Art, community and creativity collected in Claremont

"The Grand Canyon, Landscape XVIII," by Norma Tanega, "Constellation" by Roland Reiss and "Mermaid" by Jean Goodwill Ames are on display in the "Claremont Collects: Art, Creativity, Community" exhibition at the Claremont Lewis Museum of Art. The exhibit runs through Sept. 25. / photo by Kim Toth
“The Grand Canyon, Landscape XVIII,” by Norma Tanega, “Constellation” by Roland Reiss and “Mermaid” by Jean Goodwill Ames are on display in the “Claremont Collects: Art, Creativity, Community” exhibition at the Claremont Lewis Museum of Art. The exhibit runs through Sept. 25. / photo by Kim Toth
"Torso I" by artist Aldo Casanova is one of the sculptures on display in the "Claremont Collects: Art, Creativity, Community" exhibition at the Claremont Lewis Museum of Art. The exhibit runs through Sept. 25. / photo by Kim Toth
“Torso I” by artist Aldo Casanova is one of the sculptures on display in the “Claremont Collects: Art, Creativity, Community” exhibition at the Claremont Lewis Museum of Art. The exhibit runs through Sept. 25. / photo by Kim Toth
"Grandma Was a Cow," "Sentimental Journey" and "Veda’s Carnival" by artist Dee Marcellus Cole are on display in the "Claremont Collects: Art, Creativity, Community" exhibition at the Claremont Lewis Museum of Art. The exhibit runs through Sept. 25. / photo by Kim Toth
“Grandma Was a Cow,” “Sentimental Journey” and “Veda’s Carnival” by artist Dee Marcellus Cole are on display in the “Claremont Collects: Art, Creativity, Community” exhibition at the Claremont Lewis Museum of Art. The exhibit runs through Sept. 25. / photo by Kim Toth
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Kim Toth is a junior photography major and a staff photographer for the Campus Times and La Verne Magazine. Her work can be found in Instagram at @kim_t_photos and @kimberlytothphotos.

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