Welcome to the Chaffey Community Museum of Art
Main Gallery: Figuratively Speaking
January 1 – March 15, 2015
Artists have had a dialog with the human form since the beginning of time. In this exhibit we celebrate the figure, whether a realistic depiction, an abstraction or with the artist capturing the essence of the human spirit. Exhibiting artists include: Leslie A. Brown, William Catling, Chick Curtis, Helen Hayes, Joe Pastor, Eileen Senner and Gayle Stratford.
Through March 15, 2015.
South Gallery: rebirth of dialects
Curated by Cindy Rinne
January 22 – March 22, 2015
Cindy Rinne curates an exhibition of mixed-media fiber art using various materials including: found objects, fragments of cloth, yarn, and sticks to construct sculptural forms or art quilts. The artists in this exhibition, Sharon Algozer, Susan Feldman, Sumi Foley, Laura Larson and Cindy Rinne, create conceptual and narrative objects by building form with their hands using stitch as language. Through a visual vocabulary, both gritty and fluid, the artists reinvent myth, identity, absence, and place.
Through March 22, 2015.
Spotlight Gallery: My Life, My ArtDecember 26, 2014 – February 15, 2015
From the artist:
"My life, my art are one in the same. If it was not for my art, there would be no life. The wonder and excitement of putting a brush to canvas, modeling clay between my fingers and arranging and attaching wondrous found objects is mysterious and a much enjoyable way of life.
When looking at my artwork, please look at it as one man's means of expression. It is what it is. Hopefully you will enjoy it as much as I did when I made it."
Through February 15, 2015.
Young Artist Alcove:
January 15, 2015 – From the artist:
There are many different forms of art: music, drama, ceramics, drawing, painting and much more. When it comes to art, no matter how much you know, there is always something new to learn.
Reality can be depressing in so many ways that people can sometimes miss the beauty in life and that’s where art comes in. Movies are made to bring out emotion, music is made to bring up spirits, ceramics and drawing/painting are made to show people what beautiful, or sometimes even tragic things, they may be missing.
Selections from CCMA’s Collections
January 1 – March 8, 2015We share some of the cityscapes in our collection with works from Anders Gustave Aldrin, Leon Amyx, Paul Darrow, Leonard Davis, Lenard Kester, Robert Kuntz, Henry Lemon, Stephen Longstreet and Oscar Van Young.
Through March 8, 2015.
Events at the MuseumThursday, February 12, 2015
2 pm to 4 pm
with Laura Barnes
Free for CCMA members
$20 for guests
Saturday, February 28, 2015
4 pm to 7 pm
Honoring CCMA's 2015
Artist of the Year
At the Magic Lamp Inn
Sunday, March 1, 2015
2 pm to 4 pm
rebirth of dialects
curated by Cindy Rinne
What's in a Name?
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.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
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
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.