Christian Ornelas & Liselotte Marin

Does this Art make me look FAT?

ONE NIGHT ONLY

NOVEMBER 8, 2014 | 6-9PM

An eclectic array of work composed of found objects, metal sculpture, paint and young angst.

A duet art show bringing painting and metal sculpture together. Artists, Liselotte Marin, an Art History student at Cal State San Bernardino, and Neighbor Kid (Christian Ornelas), a High School Senior at the School of Arts & Enterprise, have been working creatively to bring a fresh collaboration. All art is for sale and priced reasonably.

Screen Shot 2014-11-03 at 6.51.04 PMLiselotte Marin gets her inspiration from things she views as ugly, highlighting the beauty within them.

Neighbor Kid (Christian Ornelas)’s paintings are a mixture of bold colors and hard lines, while his metal sculptures are more organic and flowing. He gathers his inspirations from his environment and its uniqueness.

Angel ONCE

Screen Shot 2014-10-11 at 7.48.55 AMAngel ONCE, the “real pink elephant kat. His well known Angry Elephant pieces started showing up on walls, signs, canvas and toys in 2011. @angleonce | Instagram

While a large majority of Angel’s art can be seen publicly on walls and on his custom Angry Elelphant products, he agreed to show off a collection of his gallery works in the LOFT.

The LOFT is proud to display these works, Saturday, October 11, 2014 during the Pomona Art Walk. The LOFT will be open from 6p-9p(ish).


pop up art showBring your wallet, blackbook and camera to the Closing POP-UP show on Friday, October 24, 2014 and experience even more of AngelONCE. There will added pieces and a ton of small works (like ornaments, journals, toys, and more).


Angel will be in and out throughout the night and will also be set up in the “Farmer’s Market” down the street, selling his custom toys and smaller painted items.

Here are some of his other works:

Photography in the LOFT

Downtown Pomona is loved by photographers. On any given day, there are photographers shooting in the alley, in front of fountains, in the middle of the train tracks, up against a brick wall or in our Loft.

With north & south facing windows, the unique light that seeps through the windows in our Loft, painting dramatic shadows across the wood floors and the vintage furniture. The soft light from our North facing windows is ideal for portraits, however the dramatic southern light makes for some fabulous artistic shots. The space is large enough to have both or simply move towards the middle of the space and set up studio lighting.

Many of the photographers utilizing the space fall in love with the furniture. Feel free to move a few things around push your shoot to tell a story.


Regular Rates start at $65/hr (2 hr min) or $250/Half day (4 hr). Book a half day and receive a $25 Gift Card to IE Photo Rentals (across the street). 20% off for students at a community college or 4 year university. (Need a current schedule of classes).

Standard portraiture, boudoir, fashion, product, and more are all welcome. Need extra lenses, dolly, glidecam, lighting or even a second camera body, IE Photo Rentals has reasonable prices and a great selection of items available to rent for your next shoot.


Photographers: Joe Adea, Mattheau Abad, JMP Artistry, Hairface, EvansEyePhotography, Arali Melendez, Jonathan Mediana, Jay Open

Models: Bruna NessifJaslyn OmeJulissa Bermudez, TiJahnni Newton, Hector Ruiz Romo, Gracie Rose Chapman, Kai Streets, Aaron Encinas

Art Walk: Vicky Thomas

Vicky Thomas | Jewelry / Sculpture / Watercolor

Screen shot 2014-06-10 at 10.24.49 AMVicky began her career in jewelry making in a high school class at Claremont High, and then went on to earn her Associates Degree in Commercial and Fine Arts from Citrus College. She has worked as a production hand design jeweler at Figg Jewelry, a company serving stores such as Nordstrom’s and Macy’s. Additionally, She has shown her artwork in mixed media at galleries, stores, and libraries. Vicky has been twice honored by the Friends of Pomona Library as a Master Artist. In 1997, she began teaching at Tri-Community Adult Education as a wire wrap jewelry teacher and expanded her classes to include lapidary, silversmithing and bead stringing. She has taught art through the DA Center for the Arts community outreach program, Artlink, and also taught jewelry making at Hacienda – La Puente Adult education and after school programs for the
Ontario-Montclair School District. Vicky also works as a teaching aid to special need students throughout LA County.

Vicky Thomas will be doing a one night show at the LOFT during Second Saturday Art Walk. She will be showcasing and selling her handmade jewelry, as well as a handful of various mixed media art pieces.

Saturday, June 14, 2013 | 6-9PM

543 WEST 2ND STREET, DOWNTOWN POMONA, 91766

 

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Art Walk: POLYchromatic

DeMonteverde AdMay is Student Art Month and the Loft is proud to showcase Sarah DeMonteverde, a student at Azusa Pacific University

A reflection of passion for expression, heritage and diverse colors envisioned through the creative process. Polynesian influenced work, embracing color theory and movement, paired with a live performance of traditional Polynesian dance.

Sarah DeMonteverde

Sarah DeMonteverde

Currently a first-year student at Azusa Pacific University, Sarah DeMonteverde is beginning her second year in the Fall of this year. Majoring in Graphic Design, with a passion to help serve in illustrating for a cause; aiding those who want or need more of a voice culturally, spiritually, or even just personally.

Creativity has always been a strongly rooted part of Sarah’s life, but it wasn’t until she started dancing Polynesian dance that she realized how vast her passion for the arts was, as well as the love I had for intertwining culture with fine art. Though not Polynesian, Sarah has made it a point to embrace the culture with an open mind, and a willing artisan’s heart to create her own style that is influenced by both roots of the tradition of the Pacific, and ideas for the future. Whether through the making of art on a canvas, or dancing to colorful rhythms, Sarah expresses wholly her deepest thoughts and understanding of what this life has to offer.

All art is priced to sell, including prints. Perfect for a Mother’s Day gift ;)

SATURDAY, MAY 10TH 6-10P

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Grad Parties

Grad instaCongratulations to the many students who’ve worked hard and spent countless hours finishing up papers, service hours, internships and whatever else was needed to be able to walk across a stage and receive your degree, diploma, or certificate.

We welcome you to celebrate your graduation & commencement with us at the LOFT. Book soon so you we can hold your date and time.

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Fill out your online HOLD Request here

Cal Poly Pomona, University of La Verne, Western University of Health Sciences, Mount San Antonio College, Citrus College, Chaffey College, Cal State Fullerton, Cal State Riverside, Cal State San Bernadino, USC, UCLA, APU, Azusa Pacific University, Life Pacifc University, Pomona College, Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences, Claremont Graduate University, Scripps College, Claremont McKenna College, Harvey Mudd College, Pitzer College, Claremont School of Theology, Claremont Lincoln, Claremont High, Pomona High, Pomona Catholic, Garey High, Ganesha High, Ranch Hills, Village Academy, School of Arts and Enterprise, Bonita High, Damien High, San Antonio High, Chino Hills High
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Art Walk: Once A Girl Scout

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The Loft is pleased to present 4 distinct artists, all who happen to be Girl Scout Alumnae. Sally Egan, Nicole Frazer, Shelley Bruce, and Samantha Montag. A night to honor women of courage, confidence and character.

Troop 2974 will be on hand with Girl Scout cookies (as well as down the street), so be prepared.

MARCH 8, 2014 | 6P-10P

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Art Walk: We Journey

WE JOURNEY AD1Black History Month had its beginnings in 1926 in the United States. The LOFT is proud to celebrate the innovation, art and strength of African Americans past, present and future. For the second year, we present a very special show, We Journey.

We are honored to present new art from Photographer Trellis Evans, Painter John Lee & Metal Sculpturer Dan Romero.

They will all be displaying BRAND NEW works, telling the story of people’s journey.

6p-10p February 8, 2014

Three loved artists, unveiling brand new work, all in one night. Their art will remain up for the duration of the month (by appointment only) and most pieces will be for sale (priced for all budgets). Come out and meet the artists.


Trellis EvansTrellis Evans of EvansEyePhotography is an editorial fashion photographer working with some of Los Angeles’ most beautiful talent. Last year Trellis made a trip to Ethiopia and was privileged to bring back a beautiful array of photos that warmly share the soul of those he came in contact with. Trellis will display both works side by side, exhibiting both the contrast and similarities of cultures. Both environments instinctly beautiful, yet both uniquely diverse.

John LeeJohn Lee, a seasoned photographer, is displaying a unique flag painting that will speaks of the pain, joy and perseverance many experience throughout the journey. John studied at the Memphis College of Art and is continuing his art education at the University of La Verne. John was co-owner of the innovative TwentyMilesEast gallery in Pomona, which was instrumental in bringing legendary African-American artists from around the globe, right here on our block.

Dan RomeroDan Romero, world-renown Metal Sculpturer, will be presenting a collection of new sculptures entitled “Busting Thru!” A collection of rebardoorknobs, angst and flight. Dan’s work is featured through Europe. Recently, he worked with various artists in Germany, serving as the US Ambassador. You can find his work locally at the Sam Maalof Museum, the 2nd Street Sculpture Park and in his private studio located at the Pomona Packing Plant.

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Art Walk: Legion of Gents

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Mencius said, “A man has to live with himself; so he should see to it that he is always good company.” A celebration of the art of being a gentleman via music, video, art, spirits and fashion.

 Artists

Amanda Allphin  – Photography  |  Shane Belcher – Photography

Christian Marotta – Pencil  |  Gus Quintana  – Painting

Entertainment

Music by Dj Sulcus (Electronica, Trap, HipHop)  |  Visuals by Major Gape

Vendors

Louis Gregory – selected vintage goods  |  More TBA

WHISKEY TASTING

JANUARY 11, 2014

6P-9P Art show  |  9P-12A Lounge

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Ugly Sweater Party

UGLY SWEATER PARTY 2013Join us in celebrating this holiday season by donning your tackiest holiday sweater, tie, vest, pants, or whatever else you can think of. An award will be presented for the most horrific attire to keep as bragging rights for years to come.

DECEMBER 17 from 7PM-10PM

Bring a bottle (wine, beer, whisky, nog, or cocoa) or dessert (pie, cheesecake, fruit tarts). Hey vegan/raw friends, feel free to show off (you may even get a couple converts). Let us know if you’re swinging by via email: lofton2nd@gmail.com

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