Simon Rodia took 33 years to build his towers in Watts, Gustave Eiffel built a famous tower in France and Antoni Gaudi created 18 towers as part of the temple of th Sagrada Familia in Spain. These towers soar above us, but also inspire us
WATCH ART HAPPEN invites teams of artist to be inspired by these structures and take the opportunity to create their own art towers. More than one million visitors will view the process as part of the exhibition The Making of Art at the Millard Sheets Center for the Arts at Fairplex during the 2009 L.A. County Fair, Sept. 5 through Oct. 4 Teams will receive a commission of $3,000 for their Art Towers. For more information: Millard Sheets Center for Arts Coordinator: Dina Romero 909-446-7242
Millard Sheets Center for the Arts 1101 W. McKinley Ave. Pomona, Ca. 91768 909-865-4560
SCA Project Gallery will be hosting an art raffle. This fundraiser is a great opportunity for people to win some great art donated by local artists and help out SCA. Tickets will be sold throughout the week and the drawing will take place on Memorial Day, Monday May 25th. Tickets will be $5 each or 5 tickets for $20. Bunny Gunner will have some tickets on hand available for purchase.Tickets will be sold May 16 - May 25 - respond to this E-mail address: email@example.com, and we will be sure to get tickets to you. If you would like to attend the Memorial Day get-together, let Cheryl Bookout know and she will send details. Click below to see all the details
With the addition of three new galleries, the Pomona Arts Colony continues to grow as one of the leading art walks in Southern California. Did you drive down here and couldn't find parking? Well thats a good thing, that means we are continuing to break records with the attendance for the art walk. There were a few big events that contributed to the large crowds. The Downtown Center had to student shows, one of the SAE highschoolers and the other showing the winners of the Tile Mural contest for Pomona students. Another student show was also held at the dA featuring the work of PUSD students. The Glass House had a huge show, the Fox Theater had an art auction to benefit Wounded Warriors, and the church had their regular service. Also adding to the mayhem was "Safety in Numbers", the group photography show at DBA256, our show here at Bunny Gunner with Cathy Garcia and David Flury, and a big print making group show at 57 Underground. To add to this already full night, 3 new galleries opened their doors. One was The Blue Core Gallery showing the work of Cheryl Bookout down on the west end of 2nd St. Another was Mirimar Longboards, located just over by Joey's Gallery. An lastly, OBJCT Gallery opened it's doors with an amazing display of hard edge modern type artwork. Welcome to the neighborhood new galleries, just remember, you have to do this everymonth. And I can't forget to mention the Rolo Castillo has a display of about 100 of his rock posters plastered on the walls of Joey's Art Bar. And A.S. Ashley opened his studio doors and invited people to come on in as part of the art walk. and the Farmer's Market had over 1,800 people come through. All in all it was the perfect night for an art walk in a colony that continues to expand. -Juan and Susie
Our good friends Steve and Cori Ruiz will be opening their brand
new gallery The Blue Core Gallery featuring the art of Cheryl Bookout, which happens to be one of our favorite artist and is also a dear friend of us here Bunny Gunner. Cheryl opened our gallery 2 years ago with a beautiful and successful show.
Bunny Gunner Cathy Garica and David Flury this 2nd Saturday at Bunny Gunner Opening Reception May 9th, 6-10pm