Claremont summer concerts continue this week including Friday Nights Live in the Village, Concerts Under the Stars with CYMO, Live Jazz on the Blue Fin Patio and Monday Night Concerts at Memorial Park.
Citrus Fine and Performing Arts presents Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead, a parody of the Peanuts gang as grown-ups. This performance takes place at Citrus College's Little Theatre in nearby Glendora.
The Claremont Community Foundation Art Gallery takes art lovers on a journey to various destinations through paint in July and August. “Destination Art” features the work of Sherry Marger, who utilizes acrylic and watercolor paint. The display is inspired by Ms. Marger’s travel experiences around the world. This painting titled, “Is He Listening” by Sherry Marger, is currently on display at the Claremont Chamber of Commerce. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
John Moffitt worked as the director of the Ed Sullivan Show and directed and produced the Dick Van Dyke Show, the annual Emmy Awards, American Music Awards, Hollywood Squares and more. Catch his presentation at the University Club on Tuesday, July 24.
Elizabeth Preston’s work with art is like a good marriage: it endures in sickness and in health.
Take sickness, for example.
The 2 times Ms. Preston has experienced bouts of major illness—the first took place when she was 35—proved to be pivotal points in her creative development.
After being “counter-mentored” by a high school art teacher overly critical of her efforts, Ms. Preston stopped painting for 20 years. She was pursuing her plan B career of teaching when she fell ill.
During her recovery, Ms. Preston attended an exhibit of Van Gogh paintings. Her childhood dream of being an artist was reawakened, and she began painting again.