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ArtWalk set to hit the streets Saturday, May 1

ArtWalk is ready and getting revved up as local art galleries display the work of talented artists from all around the Claremont area.

The ArtWalk is a monthly event that is scheduled the first Saturday of every month. Welcome back!

Bunny Gunner

230 W Bonita Ave

Open 5-8 p.m.




Bunny Gunner is excited to be displaying the work of Larry White titled Meditation Marks: A deep loss that will not leave.

Larry White’s art career spans nearly 55 years. Although primarily known as a skilled craftsman working with Sam Maloof and the Maloof Foundation,

he is also renowned as a versatile artist working and exhibiting in other disciplines, including ceramic sculpture, mixed media, drawing and painting.

Larry has taught in the art department of two California universities.


Studio C

260 W. Bonita ave

Open 6-9 p.m.

Studio C will be showing “Five”

We are pleased to be celebrating our 5 year anniversary here in Claremont. We have 20 artists doing 5 inch x 5 inch paintings, 5 each and 6 artists

doing 5 inch x 5 ft. paintings. We will be open with safety precautions in place. We will also have Local Author Laura Keane doing a book signing.

The book is The Tippy Tippy Tree—a children’s book.


Dellanno Design Studio

323 West Bonita Ave. 

Open 6-9 p.m.

Dellanno design studio will have their show up only May 1, 6-9 p.m.

Show title; Where Architecture, interior design and Art meet.

Ceramic artists:

Quincey Grace

Dana Flores

Noe Reyes

Grayson Fair 

Jennyfer Godfrey


Claremont Chamber

205 Yale Ave.

Claremont Chamber will be showing work by Neon Moon Art Supply.

Square I Gallery

110 Harvard Ave.

Open 6-9 p.m.

Green Dot Estate Sale

Square I will have a great selection of fine art from their collection.


Claremont Musuem of Art
200 W. First St. in the Claremont Depot

The museum has reopened with INSIDE OUT: Emerging from Isolation in which 28 local artists reflect on the pandemic experience. The exhibition

seeks to bring us out of our long isolation with messages of solace and hope. And our favorite “Vintage Music” will be back with jazz on the plaza!

The Museum has reopened with safety measures and limited capacity, to welcome visitors to the exhibition with free admission through May 30.


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