Chaffey Community Museum of Art

217 S. Lemon Ave, Ontario, CA 91761-1623 | (909) 463-3733

Since 1941, the Chaffey Community Museum of Art has been sharing the gift of visual art with residents of the inland communities of Southern California. First founded as an art association, CCMA has since grown into an important regional museum that provides public access to fine art and supports the local artistic community.

The mission of the Chaffey Community Museum of Art is multi-dimensional. Like all museums, CCMA’s Permanent Collection is held in the public trust, and selections are always on display in the Museum’s Line Gallery so they can be enjoyed by museum visitors. Additional facets of CCMA’s mission are to:

  • maintain, conserve, display and restore the Museum’s art collection;
  • provide a venue for local artists to exhibit;
  • stimulate and foster interest in art with educational activities for members and the public;
  • enhance the Permanent Collection by expanding its holdings to include regional artists and a wide variety of media.
  • preserve the history and traditions of the Museum.

Free Admission: Thursday through Sunday: noon — 4:00 pm

For the full details and list of upcoming exhibitions, visit the website below:

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Events hosted by this organization

Jun 21

Line Gallery: At Play (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

We all need to take time to “play”, whether it is playing a game of checkers, enjoying the beach or romping in the snow. Works by Anders Gustave Aldrin, Jean Goodwin Ames, Streeter Blair, Louis Bosa, Rex Brandt, Phil Dike, Gisela Fabian, Elaine W. Harvey, Helen Hayes, Angela Hernandez, Joanna Mersereau and Phil Paradise.

Jun 21

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jun 22

Line Gallery: At Play (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

We all need to take time to “play”, whether it is playing a game of checkers, enjoying the beach or romping in the snow. Works by Anders Gustave Aldrin, Jean Goodwin Ames, Streeter Blair, Louis Bosa, Rex Brandt, Phil Dike, Gisela Fabian, Elaine W. Harvey, Helen Hayes, Angela Hernandez, Joanna Mersereau and Phil Paradise.

Jun 22

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jun 23

Line Gallery: At Play (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

We all need to take time to “play”, whether it is playing a game of checkers, enjoying the beach or romping in the snow. Works by Anders Gustave Aldrin, Jean Goodwin Ames, Streeter Blair, Louis Bosa, Rex Brandt, Phil Dike, Gisela Fabian, Elaine W. Harvey, Helen Hayes, Angela Hernandez, Joanna Mersereau and Phil Paradise.

Jun 23

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jun 24

Line Gallery: At Play (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

We all need to take time to “play”, whether it is playing a game of checkers, enjoying the beach or romping in the snow. Works by Anders Gustave Aldrin, Jean Goodwin Ames, Streeter Blair, Louis Bosa, Rex Brandt, Phil Dike, Gisela Fabian, Elaine W. Harvey, Helen Hayes, Angela Hernandez, Joanna Mersereau and Phil Paradise.

Jun 24

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jun 28

Line Gallery: At Play (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

We all need to take time to “play”, whether it is playing a game of checkers, enjoying the beach or romping in the snow. Works by Anders Gustave Aldrin, Jean Goodwin Ames, Streeter Blair, Louis Bosa, Rex Brandt, Phil Dike, Gisela Fabian, Elaine W. Harvey, Helen Hayes, Angela Hernandez, Joanna Mersereau and Phil Paradise.

Jun 28

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jun 29

Line Gallery: At Play (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

We all need to take time to “play”, whether it is playing a game of checkers, enjoying the beach or romping in the snow. Works by Anders Gustave Aldrin, Jean Goodwin Ames, Streeter Blair, Louis Bosa, Rex Brandt, Phil Dike, Gisela Fabian, Elaine W. Harvey, Helen Hayes, Angela Hernandez, Joanna Mersereau and Phil Paradise.

Jun 29

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jun 30

Line Gallery: At Play (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

We all need to take time to “play”, whether it is playing a game of checkers, enjoying the beach or romping in the snow. Works by Anders Gustave Aldrin, Jean Goodwin Ames, Streeter Blair, Louis Bosa, Rex Brandt, Phil Dike, Gisela Fabian, Elaine W. Harvey, Helen Hayes, Angela Hernandez, Joanna Mersereau and Phil Paradise.

Jun 30

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jul 1

Line Gallery: At Play (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

We all need to take time to “play”, whether it is playing a game of checkers, enjoying the beach or romping in the snow. Works by Anders Gustave Aldrin, Jean Goodwin Ames, Streeter Blair, Louis Bosa, Rex Brandt, Phil Dike, Gisela Fabian, Elaine W. Harvey, Helen Hayes, Angela Hernandez, Joanna Mersereau and Phil Paradise.

Jul 1

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jul 5

Line Gallery: At Play (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

We all need to take time to “play”, whether it is playing a game of checkers, enjoying the beach or romping in the snow. Works by Anders Gustave Aldrin, Jean Goodwin Ames, Streeter Blair, Louis Bosa, Rex Brandt, Phil Dike, Gisela Fabian, Elaine W. Harvey, Helen Hayes, Angela Hernandez, Joanna Mersereau and Phil Paradise.

Jul 5

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jul 6

Line Gallery: At Play (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

We all need to take time to “play”, whether it is playing a game of checkers, enjoying the beach or romping in the snow. Works by Anders Gustave Aldrin, Jean Goodwin Ames, Streeter Blair, Louis Bosa, Rex Brandt, Phil Dike, Gisela Fabian, Elaine W. Harvey, Helen Hayes, Angela Hernandez, Joanna Mersereau and Phil Paradise.

Jul 6

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jul 7

Line Gallery: At Play (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

We all need to take time to “play”, whether it is playing a game of checkers, enjoying the beach or romping in the snow. Works by Anders Gustave Aldrin, Jean Goodwin Ames, Streeter Blair, Louis Bosa, Rex Brandt, Phil Dike, Gisela Fabian, Elaine W. Harvey, Helen Hayes, Angela Hernandez, Joanna Mersereau and Phil Paradise.

Jul 7

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jul 8

Line Gallery: At Play (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

We all need to take time to “play”, whether it is playing a game of checkers, enjoying the beach or romping in the snow. Works by Anders Gustave Aldrin, Jean Goodwin Ames, Streeter Blair, Louis Bosa, Rex Brandt, Phil Dike, Gisela Fabian, Elaine W. Harvey, Helen Hayes, Angela Hernandez, Joanna Mersereau and Phil Paradise.

Jul 8

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jul 12

Line Gallery: At Play (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

We all need to take time to “play”, whether it is playing a game of checkers, enjoying the beach or romping in the snow. Works by Anders Gustave Aldrin, Jean Goodwin Ames, Streeter Blair, Louis Bosa, Rex Brandt, Phil Dike, Gisela Fabian, Elaine W. Harvey, Helen Hayes, Angela Hernandez, Joanna Mersereau and Phil Paradise.

Jul 12

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jul 13

Line Gallery: At Play (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

We all need to take time to “play”, whether it is playing a game of checkers, enjoying the beach or romping in the snow. Works by Anders Gustave Aldrin, Jean Goodwin Ames, Streeter Blair, Louis Bosa, Rex Brandt, Phil Dike, Gisela Fabian, Elaine W. Harvey, Helen Hayes, Angela Hernandez, Joanna Mersereau and Phil Paradise.

Jul 13

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jul 14

Line Gallery: At Play (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

We all need to take time to “play”, whether it is playing a game of checkers, enjoying the beach or romping in the snow. Works by Anders Gustave Aldrin, Jean Goodwin Ames, Streeter Blair, Louis Bosa, Rex Brandt, Phil Dike, Gisela Fabian, Elaine W. Harvey, Helen Hayes, Angela Hernandez, Joanna Mersereau and Phil Paradise.

Jul 14

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jul 15

Line Gallery: At Play (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

We all need to take time to “play”, whether it is playing a game of checkers, enjoying the beach or romping in the snow. Works by Anders Gustave Aldrin, Jean Goodwin Ames, Streeter Blair, Louis Bosa, Rex Brandt, Phil Dike, Gisela Fabian, Elaine W. Harvey, Helen Hayes, Angela Hernandez, Joanna Mersereau and Phil Paradise.

Jul 15

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jul 19

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jul 19

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Jul 20

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jul 20

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Jul 21

Main Gallery: Too Close to the Edge (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Collage is an artistic revolution. Born during the height of modern art’s most imaginative, innovative movements, it changes the story, requiring artists to use paper as paint to create masterful art. Through this simple twist, artists explore the depths of their creativity, incorporating and celebrating multiple variations of image, text, and papers that range from […]

Jul 21

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Jul 22

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Jul 26

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Jul 27

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Jul 28

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Jul 29

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 2

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 3

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 4

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 5

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 9

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 9

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Aug 10

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 10

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Aug 11

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 11

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Aug 12

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 12

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Aug 16

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 16

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Aug 17

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 17

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Aug 18

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 18

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Aug 19

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 19

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Aug 23

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 23

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Aug 24

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 24

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Aug 25

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 25

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Aug 26

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 26

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Aug 30

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 30

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Aug 31

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Aug 31

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 1

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Sep 1

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 2

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Sep 2

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 6

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Sep 6

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 7

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Sep 7

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 8

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Sep 8

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 9

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Sep 9

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 13

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Sep 13

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 14

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Sep 14

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 15

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Sep 15

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 16

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Sep 16

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 20

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Sep 20

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 21

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Sep 21

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 22

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Sep 22

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 23

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Sep 23

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 27

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Sep 27

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 28

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Sep 28

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 29

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Sep 29

South Gallery: Three Chicks (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Three Chicks is an exhibit about what three chicks, Martha Cowan, Cindy Lopez, and Chick Curtis, see as everyday moments in ordinary life. Working in their favorite media, oil, monotype, charcoal, and sculpture, the three artists will present a variety of works that are perhaps moments in everyday life that seem insignificant or that often […]

Sep 30

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Oct 4

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Oct 4

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Oct 5

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Oct 5

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Oct 6

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Oct 6

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Oct 7

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Oct 7

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Oct 11

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Oct 11

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Oct 12

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Oct 12

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Oct 13

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Oct 13

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Oct 14

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Oct 14

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Oct 18

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Oct 18

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Oct 18

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Oct 19

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Oct 19

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Oct 19

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Oct 20

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Oct 20

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Oct 20

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Oct 21

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Oct 21

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Oct 21

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Oct 25

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Oct 25

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Oct 25

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Oct 26

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Oct 26

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Oct 26

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Oct 27

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Oct 27

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Oct 27

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Oct 28

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  […]

Oct 28

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Oct 28

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Nov 1

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Nov 1

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Nov 2

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Nov 2

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Nov 3

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Nov 3

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Nov 4

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Nov 4

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Nov 8

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Nov 8

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Nov 9

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Nov 9

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Nov 10

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Nov 10

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Nov 11

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Nov 11

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Nov 15

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Nov 15

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Nov 16

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Nov 16

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Nov 17

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Nov 17

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Nov 18

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Nov 18

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Nov 22

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Nov 22

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Nov 23

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Nov 23

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Nov 24

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Nov 24

Spotlight Gallery: Art in Metal (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

Working in copper, brass and steel, I create three-dimensional representations of plants and animals and two-dimensional studies of geometric patterns. My art has a practical genesis – as a young man I was temporarily employed as an ornamental iron fabricator. After a change of career and a 40-year hiatus from working with metal, I took […]

Nov 25

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Nov 29

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Nov 30

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]

Dec 1

South Gallery: A Tribute to Watercolor West’s 50th (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art

This exhibit is to remind people that Watercolor West was originated in this region of Southern California.A group of painters including Milford Zornes, Rex Brandt, Joanna Mersereau, Don O’Neal and other local artists were instrumental in organizing Watercolor West. It is a reminder to all artists that it is important to support the survival and appreciation […]