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Artists explore our surroundings

Artists explore our surroundings
Nubia Cardenas and Stephanie Fuentes attempt to decipher the meaning of the piece “Triangle Complex” by Samantha Fields, at the Harris Art Gallery reception for the group exhibit “It’s All Around You.” The show, featuring several Los Angeles-based artists whose work examines natural and synthetic elements of our environment, will run through March 9 in the Harris Art Gallery. / photo by... 

Carlson Gallery exhibit showcases natural beauty

Carlson Gallery exhibit showcases natural beauty
Photographer Francis Schanberger attended a virtual reception in his honor in the Irene Carlson Gallery of Photography last week. Fred Yaffe, director of the Institutional Review Board, and Kevin Bowman, photography department manager, spoke with Schanberger about his technique using a flat-bed scanner to make negatives for contact printing onto hand-coated art papers. Called “Van Dyke Brown,”... 

Walker House hosts abstract art in gallery

Walker House hosts abstract art in gallery
The San Dimas Festival of Arts featured artist Ken Sheffer’s solo art show, “Colorfields of Abstraction.” San Dimas City Councilmember, Denis Bertone, was one of 20 guests present on Friday night. The 2nd Story Gallery is located in the Walker House near the corner of Bonita Avenue and San Dimas Avenue in San Dimas. The Walker House showcases an eclectic collection of new art exhibits opening... 

Carlson Gallery exhibit explores new work

Michael Escañuelas Staff Writer The photography department is exploring the meaning of the words “invited” and “uninvited” with an exhibit that opened this week in the Carlson Gallery. The gallery allows aspiring photographers to display their work, inviting students, faculty and staff to view their exhibits. The exhibit, which will be on display until Dec. 4, was divided into two separate... 

University Advancement office showcases student art

Charlie Neff Staff Writer Ashley Contreras, a studio art major, was recently selected to have her student project series displayed in the University Advancement lobby. Contreras produced her student project series during an advanced painting class last spring when she used photography as a base to form a painting. Contreras created five paintings during the project, each displaying silhouettes of power... 

'Tomorrow Never Knows' art's enigmas

'Tomorrow Never Knows' art's enigmas
The “Tomorrow Never Knows” exhibition included installations of sculptures and drawings by Ruby Osorio and Macha Suzuki. Suzuki’s work, “Fail,” is a mixed media piece. The reception for the artists took place on Tues., Oct. 27, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Harris Art Gallery. The exhibition runs through Nov. 24. / photo by Stephanie Arellanes Dan Sayles Sports Editor The Harris Art Gallery... 

Sculpture adds flair to La Verne

Sculpture adds flair to La Verne
Before the rains come, construction workers put the final touches around the “Inhale/ Exhale” sculpture, adding shrubbery, rocks and woodchips Tuesday. Designed by Phillip K. Smith for the Muriel Pollia Sculpture Garden, “Inhale/Exhale” was installed Sept. 29. / photo by Stephanie Arellanes  Read More →

Landscape relationships on display in Carlson Gallery

Landscape relationships on display in Carlson Gallery
Dion Johnson, director of university art galleries, produced the installation of photographs by Alexander Heilner in the Irene Carlson Gallery. The exhibit “Aerial Photographs and Microbe Studies,” is the result of Heilner’s interest in artificial and natural relationships in the earth’s landscapes. Heilner will be visiting the gallery Oct. 12. The display is located on the bottom floor of... 

Taking a walk on the abstract side

Community art work is displayed at the monthly Pomona Arts Colony Art Walk. Charlie Neff Staff Writer The Pomona Arts Colony Art Walk was held from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Sept. 26 in Metro Pomona, attracting many artists and potential buyers. Over 25 local galleries stayed open past their normal hours to portray artwork by the various artists included in the Art Walk. Each gallery had a different theme,... 

Discarded trash speaks to the masses at the Claremont Museum of Art

Discarded trash speaks to the masses at the Claremont Museum of Art
William Moreno, the executive director of the Claremont Museum of Art, joins Curator Pilar Tompkins and Angel Villanueva in front of a new exhibition in the museum, “The Ten Pound Ape.” The artwork is constructed from urban debris and littered with throwaways from communities intended to create an interactive and thought-provoking piece of art. / photo by Christopher Guzman Michael Escañuelas Staff... 
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