The Claremont Art Walk is Saturday, March 7 from 6 to 9 p.m.
Bunny Gunner: 230 W. Bonita Ave., Claremont
Bunny Gunner opens “Beaches, Bicycles and Skateboards,” by local Claremont artist Michael Ladner, Saturday, March 7, from 6 to 9 p.m. Mr. Ladner studied at the San Francisco Art Institute and New York’s School of Visual Art. He has previously exhibited his work in Park Slope and Red Hook, Brooklyn. He works in a variety of media, including gouache on mounted paper, linocut, woodcut and oils. His painted and printed images, freely inspired by iPhone shots, reflect Southern California’s distinctive outdoor scenery and way of life.
Studio C: 260 W. Bonita Ave., Claremont
Studio C will show “Uncharted,” featuring work from Cindy Rinne and Elizabeth Carr. Ms. Rinne is both an artist and a poet. Her poetry is filled with images that evoke the visual, and her art has a poetic look, woven into the fabrics and textures she works with. She describes her medium of fabric art as, “expansive, because people give me objects from their ancestors or travels around the world. I have their permission to cut and stitch, giving the object new purpose. I stitch memories into textile collages, layering and obliterating fragments of cloth.” Ms. Carr is a gallery owner, artist and teacher. She uses the back room of Studio C as her studio, where she works in large abstract mixed-media and collage paintings almost daily. She studied for several years with Chris Van Winkle, Sylvia Megerdician and Tom Fong.
Square i Gallery: 110 Harvard Ave., Claremont
Square I will show “Out On A Limb,” with work by Kirk Delman, Dale Ferguson, T. Robert Pacini and Jon Pacini. Working with clay, wood, stone and photography, these four artists observe and interpret the intricate details that surround us.
Buddhamouse Emporium: 134 Yale Ave, Claremont
Buddhamouse Emporium is showing “My Meditation.” The works began as an exercise in mindful creativity. Each piece is the product of a period of meditative flow and concentration on small, repetitive patterns. These periods of meditative practice have revealed images depicting the natural world. They are my internal landscapes. Aleta Jacobson is an award winning collage, acrylic and mixed media artist living and working in Southern California. Her love for artistic expression developed at an early age. The child of a highly creative family, Ms. Jacobson’s earliest tools were crayons and her brother’s art books. As a student, she leaned more toward artistic pursuits, often skipping other classes to hang out in her art teacher’s room, washing brushes and making art with scraps that other students didn’t want.Claremont Museum of Art
Claremont Museum of Art: 200 W. First St., at the Depot
Claremont Museum of Art will be closed for Artwalk this month due to construction, but will be open during its regular hours, Friday through Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.
Hotel Casa 425: 425 W. First St., Claremont
Hotel Casa 425 is showing the work of John Kosta, but will not be having a reception for the March Artwalk.