Claremont Artwalk returns November 6
The Claremont Artwalk takes place November 6 from 6 to 9 p.m.
206 W. Bonita Ave.
Ronnie will be hosting various artists and makers.
Bunny Gunner Art Gallery
230 W. Bonita Ave.
Bunny Gunner will be honoring Native American Heritage Month. Explore the artwork and stories of Dan Romero, Steven Rushingwind, Susan Ruiz and Yvette Hart. Live Music by Steven Rushingwind and more. Come enjoy our heritage and culture and learn about our journey.
Masks are required per L.A. County health guidelines. Proceeds will be donated to Native American charities.
260 W. Bonita Ave.
Wax on – Wax off will continue through the month of November.
Most of the work is done with Encaustic which lends itself to the very organic theme of the show.
Caryl St. Ama has a long career in arts education. Karen Karlsson is working with geometric abstractions rendered in layers of wax, resin and pigment. Sue Connor works in many layers of wax and found objects. Denise Kraemer is a skilled printmaker who delights us with her whimsical work. Elizabeth Carr is a mixed media artist who uses acrylic paint, collage paper and creativity.
Dell Anno California
323 W. Bonita Ave.
Dell Anno will be showing artists: Jack “Cactus” Caselles – ceramic artist / Nana Ramirez / Cj Jilek – ceramic artist / Quincey Grace – ceramic artist / Juliet Kurth.
Claremont Chamber of Commerce
205 Yale Ave.
Steven Rushingwind-Ruiz, Big Fish. Rushingwind is of Native American and Mexican descent. He loves to paint the beauty of common items and show them in a dramatic way, showing his love of shadows. He is also an accomplished international award-winning native flute musician.
110 Harvard Ave.
Leslie H. Hurst “Infused With Light” features paintings from Sicily, Italy, England, France and the sierra foothills.
Claremont Museum of Art
200 W. First St., in the Depot
“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. The exhibition, sponsored by Gould Asset Management, will remain on view through November 27.
Neon Moon art supplies
317 W. First St.
Conchi Sanford, “La Inmaculada,” an eye-opening approach to resin materials, delivers the luminosity of the artist’s culture, heritage and rituals through these mesmerizing pieces.
Cindy Rinne will read from her newest book release, The Feather Ladder.
Claremont Forum Bookshop and Gallery
Inside the Packing House
586 W. First St.
The Claremont Forum will feature a weaving exhibit by artist Jennifer Derry, along with works by recent students in her weaving class. A portion of all artists’ sales will go to support the Prison Library Project.