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  • The living room of Harrison McIntosh’s Padua Hills home is largely original and features his pottery and the works of fellow area artists like Karl Benjamin and Sam Maloof.

    The living room of Harrison McIntosh’s Padua Hills home is lar...

  • Architect Fred McDowell designed the post and beam style modernist home for Harrison and Maguerite McIntosh in 1958. The couple lived there until they retired to Mount San Antonio Gardens

    Architect Fred McDowell designed the post and beam style moderni...

  • Architect Fred McDowell designed the post and beam style modernist home for Harrison and Maguerite McIntosh in 1958. The couple lived there until they retired to Mount San Antonio Gardens

    Architect Fred McDowell designed the post and beam style moderni...

  • A few of the works by Harrison McIntosh on display in the living room of his 1958 post and beam Padua Hills home.

    A few of the works by Harrison McIntosh on display in the living...

  • Theodore Criley designed this Via Padova home for Albert Stewart in 1947. Jim Coffman and Catherine Fleming currently own the home, and have added multiple sculptures by Mr. Coffman to the front yard.

    Theodore Criley designed this Via Padova home for Albert Stewart...

  • The dining area is the focal point of the former Albert Stewart home now owned by longtime Claremont resident Jim Coffman and his wife Catherine Fleming.

    The dining area is the focal point of the former Albert Stewart ...

  • Theodore Criley designed this Via Padova home for Albert Stewart in 1947 where he lived until his death in 1965. Jim Coffman and Catherine Fleming currently own the home, and have added multiple sculptures by Mr. Coffman to the front yard.

    Theodore Criley designed this Via Padova home for Albert Stewart...

  • Cliff May and Chris Choate designed the Milford Zornes home on Via Padova in 1953 with a studio and carport addition by Theodore Criley and Fred McDowell in 1963.

    Cliff May and Chris Choate designed the Milford Zornes home on V...

  • Cliff May and Chris Choate designed the Milford Zornes home on Via Padova in 1953 with a studio and carport addition by Theodore Criley and Fred McDowell in 1963.

    Cliff May and Chris Choate designed the Milford Zornes home on V...

  • The original Cliff May and Chris Choate designed Milford Zornes home on the left had the studio added in 1963. The home, which is in need of repairs, recently changed hands.

    The original Cliff May and Chris Choate designed Milford Zornes ...