“Breaking Illusion: Artist as Scientist” opened Wednesday night, showcasing scientific approaches to art.
Walking into Harris Gallery’s latest exhibit, “Nowhaus: Domestic Objects in Modernist Tradition,” viewers are immersed into a mix of historical and modern art.
More than 400 men and women came for the Guerrilla Girls performance in Edmunds Ballroom at Pomona College Feb. 5, as the Girls threw bananas into the audience to kick off the show.
Upland resident Joe Defazio takes a personal moment to admire his artwork while being directed by one of the teachers, Jen Rosen at Claremont Craft Ales.
An eclectic mix of vibrant sculpture and paintings filled the Harris Gallery as nine students showcased their senior projects.
Azusa Pacific University has invited David Flores to exhibit “Gift” on campus, which consists of three parts: a William Shakespeare mural, the “Gift” exhibit and a book about Flores’ career published by APU.
Vivid photographs on display at the Carlson Gallery presented the stories of lottery tickets and many lucky Americans to faculty members and students at photographer Edie Bresler’s “We Sold a Winner: On Resilient American Dreams” exhibit reception on Oct. 30.
“The Cat’s Out of the Bag,” a senior exhibit by Daniela Barbani at Azusa Pacific University invites animal lovers, especially cat fanatics, into the whimsical world of felines portrayed through fluid acrylic illustrations.
Circe, a sculpture artist, carves a clay seal at the 18th Annual Wildlife and Landscape Art show Sunday at the San Dimas Civic Center Plaza.
Eighteen abstract art pieces are placed in a circle together to form Augusto Sandroni’s solo exhibit “Radius Abstractus” in the Tall Wall Space of the Arts and Communications Building.