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Art can appear in many places in many forms: graffiti and sidewalk art are testaments to this. But an abandoned storefront creatively decorated can be a form of art, too, as proven by Jennifer Bolande’s “Plywood Curtains.”
Lillian Elaine Wilson debuted her exhibit “From the Car” on Sept. 16 in the University of La Verne’s Carlson Gallery.
The Harris Gallery at the University of La Verne opened Tuesday with an unconventional solo exhibition by local artist Seth Kaufman.
At the launch of Art After Hours in Claremont, Sept. 2, the courtyard at Pomona College was abuzz with students snacking on refreshments while engaging in conversation about the arts.
Presented by the Harris Art Gallery at the University of La Verne, the “Wowee Zowee” art exhibit featured the work of students currently enrolled in painting, sculpture and photography courses.
Hard boys and bad girls rumbled their way through the streets of Pomona Saturday evening to the Andi Campognone Projects Gallery where the photography exhibit “Hard Boys + Bad Girls” by Thomas McGovern was featured.
A dose of reality was handed out to the University of La Verne community Wednesday evening. David Bacon’s photography exhibit “Farm Workers” reception at the Irene Carlson Gallery exposed the difficult conditions faced by most immigrant farm workers.
Vivid colors, beautiful patterns and intense emotions were the stars of the evening at the Pomona Art Colony’s artwalk. Cindy Rinne and Penny McElroy were the featured artists Saturday evening at the Blue Core Gallery.
The latest exhibit by photographer Curtis Stage, “Side Effects I Didn’t Expect,” is sure to engage your brain with its juxtaposed elements and abstract layering of photographs.