Welcome to the Chaffey Community Museum of Art
Main Gallery: Create!
Annual Members’ Exhibit
November 12, 2015– January 10, 2016
In this exhibit we honor our artist members, their ability to Create! beautiful works of art in a multitude of media and styles. From the exhibit, CCMA will be purchasing works for the Museum collection.
Through January 10, 2016.
Curated by Steve Thomas
November 19, 2015 - January 3, 2016
Affect/Effect displays selected moments that are sometimes subtle, sometimes overt – yet often compelling as sketches of the human condition. They are a composite of select imagery by those who represent the diversity of photo history and create art which affects an understanding of self. Artists include Stephen Berkman, Steve Cahill, Douglas McCullough, William Purcell, Herb Quick, Michael Stapko and Steve Thomas.
Through January 3, 2016.
Spotlight Gallery: Color, Colour, Kuhl-er
October 11 - November 29, 2015
Told at an early age that in order to fit into the real world, one needs to conform and color "inside the lines…” Steven Long used color to express his thoughts and feelings about all sorts of topics in his little world of art. Colorful as well as often humorous, Steven certainly has a different point of view and still refuses to color "inside the lines”.
Through November 29, 2015
Young Artist Alcove:
November 27, 2015 - January 3, 2016 Keila Waddell is a fifteen year old aspiring artist, who specializes in the world of animation and character design. She has received the Robert Cunningham Award for the Arts at Saint Mark's Episcopal School and has been featured in the Millard Sheets Gallery and the Huntington Library. Her major focus is portraits and she draws her inspiration from cartoon shows and the music industry. She hopes to attend Cal Arts and one day work for Cartoon Network's 2D animation studios. She currently runs her own animated web series on You Tube, and hopes to turn it into something bigger.
Through January 3, 2016
On The Edge, Florence Arnold
Selections from CCMA’s Collections
October 22 - December 27, 2015
In the late 1950s Los Angeles Times art critic Jules Langsner included Florence Arnold as one of the key Southern California artists contributing to what he called the Hard-Edge School of painters. Other artists in this group included Karl Benjamin, Lorser Feitelson, Frederick Hammersley, Helen Lundeberg and John McLaughlin. Florence Arnold is celebrated with selections from the Museum collection.
Through December 27, 2015.
Events at the Museum
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
midnight to midnight
Give BIG 2015
24-hour fundraising web-a-thon
Friday, November 27, 2015
noon to 4 pm
AIR Sale begins
All works of art priced at $25, $50, $75 or $100
Air Sale continues through January 10, 2016
Sunday, December 6, 2015
2 pm to 4 pm
2 pm to 4 pm
Open Studio at CCMA
Fridays from 11 am – 3:30 pm
Where artists meet to create and share their artwork in an unstructured environment.
Open Studio at CCMA is a place for artists to come together and create art in the presence of other artists. It is intended to foster creativity, exchange, conversation, encouragement and freedom of artistic expression. All artists are welcome and invited to participate.Free for CCMA members
Open Studio at CCMA is held every Friday from 11 am to 3 pm. Artists should bring all their own supplies + a sack lunch, drinks and snacks as desired. CCMA will provide a coffee maker, refrigerator and small microwave for the use of participants.
$20 for guests
CCMA in the News
David Allen blog
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin columnist David Allen keeps up with what's going on at CCMA. He recently wrote about the outdoor sculpture now gracing the front lawn of CCMA. The sculpture was created by Fullmer Construction superintendent Gary Rue entirely from materials leftover from construction the parking lot next door.
to read about CCMA in
Trevor Summon's column Click here
to read about CCMA in the Foothills Reader Ontario, CA 91761-1623
Thursday through Sunday
noon — 4:00 pm Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day
Rent the Museum for your event
The Museum is available year-round as a venue for compatible events of small to medium-sized groups. For more information, including rental rates, available days and times, and floor plan, click here.
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