Padua Hills Art Fiesta 2019
The Claremont Museum of Art's 16th Annual Padua Hills Art Fiesta welcomed nearly 900 hundred visitors to enjoy art, film, food and music on a picture-perfect day at the Padua Hills Theatre in Claremont on November 3, 2019. Photos by Reine Bouret and Catherine McIntosh.

Thanks to David Armstrong and the American Museum of Ceramic Art for presenting the exhibition Paul Soldner: Playing with Fire and to Claremont Heritage for showing the related film. Special appreciation to our sponsors Jeffrey K. Stark & Associates, Investment Services; Wheeler Steffen Sotheby’s International Realty; and Ryan Zimmerman, Broker Associate, WSSIR.

We met our newest Fiesta artists Patricia Acuna, Laura Barnes, Su Cheatam, Marc Gordon, Steve Rushingwind, Karen Werner, and welcomed returning artists Paul Brayton, Michael Cheatham, Ellen Dinerman, Gina Lawson Egan, Kirsten Erickson, Paul Faulstich, Sumi Foley, Rebecca Hamm, Kathryn Herrman, Joyce Hesslegrave, Patricia Hinds, David Holtzberger, Aleta Jacobson, Annie Marquis, Jerry Owens, T and Jon Pacini, Damien Ross, Gaby Tepper, Barry Vantiger, David Wade, Ahlene Welsh and Jan Wheatcroft.

“Art in Action” was provided by AMOCA, Laguna Clay, The Arts Area, Chaffey Community Museum of Art, Cisneros Mosaics and art activities with dA Center for the Arts. Thanks to the wonderful musicians: Dylana Ausman, James Donaldson, David Hostetler, and Violet Wine with Jessie Lyn and Kyle Thompson.

Much gratitude for our dedicated Art Fiesta team: Beth Benjamin, Alba Cisneros, Ross Focke, Susan Guntner, Catherine McIntosh, Barbara Musselman, Alexandra Ofstedahl, Rae Rottman, Anne Seltzer, Elaine Turner, Rebecca Ustrell, and Ryan Zimmerman. And finally, thanks to all the CMA volunteers and Scout Troop 407 for their invaluable helping hands.
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