The museum has five galleries, each offering a different exhibition. The Main and South Galleries are themed exhibitions of groups of artists. The Line Gallery displays works of art from the museum’s collection. The Spotlight Gallery is a solo exhibition by a local artist. Taken together, the exhibitions present a diverse range of media, styles and artistic endeavor.

Travelers arriving and departing from Ontario International Airport can view works of art by regional artists in glass display cases located adjacent to arrival/departure gates. This program, called Art@Airport, is managed by CCMA.

The Ontario Festival of Arts is back for 2021 on Saturday, October 16. Open to festival-goers from 10 am to 4 pm, this cultural event is designed for everyone who appreciates the value art brings to everyday life.

  • Discover and appreciate the rich artistic talent of the local area
  • Meet artists and talk about their art and inspiration
  • Start or add to your art collection in a relaxed, comfortable environment

Food trucks and craft beer will be available, and both the Ontario Museum of History & Art and the Chaffey Community Museum of Art will be open for visitors.

Mark your calendar now, and don’t miss this great event.

For information on participating as an artist, Click Here.

"This is a fantastic little art museum..."

This is a fantastic little art museum located across from the Ontario History and Art Museum. They have a standard collection and rotate special events in and out. The size is nice and there are multiple rooms so that particular collections or pieces can be highlighted/separated. Lighting is great and the docents are friendly and knowledgeable. Keep an eye out to see what special collections they bring in. Its free to visit and you can see everything in less than an hour if you're in a hurry, although you can take your time to enjoy it all if you aren't! Highly recommend!!

Current Exhibits by Gallery

Click on an image or gallery name to be taken to that exhibit’s full description.

See The Good

Over 50 artists helping us all
“See The Good” in the world around us 


Eye for Beauty

Works of art by prominent Pomona Valley and California artists.

The Beginning . . . The Original Nine

The Barbara Line Memorial Collection of
oil paintings.

Birds of Clay

Susan Mach is a ceramicist who wants to inspire your curiosity with her work and imagery based on birdlife, both local and from her travels worldwide.

Structurally Speaking

In the visual arts, a cityscape is an artistic representation of the physical aspects of a city or urban area.

In Structurally Speaking we offer works from our collection in a variety of styles that represent the urban landscape.

West End Photo Invitational

The West End Photo Invitational features the winners of the West End Photo Open held in 2019, Steven Cahill, Tom Cypert and Aline Mare.

Glass cases adjacent to the gates exhibit works of art by 16 artists living throughout the regional area served by ONT.

Varying widely in media and visual impact, the exhibits showcase the talent and artistic range of art in the region.

Student Artworks

Artworks from Leslie Lopez,
Student at Ontario High School.

Our Story

About CCMA

Since 1941, the Chaffey Community Museum of Art has been sharing the gift of visual art with residents of the inland communities of Southern California. First founded as an art association, CCMA has since grown into an important regional museum that provides public access to fine art and supports the local artistic community.

The mission of the Chaffey Community Museum of Art is multi-dimensional. Like all museums, CCMA’s Permanent Collection is held in the public trust, and selections are always on display in the Museum’s Line Gallery so they can be enjoyed by museum visitors. Additional facets of CCMA’s mission are to:

  • maintain, conserve, display and restore the Museum’s art collection;
  • provide a venue for local artists to exhibit;
  • stimulate and foster interest in art with educational activities for members and the public;
  • enhance the Permanent Collection by expanding its holdings to include regional artists and a wide variety of media; and
  • preserve the history and traditions of the Museum.