Claremont Art Walk, October 2023

“Dulci Among Flowers” by Deborah Day, will be on view at Square I Gallery during Saturday’s Claremont Art Walk. Image/courtesy of Claremont Art Walk

The following galleries are participating in this month’s Claremont Art Walk from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, October 7:


  • Ahmad Shariff Art Gallery, 107 Harvard Ave., highlights work from seven different artists in “Shadows of October.”


  • Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College, 120 W. Bonita Ave., continues to showcase hard-edge exhibits “June Harwood: Paintings,” and “Tracing the Edge.”


  • Bunny Gunner, 230 W. Bonita Ave., features wordworks by Hal Metlitzky and landscape photography from Crystal Yachin Lee.


  • Casa 425, 425 W. First St., shows “Breathe,” abstract landscapes by Andrew Bentson and Gorman Bentley.


  • Michelle Emami’s “Lasting Effect” opens at Claremont Chamber of Commerce, 205 Yale Ave.


  • The Claremont Forum, 586 W. First St., features Eric Watkins’s “Castle Rock” and hosts a “books come alive” event celebrating Stephen King that includes live music from The Big House Bells.


  • The Claremont Lewis Museum of Art, 200 W. First St., hosts an opening reception for “Face to Face,” photography by Scripps College Art Professor Ken Gonzales-Day, with live jazz from Vintage Music.


  • Crescent Tree Corp, 206 W. Bonita Ave., Suite G, continues works by Marina Yermakova Timm.


  • The Laemmle Claremont 5 Theatre, 450 W. Second St., displays photography by Greg Rook in “Stratosphere.”


  • Pomona Valley Art Association, 317 W. First St., brings together Cory Byers, Dolores Montijo and Arlene Moreno for “Dreams and Nightmares,” a Halloween-themed show.


  • ReSpun Retro, in the Claremont Packing House Atrium, 532 W. First St., hosts Deedra Garcia and Weezer Scarborough who will recreate scenes from Stephen King novels during a
    “books come alive” event.


  • Square I, 110 Harvard Ave., shows “Counter Balance-Paintings from Home” by California artist Deborah Day.


  • Studio C, 260 W. Bonita Ave., opens “Reflections,” fiber art vessels, sculptures, art quilts and more by Sue Conner, Cindy Rinne and Madeline Arnault.


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