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   We are pleased to announce that the PVAA Team and Board Members will be holding a Meet and Greet table at this year at The Claremont’s 4th of July Celebration

   and festival in Memorial Park in Claremont, our booth will be there from 10am-2pm. Please stop by and say hello and support if you are in the area. We also plan on

   displaying a few artwork representing Gallery SOHO at the event, with a concentration on the Fundraising Artworks from our un hand collection. We will be there to 

   give the community more information about all the new opportunities that the PVAA has to offer to the community and artists in our new exciting location in The 

   Claremont Village. – Team PVAA and Board Members 

 

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Monday, July 4, 2022 – Breakfast, Parade, Festival, & Concert 

The festivities will continue Monday, July 4, 2022, with the return of the pancake breakfast, parade, festival, and concert. The Kiwanis will be serving a delicious pancake breakfast from 7:00 a.m. -10:00 a.m. at Memorial Park. At 9:00 a.m. there will be a flag raising ceremony that includes presentations for the Grand Marshal, Honored Citizen, Honored Community Group, Community Heroes, and Rising Star honorees. The festival featuring information booths, kids activities, live music, and food vendors will begin at 10:00 a.m. and end at 2:00 p.m. The T. Willard Hunter Speakers Corner will run from 10:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

The annual parade will begin at its new time, 10:00 a.m. at Memorial Park and travel south on Indian Hill, west on Harrison and end at Larkin Park.

On the evening of July 4, 2022, the community is invited to a free concert at Memorial Park. The concert replaces the previously scheduled Fireworks Show. The City is under new water restrictions due to the ongoing drought. Preparation for the fireworks show requires extensive watering in the days leading to the show, accounting for approximately 650,000 gallons of water.  In late May, Staff made the difficult decision to cancel the Fireworks Show in light of the drought and replace it with a free community concert.  The Kiwanis Club will be serving up BBQ items beginning at 5:00 p.m.   Claremont favorites, The Ravelers, will take the stage at 6:00 p.m. and perform until 8:00 p.m.

 

ARTIST CALL JULY Artist Call and Update 

The PVAA Monthly Juried Show will be conducted with  Kunst-Matrix, in a virtual, online gallery beginning with the July 2022 show, themed – Exotic Places.  This change will allow for a wider audience to view and purchase your art!   So, in lieu of dropping off your artwork at the Art Place in Montclair Place , you will now be able to submit your entry(s) and pay for your submission(s) from the comfort of your home.  The entry fees will remain the same (see website) and are to be paid via Shopify when you receive your invoice.  The following information must be emailed to pvaa.virtualart@gmail.com in order to qualify:  

  • Artist’s full name
  • Address 
  • Phone number
  • Clear image(s) of the artwork(s) minus the frame sent as a (JPEG) – below each photo type the following:
    • Title of the Artwork
    • Medium used
    • Size of the Artwork
    • Price or NFS (Not for Sale)
    • Limit 3 entries per person
    • Monthly Show fees remain the same for members and non-Pvaa members.  Please refer to website at pvaa.net

Once an entry is accepted, an invoice will be emailed to you through Shopify.  Due to the Fourth of July Holiday, the July Monthly Show will run from July 6th through July 31, 2022.  Therefore, your entry must be uploaded no later than Thursday, June 30th by 6:00 pm.  Remember, this will be our new normal.  We look forward to your continuing participation!  Should you have any questions, please contact Sonia Sleeger at sosleeger@hotmail.com. We thank you for your participation – Monthly Show Team Sonia Sleeger, Lysa Ashley and Su Cheatham 

 

 

 

Congratulations to all our amazing entries and Award Winners!

ARTIST CHOICE 

Thank You to our Guest Art Show Judge Elisa Arancibia of Elisa Arancibia Fine Art for Judging our June Monthly Show 

 

First Place    Sharon Juliussen *  ” Mission Gathering ” Oil 

2nd Place Lysa Ashley * ”  Queen of Beasts”Pastel

3rd Place Su Cheatham * ”  Jelly Fish ”  Collage 

 

 

Honorable Mention*  Andre Ford* ” As One ” Stippling 

 

  Honorable Mention* Micheal Cheatham * ” Skater Boy 2  ” Photography 

 

 Student  Award.  Hannah Ray “Crestfallen”  Acrylic 

 

Student Award  Aurora McKinney ” The Sweet Fox ”  Watercolor 

 

 

Pomona Valley Art Association has exciting things in store for 2022 – our 70th year! 

March is when all of our Members renew their annual Membership, and it’s easier than ever using our Online Gallery.  Just use the ‘Membership’ link to purchase the membership level of your choice, and checkout!  Members receive our e-Newsletter, special pricing on Monthly Show Entries, and our Hearty Thanks.

Share with a friend!  Let others know about the PVAA – we can use everyone’s support in 2022. 

Click here and choose the membership that applies to you .

 

 

 

Click photo  to view  full collection 

All proceeds for Art Sale directly to support the PVAA                       

https://pvaaonline.myshopify.com/collections/end-of-year-art-sale-fundraiserClick to visit current original artworks for Art Sale Fundraiser 

 

 

The best chalk artists in the world ⭐️ have once again gathered during the Memorial Day Weekend, May 2022, to create amazing artwork at The Santa Barbara Mission

Our very own Artist Member Lysa Ashley , among many mediums she works in, she is also a Chalk Artist , she participated in this amazing art event, check out the utube link for a beautiful presentation by 

Dave Sommers Drone Work click here to see the presentation .

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dseG-OaGuzM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

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