Members' Selected Images

Artist: Beach, Barry
Artist: Belden, Ann
Artist: Bengston-Jones, Patricia
Artist: Bologna, Joe
Sluice by Nancy D. Brown
Artist: Bruszewski, Walter
Artist: Coffey, Ellen
Artist: Daly, Stephen
Artist: Dayan-Whitehead, Rene
Apricatta by Syd Dunton
Artist: Dworin, Christopher
Artist: Erickson, Gene
Artist: Fitz-Faulkner, Eileen
Artist: Fox, Rebecca
Artist: Goodman, Lori
Artist: Hart, Dawn L.
Artist: Hoeber, Maru
Artist: Hughes, John W.
Artist: Allen, Jane Ingram
Artist: Johnson, Jane
Staccato by Rachel Karklin
Artist: Keresztury, Peter
Artist: King, Kathleen
Artist: King, Mary V.
Artist: Landet, Magels
Artist: Legge, Nancy
Artist: Lettieri, Marianne
Artist: Linderman, Bette
Artist: Lindseth, Kristin
Artist: Lobykin, Oleg
Artist: Lu, Jiajun
Artist: McJunkin, Lin
MEMORIAM by Lipofsky, Marvin
Artist: Dernham, Pamela Merory
Artist: Metz, Stephanie
Artist: Miller, Judy Bolef
Artist: Nunn, Jann
Artist: Orsburn, Brad
Emerging Man by Jeff Owen
Artist: Saint-Georges, Eric
Artist: Seltzer, Adele
Artist: Sherez, Zahava
Artist: Siegel, Cynthia
Locked in the Endless Cycle of Time by Marina Smelik
Artist: Stearns, Virginia
Diva by Barbara Stevens Strauss
Artist: Stinson, Charles H.
Artist: Stuart, Oceana Rain
Newborn Napping in Not-So-Nice Nest by Leitha L. Thrall
Bacon Seats by Lynne Todaro
Artist: Van Duren, Laura
Regeneration by Jim Wheeler
Alien Incoming by Corinne Whitaker
Artist: Woolverton, Jane

Members' Selected Images

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Pacific Rim Sculptors (PRS) is a Chapter of the International Sculpture Center (publisher of Sculpture magazine, sculpture.org

PRS has members in the San Francisco Bay Area, along the West Coast, & elsewhere around the continent & globe.  


PRS's Mission is to:

    • Promote artistic excellence
    • Provide collective opportunities & resources for members
    • Foster development of young artists
    • Contribute to communities by increasing public awareness & appreciation of sculpture as an important art form.


PRS's History


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Upcoming Events:

    • 21 Jan 2021
    • 15 Aug 2022
    • Virtual gallery & eventually at 110 The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA


    SCULPTURE of the PACIFIC RIM is an exhibition organized by the Pacific Rim Sculptors & curated by Robert Melton for the Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco (image left is by Oleg Lobykin). Call the Commonwealth Club to schedule a visit, or view the Virtual Exhibition at this link

    • 16 Aug 2022
    • 11:59 PM
    • Commonwealth Club of California

    Art Inspired by Travel showcases the works of artists who are inspired by travel. Traveling, whether locally or afar can be inspirational, memorable, and life-changing. Travel can foster cultural awareness, tolerance, and a deeper appreciation for the hidden beauty within our world. This is an open-call for sculptors of Pacific Rim to submit images of up to three artworks for consideration by juror & curator Robert Melton, organized by Pacific Rim Sculptors, a chapter of the International Sculpture Center.

    The exhibition will take place from September 30, 2022 to February 17, 2023 at the renowned Commonwealth Club of California in San Francisco. 


    For full information and to submit, please follow links below:

    PRS Members-only follow this link to submit 

    Submission fee is $55 for non-members and 

    FREE for members of PRS.

    Not a member? Join PRS at www.PacificRimSculptors.org/join


    Important Dates: 

    • Call for Entry deadline: August 16, 2022
    • Artist Notifications: August 19, 2022, at 11:59 pm
    • Installation: August 20 - September 16, 2022
    • Reception: Friday, 4:30 - 8:30 pm, September 30, 2022
    • Exhibition Dates: September 30, 2022 - February 17, 2023

Pacific Rim Sculptors is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization
and a Chapter of the International Sculpture Center 

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