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Exhibit honors women of letterpress

Exhibit honors women of letterpress
Gallery visitors Linda Dare and Stephanie Froehner take a closer look at the letterpress works in the “Women Over 25: Printing Letterpress for Over a Quarter of a Century,” exhibit in the Clark Humanities Museum in Claremont. The particular piece they are observing has paper cut-outs woven together and pressed flat. The Scripps College Press celebrated the 70th anniversary of its founding class... 

Plein Air Painters at 2nd Story

Plein Air Painters at 2nd Story
Featured artist Richard Myers (left) talks to Mayor of San Dimas, Curtis Morris this past weekend at 2nd Story Gallery in San Dimas. Although Myers was exhibiting paintings at 2nd Story, he is also an accomplished sculptor. In 2006 Myers dedicated a sculpture to the San Dimas Sheriff’s Station. The sculpture shows two deputies and children standing around the Station’s flagpole respecting the flag... 

International artists cover new ground

International artists cover new ground
Ruth Trotter, professor of art, is a Los Angeles based painter working in pictorial representation using references from architecture, landscape, media and psychology. Michael Frantz, professor of mathematics, asks about her acrylic abstract painting, “Curve.” The “Covering Ground” exhibition in Harris Art Gallery./photo by Denisse Leung Julian Burrell Staff Writer Brenna von den Benken Arts... 

Different art styles speak as one in Harris Gallery’s ‘Inside-Out’ exhibit

Sara Montgomery Staff Writer The Harris Gallery’s current exhibit “Inside-Out” is a group collection containing vivid colored pieces that not only adorn the walls of the gallery, but hang from the ceiling to create a whole new experience. “Inside-Out” displays the works of artists Max King Cap, Chet Glaze, Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia and Misato Suzuki. Their styles are very different yet come... 

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... 

Seth Kaufman proves less is more in Harris exhibit

Seth Kaufman proves less is more in Harris exhibit
Felicia Beardsley, interim associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, was one of many guests at the Harris Gallery for the reception for Seth Kaufman’s solo exhibition on Tuesday. Kaufman’s three pieces from “The Breeder Series” are made from wood, adhesive and paint, and vary in height. The artist made the piece “Filial Rhapsody” by etching his name into ceiling “popcorn”... 

Exhibit explores accidental art

Exhibit explores accidental art
Drawn in by the art that was on display in the Harris Gallery, Al Clark, associate vice president for academic affairs, questions Artist Curtis Stage about the techniques and processes he uses to create his work of art. The Harris Art Gallery is currently showcasing the work of Stage, a Los Angles based artist. His exhibition, “Side Effects I Didn’t Expect,” combines photographs with strong graphic... 

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... 
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