Students and faculty members studied and discussed post-war artworks at the “Out of Rubble” exhibition reception Tuesday in the Harris Gallery.
Tucked behind the San Dimas Civic Center, the 17th Annual Wildlife Art Show carried on in full force over the weekend of Oct. 19-20, displaying to visitors and artists alike the beauty and brilliance of the natural world.
Lights that wrapped around replicas of cast iron streetlights and hung off of trees illuminated the night as music and laughter filled the air at Saturday’s Pomona Art Walk.
The reception for “Divinity Degenerate” by Mark Dean Veca attracted a small crowd of students and professors Tuesday night at the Tall Wall Space in the Arts and Communications Building.
The Harris Art Gallery’s latest exhibit, “Out of Rubble,” is displaying art of different mediums that may stun the audience with its visuals of war aftermath.
Music and chatter filled the room at the opening reception of Philip Latimer Dike’s “Chasing Daylight” exhibition Saturday evening in the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College.
The Buddhamouse Emporium in Claremont is currently housing father and daughter artists, Christopher and Sequoia Cousins’ “Family Archetypes” exhibit.
On Thursday evenings after closing hours, the sound of live music, artists speaking at workshops and people discussing exhibitions are still evident at the Pomona College Museum of Art for Art After Hours.
On the wall in the Irene Carlson Gallery hangs a photograph that seems to be an abstract composition of a lavender object containing a single red, vein-like line crossing through it.
A variety of homeade art pieces were for sale at the Friday Night Art Mart sponsored by Studio Claremont at the Packing House in downtown Claremont.