SECOND SUNDAY SPOTLIGHT
Catherine Daley hosts our next PRS Second Sunday Spotlight at the Museum of Sonoma County (MSC), where she has pieces in a group exhibition of 14 artists. We will meet at the museum on Sunday August 11 from 2-4 PM. There is plenty of free parking around the museum on Sundays. This will be the last day of the Kinetics: Art in Motion show, a fascinating exhibition that should not be missed! The various artworks are variously set in motion by ambient air currents, gravity, light, mechanical motors, electrical power, and human contact. MSC director Jeff Nathanson, as well as curator Satri Pencak, will be on hand to talk to attendees. For those of you who don't know, Jeff was the previous director of the Richmond Art Center as well as ISC. His wife, Connie Tell, was PRSG's administrator for many years. Some of the participating artists will also be attending. The museum is located at 425 Seventh Street in Santa Rosa, CA 95401. Find more information about MSC at https://museumsc.org/visit/.
PLEASE NOTE A CHANGE IN PLANS: Due to museum policies there will be NO POTLUCK; please plan to eat lunch before attending.
Admission is waived for the group as a special opportunity for Pac Rim members, so make sure you register. Those with museum memberships such as the De Young have reciprocal agreements and free admission. Of course, the museum appreciates any and all donations.
Catherine also invites attendees to travel at 4 PM to the outdoor sculpture garden of the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts (LBC), located just a few exits north of the MSC in Santa Rosa, where PRS members Kati Casida, Catherine Daley and Jann Nunn have sculptures in the three-woman exhibition Harmonies, which opened September 2018 and continues through September 2020.
Find more information about LBC at https://lutherburbankcenter.org/visual-art/.
We look forward to seeing the works and gathering with all of you!
image above: Quercus Illuminosa by Catherine Daley (top)
Images below: Confluence by Catherine Daley (top left), Mark Malmberg sculpture at Museum of Sonoma County (top right) Jann Nunn (bottom left) and Kati Casida (bottom right) at Luther Burbank Center