Current and Upcoming
Closing Reception will be held on
This will be a Pac Rim party; bring pot luck hors d'oeuvres; the RAC will provide wine. Invite friends, family and fellow sculptors!
Two Part Exhibition of Art By Pacific Rim Sculptors
Juried By John Toki
Part 1: June 14th - July 11th
Digital Imagery for artists
Are you confused about applying for exhibitions online?
Tired of asking your friends and family for help?
Or maybe you'd just like to have a better understanding
about how to manage and save your photos of artwork?
Check out our upcoming workshop sponsored by PACRIM and the Mission College Art Dept.
Digital Imagery for Artists
How to upload pictures for juried exhibits and competitions File formats: JPEG, TIFF, PSD
File size: determining, changing, etc.
Room E2-202, 2nd floor of Main Building – enter from outdoor balcony 3000 Mission College Blvd.
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Sunday July 27th, 2-4 p.m.
Who: Open to all – Free to PACRIM members and Mission Students $10 for guests and others
About the Instructor:
Kristin Lindseth has taught Digital Art for several years at Mission College. She has also taught Drawing there, and teaches Figure Sculpture at the Triton Museum. She has recently re-joined Pacific Rim Sculptors, and her work will be in Part 2 of the Richmond Art Center exhibit.
For Info email
Group outing to the Oakwilde Ranch and Sculpture park to see the exhibition,
52 Artists on 52 Acres.
Juror: Tony Natsoulus
When: Saturday, April 19th.
Where: Oakwilde Ranch and Sculpture Park, 7111 S. Burson Road, Valley Springs, CA
Time: 11 am to whenever they kick us out
Rain or Shine - (they have a great indoor space and covered patio area)
Carpools can be set up.
Depending on how many people want to go, we have several options. The basic fee would be $10 per person to visit the grounds, with wine tasting and hors d'ouvres . We could bring our own lunches or do a potluck. They may be even talked into doing a bbq.
Please RSVP to Leitha Thrall, 510-703-3247 (cell) or email@example.com
Pacific Rim Sculptors End-of-Year celebratory party: Sunday December 15 from 3-7 PM at 1890 Bryant Street Studios in San Francisco's Mission District.
Saturday September 28th, 2013 some of us went to the Douglas & Sturgess DIY event and heard lectures about moldmaking, cold-casting, and other topics. There were delicious snacks, and some demonstrations of some interesting creations by other artists. There was also a visit to the Richmond Art Center's Bella retrospective,
Saturday June 8th, 2013 6:30-8:30pm we had a meeting in SF to discuss some important possibilities for our organization.
We visited the Zero1 Biennial in San Jose, CA, in September 2012.
ZERO1 exhibition design concept image courtesy of Christopher Haas.
We toured American Steel Studios in Oakland, CA, in August 2012. Founder Karen Cusolito showed us around.
Joe Theriault and components of "Star Seed," a sculpture by Kate Raudenbush of New York.
Jeff Owen took this shot from American Steel Studios; here's his photo documentary of the tour.
Arthur Comings also wrote an article about American Steel Studios for examiner.com.
We spent an evening at Transmission Gallery in Oakland, CA in November 2012.
The owner gave a great talk about the gallery and explained how to apply for a show there.
Interior of the Transmission Gallery.
Our members' show, "Beyond Gaga," was a big success at Works/San Jose Gallery, in February in San Jose, CA.