Claremont Artwalk returns September 4 from 6 to 9 p.m.

Claremont Artwalk is Saturday, September 4 from 6 to 9 p.m.

Ronnie M
206 W. Bonita Ave.
Harvard Square lawn area
Ronnie M will be hosting the following makers:
Elk Neck-Metal Jewelry Designer
Gracious Gobbler-Illustrator, Children’s Book
Yuzu Leaf Co.-Hand poured Candles
Mama Zen Boutique-Jewelry Designer
By Erin Allison: Jewelry Designer
Ronnie M-Jewelry Designer
Libby Zona Healing Arts-Holistic Healing & Crystals
Peaches and Cream, Bath & Body Sweets-Apothecary & Self-Care
Daggers & Pearls-Resin Artist

Bunny Gunner
230 W. Bonita Ave.
Bunny Gunner is excited to be exhibiting the work of Jerry Owens.
“Split Decision.”
Jerry Owens is a local Claremont artist who has been painting for many years. Jerry’s most influential mentors were Robert Brackman of the New York Art Student League and Milford Zornes. Jerry grew up in Mobile, Alabama which influenced his love of nature. The show at Bunny Gunner will be Jerry’s traditional landscapes.

Studio C
260 W. Bonita Ave.
Studio C will also be showing works by Jerry Owens.
“Split Decision.”
Jerry paints both traditional landscapes and more contemporary work. Studio C will be showing the contemporary. Jerry’s contemporary works get some of the same atmospheric moodiness as his landscapes. “There is a point in a painting when the painting either leans more in the direction of the traditional or the contemporary,” according to Jerry.

Dell Anno California
323 W. Bonita Ave 6 to 9 p.m.
Dell Anno will be showing the works of:
Bill Breer
Jennyfer Godfrey
Sam Martin
Robin M Cohen
John Sasaki
The art will be up for Artwalk only.

Claremont Chamber of Commerce
205 Yale Avenue 6 to 9 p.m.
Rebecca Hamm – “Law of Nature”
Law of Nature presents a glimpse into the powerful and mysterious forces of nature over the confounding pursuit of containing it as commodity. These works arrive from Rebecca’s immersive explorations and efforts toward safeguarding open and free areas of land from development. The titles are pairings of terms often found in legal processes and names of entities from the natural world.
A Southern California native, Hamm received her B.A. from California Polytechnic University, Pomona and her M.F.A. from the Claremont Graduate University. She shows her artwork throughout the region including solo and selected exhibitions at Los Angeles City College, the Carnegie Art Museum in Oxnard, the Claremont Museum of Art, the Ontario Museum of Art and History, the Huntington Beach Art Center, and the University of Houston, Texas.

Square I
110 Harvard Ave 6 to 9 p.m.
Square I will be showing the works of the late Father Bill Moore in honor of his birthday this month.

Sonja Stump Photography
135 W. First St. 6 to 9 p.m.
Don Perez – “Natural Beauty”
Nature Photography

Claremont Museum of Art
200 W. First St., in the Depot, 6 to 9 p.m.
CMA’s new exhibition Furious Garden dynamically juxtaposes new paintings by Karen Kitchel and Deena Capparelli, and ceramic sculptures by Cj Jilek, all of whom focus on the extraordinary power and beauty of natural flora. Naughty, disobedient, and extravagant, this view of “garden” is active and provocative, intent on cultivating new pathways and relationships between landscape and occupant. The exhibition, sponsored by Gould Asset Management will remain on view through November 27.

Claremont Forum Bookshop and Gallery
586 W. First St. 6 to 9 p.m.
The Claremont Forum will be hosting artist Larry White for the September Art Walk. Opening reception is Saturday, September 4, 2021, 6-9 PM.
About the Artist:
Larry White’s art career has spanned nearly 50 years. Although primarily known as a craftsman working with Sam Maloof for 29 years, he’s also exhibited work in other media, including ceramic sculpture, drawing, painting and mixed media. He has taught at two California Universities and held summer classes at Anderson Ranch Art Center in Snowmass Village, Co. Since retiring from Sam Maloof Woodworker, Inc. in Alta Loma, CA, he maintains a mixed media sculpture and ceramics studio in Pioneertown, Ca. He has exhibited his work nationally and is found in both private and public collections.


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