Welcome to the Chaffey Community Museum of Art
Main Gallery: ONA2X2
Curated by Bunny Gunner Gallery
September 4 – November 9, 2014
Twenty-two artists were given a 2 foot by 2 foot panel or canvas and asked to create a work of art. The artists were allowed to express their own creativity with only the limitation of size. The commonality of size brings work together that otherwise might not mix.
Exhibiting artists include Sioux Bally-Maloof, J. Cheryl Bookout, Dan Callis, Steve Comba, George Comer, Mary Dessert, Athena H. Hahn, Rebecca Hamm, Lucinda L. Hanshaw, Brent Harada, Joel Heflin, Jenelle Lowry, Amy Maloof, Christopher Michno, Fr. Bill More, Seth Pringle, Steve Schmidt, Thomas Stubbs, Juan Thorp, Shari Wasson, Michael Woodcock and Joe Zaldivar.
Through November 9, 2014.
South Gallery: Petites Oeuvres d'art
Southern California Collage Society
August 28 – October 26, 2014
Creating on a "confined" size of 6 inches by 6 inches can open an artist up to many possibilities. It takes great skill to bring big ideas into such a narrow focus.
The artists of the Southern California Collage Society took the inspiration to create small.
Through October 26, 2014.
Spotlight Gallery: Nacht zum TagOctober 16 – December 21, 2014
(Night into Day) – Kerry Kugelman
Kerry Kugelman’s abstract paintings reveal brooding, atmospheric spaces that evoke an air of mystery and possibility. Rooted in landscape, teeming with organic forms and textures, and orchestrated by a supernal light, the paintings suggest natural forms ranging in scale from the cellular to the cosmic. Sharp tonal contrasts and clouds of ink suspended in acrylic medium create rich surfaces that draw the viewer in, and suggest a mysterious voyage.
Through December 21, 2014.
Harriet White: Dedicated Artist
August 21 – November 2, 2014Harriet White, a graduate of the Chicago Art Institute, explored her art to its fullest by sketching, drawing and painting.
A founding member of the museum and a promoter of fine arts in the greater Pomona Valley area, she successfully saved CCMA's collection from the auction block.
Through November 2, 2014
Young Artist Alcove:
September 18 – October 26, 2014 From the artist:
"Art is something that I need in my life to feed my creativity. When I draw or paint, a sense of peace and relaxation comes over me. I like to paint many different subjects, but I mostly focus on portraits. I find faces to be interesting, diverse, fun and detailed. The reason I continue to draw is so that I can express myself and continue to learn and grow as an artist."
Through October 26, 2014
Events at the Museum
Sunday, October 19, 2014
2 pm – 4 pm
ONA2X2 Harriet White: Dedicated Artist
Curated by Juan and Susie Thorp
Nacht Zum Tag
(Night into Day) -- Kerry Kugelman
Thursday, November 13, 2014
7 pm – 8:30pm
The Medium of Encaustic
with Karen Karlsson
The November Second Thursday presentation features encaustic artist and CCMA board member Karen Karlsson. Encaustic is an ancient painting medium that uses pigments mixed with hot wax to create art.
Karen will describe the history, manufacture and use of encaustic as a medium for painting, collage and sculpture. The talk will conclude with a guided walk through the encaustic works on display in the Burnt Offerings exhibit in the museum's South Gallery. Free for CCMA members
$20 for guests
Open Studio at CCMA
Fridays from 11 am – 3:30 pm
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.
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.
Please RSVP for Open Studio at CCMA
to Jenelle Lowry, Museum Coordinator at email@example.com
Free for CCMA members
$20 for guests
CCMA in the News
Model Colony Award
In recognition of its rehabilitation of the building interior to create four galleries, the museum store and administrative area, CCMA was presented with a 2014 Model Colony Award by the City of Ontario Planning Department.
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
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