Welcome to the Chaffey Community Museum of Art
Main Gallery: Pure Pleasure
Sheets, Sheets and Caughman
February 2 - March 26, 2017
Millard Sheets, Tony Sheets and Rick Caughman are known for their art created as commissioned work for commercial ventures. Pure Pleasure shows another side of their art – more personal in nature, more diverse in subject matter and media. Part of the exhibit explores media or styles not often associated with the three artists. The exhibit also includes newly-created works by Tony Sheets and Rick Caughman.
Through March 26, 2017.
South Gallery: Pure Pleasure continues
Sheets, Sheets and Caughman
February 2, - March 26, 2017
The Sheets, Sheets, and Caughman exhibit, described above, continues into the South Gallery.
Through March 26, 2017.
Women: Fantasy, Adventure and Escape
January 19 - February 26, 2017
Women have been the driving force throughout human existence for the development of the social contract through nurturing, understanding and emotional intelligence and sustenance. Water, among other things, is a metaphor for human emotions. Women have refined emotions as a way to bond families, communities, and societies. It's important to acknowledge the need for fantasy and escape for women. They give so much to others. They need breaks. My work is a visual exploration of these dynamics.
Through February 26, 2017
Young Artist Alcove:
March 2 - March 26, 2017
"The way I love expressing my creative side has always been through art. Drawing has become a part of who I am. When it comes to my signature style of art, I use a vivid palette of colors and bend the fundamentals of reality. I have learned a handful of various styles and techniques that I am able to apply when creating art works.
Dirty Money was inspired by the common scenario of lavish lifestyles of the rich and famous, shadowed by their selfish action is to get to that certain position in life. Pacific Sky is a non-objective oil pastel artwork that shows a mood of impulsiveness by placing loose, uncontrollable, wave-like motions moving alongside my orange dots. Peace and War is a Japanese-inspired watercolor painting of a dragon that enters and goes beyond its frame, outlined in ink pen for extra detail."
Through March 26, 2017
Tribute - Milford Zornes
Selections from CCMA’s Collections
January 5 - April 9, 2017
Milford Zornes has had a 75 year relationship with CCMA beginning in 1942 when he first exhibited his artwork at the Second Invitational Purchase Prize Exhibit. The first painting to be hung in the first permanent home of CCMA in 1981 was a watercolor by Milford Zornes. In 2005, Zornes was honored by being named the first Artist of the Year for his support of philanthropic organizations, the artistic community and his artistic excellence. We pay Tribute to Milford Zornes. He and his work have influenced multitudes of artists in the Chaffey Communities and beyond.
Through April 9, 2017.
Events at the Museum
Sheets, Sheets & Caughman
Art for Living and Living for Art
February 2, 2017 - March 26, 2017
A major joint exhibition in conjunction with the Ontario Museum of History & Art, exploring the artistic duality of three artists: Millard Sheets, Tony Sheets and Luis "Rick" Caughman
At Chaffey Community Museum of Art:
At Ontario Museum of History & Art:
Art that Works
Ontario Heritage Quarterly PotluckSunday, February 26, 2017
and Docent-Led Exhibit Tour
5 pm to 7 pm
Sunday, April 2, 2017 - 2 pm to 4 pm
Size Does Matter - National Collage Society
A Life's Passion in Watercolor - Tom Fong
Dancing on Water- Judi Christensen
Young Artist Alexandrea Carrillo
Open Studio at CCMA
Fridays from 11 am – 3 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
Inland Valley historian Joe Blackstock visits CCMA to view the nine paintings of the Barbara Line Memorial Collection. Click here to view article.
IEShineOn, an online source for events and activities in the Inland Empire, featured CCMA. To view the article, click here
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin columnist Suzanne Sproul visits CCMA to discuss the 75th anniversary events. To view the article, click here.
David Allen Click here
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin columnist David Allen visits CCMA's outdoor sculpture at the front of the museum. The sculpture was created by Fullmer Construction superintendent Gary Rue entirely from materials leftover from construction the parking lot next door. Click here
to see a photo and read David's blog.
to read about CCMA
in Trevor Summon's column
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.
Next community event at CCMA:
April 7, 2016
Ontario YMCA Good Faith Breakfast