December 9, 2023 – March 3, 2024
Tilden Daken (1876-1935) was a California landscape painter known primarily for his oil paintings of the California redwoods, the Sierra Nevada mountains, and countryside scenes in both Northern and Southern California. He is closely associated with the California Impressionists, who painted during the first three decades of the twentieth century. Daken’s life, travels, and adventures paralleled many of the important stories of California - from the Gold Fields, to the growth of San Francisco and the rise of Hollywood, to the state’s connections across the southern border with Mexico.
January 27- May 26, 2024
A juried exhibition of Pacific Rim Sculptors, A Question of Balance invites artists to submit work that explores the varied and multiple meanings and interpretations of “balance”. Balance can refer to gravity, to mathematics, to accounting, to opposing ideas or components, and so on. Balance is commonly defined as: a state of equilibrium or equipoise; equal distribution of weight or amount, or something used to produce equilibrium.
To learn more about the exhibiton and Pacific Rim Sculptors, or submit your work, visit pacificrimsculptors.org/A-Question-of-Balance
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