In movement there is life, growth, and evolution. Things that do not move – die. For Rey Mora, his artwork represents a lifting and moving of the spirit. This exhibition will highlight his Colibrí Collection with images of the hummingbird – a tiny, but mighty, creature in our environment that exemplifies movement.
A movement leads to progress, advancement, and improvement. Groups that do not move together – end. By integrating culturally relevant depictions and universal mathematical symbols into his art, Rey Mora expresses the ideal that we are all connected as we move through life on this planet.
LOFTon2nd is proud to host artist Rey Mora for two special evenings in June. Events are free and open to the public.
Friday, June 10, 2016 (Intimate Opening)
7pm – 9pm
Saturday, June 11, 2016 (Art Walk)
6pm – 10pm
Follow Rey Mora on Instagram at instagram.com/artbyreymora.
Pomona Art Walk is every 2nd Saturday in Historic Downtown Pomona. LOFTon2nd is located in the Edison Historic District on the westside of Downtown Pomona. Enjoy Art Galleries, craft vendors, music, food, and more.
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.
Liselotte 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.
LOFTon2nd is proud to present the talented Christopher Xavier Hernandez. He will be showing some unique pieces recovered from the depths of storage. Along with some friends, Xavier’s one night show will undoubtedly be one you won’t want to miss. He is a local Pomona Artist who has been involved in the Arts Community for at least fifteen years.
April 12 from 6-10p