Non-profit gallery displays community’s art

Andre Ford, a retired artist and member of the Pomona Valley Art Association, displays one of his stipple paintings in the PVAA Gallery SOHO in the Montclair Place on April 15. Ford is one of the more than 30 artists currently displaying their work in the gallery. The PVAA is a non-profit organization, run strictly through volunteer work. The gallery is located at on the second floor of the Montclair Place and is open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. / photo by Drake Ingram

Drake Ingram, a junior criminology major and photography minor, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times.


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