The Ontario Festival of the Arts held its second annual festival to embrace the arts on Saturday, including art from local artists.
The room was filled with off-white, differently sized plates with birds of various colors flying across their surfaces at the American Museum of Ceramic Art for the Avian Clay: Kent Tool and Dana Gardner exhibit.
The School of Arts and Enterprise, a charter school in downtown Pomona, showcased its horror themed exhibition Saturday.
Self-taught artist Gary Brewer, one of four displayed in the “Secret Garden” exhibit, spoke about his connection to nature through painting and art on Thursday in the Harris Gallery to a crowd of about 20 students, staff and faculty members.
More than 800 different forms of secondhand porcelain and stoneware dishes are used by artist Julie Green as a form of political and cultural commentary
The Petterson Museum of Intercultural Art at Pilgrim Place is hosting an exhibit titled “Gods and Monsters.”
The Claremont Art Walk brought artists of all backgrounds to showcase their work at the monthly event.
“Water Boy” is a low-fire clay, underglaze ceramic piece by Patti Warshina that focuses on the theme of ocean pollution.
CURIOUS Magazine had its anniversary party to release CURIOUS Mag Vol. 2 Issue No.1 “Millennial Pink” Friday at the dA Center for the Arts in Pomona.
Edwin Vasquez spoke last week about his art exhibit “Refractions” at the Metro Gallery in Pomona last week.