Wide variety of artwork featured for December Art Walk
The Claremont Art Walk is held the first Saturday of each month from 6 to 9 p.m.
CLAREMONT COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ART GALLERY
205 Yale Ave., Claremont Chamber
“Maureen Wheeler and Jennifer Simison.” Watercolor, sculpture, prints and pottery. Opening reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday,?December 2. Catering by Twisted Sage Cafe; music by Cool Yule.
134 Yale Ave.
“Walking the Common: An English Journey in Image and Poem.” Kendall Johnson presents photographs and writings following his travel to his ancestral origins in the UK. Poems and images explore the interplay between tradition and social changes upon current aesthetic and spiritual expression in Southwest England. The writings and images are paired to enhance dimensionality.
BUNNY GUNNER GALLERY
230 W. Bonita Ave.
“Alphabet Journey,” featuring Judy Craig’s watercolor paintings inspired by the alphabet.
260 W. Bonita Ave.
Local Claremont scenes by Jacqueline Knell, Karen Werner, and Judy Schroeder. In addition, enjoy various local artists in the holiday boutique!
SPACE GALLERY AND RECORDS
254 W. Bonita Ave.
Punk Like Me book art book signing and talk with Terry James. Terry made some of the most provocative, exciting and boldly creative music of the early 1980s with bands such as the Bags and the Gun Club. The writing in Punk Like Me is both gripping and hilarious, a straightforward narrative interspersed with luscious full page “digital folk art,” created by Terry himself.
CLAREMONT MUSEUM OF ART
200 W. First St., Claremont Depot
“Kindred Natures,” featuring: Aldo Casanova and James Fuller. The show will reintroduce two highly respected and revered local artists. For more than 30 years each artist influenced generations of students while teaching at Scripps College, as well as maintaining active careers as exhibiting artists throughout the country. Sharing an affinity for the beauty of nature, this exhibition will highlight the kindred links between the sculptures of Mr. Casanova and the paintings of Mr. Fuller.
FIRST STREET GALLERY ART CENTER
250 W. First St., Suite 120
Vicente Siso and a holiday show dinner party.
AUGIES COFFEE HOUSE
AND Á LA MINUTE
536 W. First St., Packing House
A selection of artwork by David Fairrington. Mr. Fairrington’s portfolio was among those selected by the Pentagon for official government portraits.
586 W. First St., Packing House
“Artists Serving Humanity” features artwork from various incarcerated artists.
CLAREMONT PACKING HOUSE
532 W. First St.
Artists selected by the Art Walk Committee set up small exhibition spaces to display and sell their own fine art in the Claremont Packing House atrium from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, December 2.
Eric Watkins/pencil, pen and ink
Linda Ayres/pet portraits, landscapes, flowers
Samara Rae/fine jewelry
Little Autumn’s Crochet
Sense About Scents/soaps
Daniel Nevills/bronze sculpture
DMG Fine Art/paintings
Lisa Sarish/oil paintings, photography
Elly Karipides Art/ink, watercolor illustration
Monica Adrian Art/paintings
Brandon Clarke/mixed media, sculpture, pop art
Anthony Valdez Art/multimedia
RIO DE OJAS
250 N. Harvard Ave.
Daniel Soria and Bear Ramirez, with artwork celebrating Native American heritage.
SQUARE i GALLERY
110 N. Harvard Ave.
The eighth annual 11x11 Christmas Open Invitational. This show features both local, upcoming and well-known artists. This show represents a great opportunity to pick up beautiful artwork for family, friends, co-workers and yourself. Reception is 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, December 2. The show runs the entire month of December.
116 N. Harvard Ave.
Featured artwork from Susan Hertel, Karl Benjamin, Millard Sheets, John Fassbinder, Milford Zornes, Phil Dyke, James Fuller, Michael Woodcock and more. The show features more than 200 pieces of artwork from various from which to choose. This is a great time add to your fine arts collection. Reception is 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, December 2 and will run the entire month of December.
THE LAST DROP CAFE
119 N. Harvard Ave.
“Lonely Walks on Distant Shores,” featuring artwork by Brent Neumann.