang Yankang,... 

‘Remnants’ shows a hidden world

'Remnants' shows a hidden world
University of La Verne President Steve Morgan and Photography Department Manager Kevin Bowman were among those in attendance at the reception for “Remnants,” on Feb. 8 in the Irene Carlson Gallery. Featured photographer Beau Comeaux, who is based in New York, participated in the virtual reception that allowed guests to to chat with Comeaux, via webcam connection to his office at Sage College... 

Abstract paintings lift spirits in Zask Gallery

Christina Collins Burton Arts Editor The Zask Gallery in Palos Verdes treats its guests to the traditional and abstract with their currently display, “Second Nature: Landscape Variations” featuring local artists as well as Professor of Art Ruth Trotter. The owner of the gallery, Peggy Zask, collected the pieces for the series hoping to break the assumed art of the Palos Verdes area. “Palos Verdes... 

Exhibit combines the art and science of clay

Amanda Nieto Associate News Editor The opening reception of “Ceramics for the New Millennium” took place Saturday at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona where art and science are combined in an intriguing display. A large room divided into various areas presented the work of engineers and scientists that show the numerous applications for ceramics. About 40 guests attended the show to... 
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