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Museum of Sonoma County  January 27- May 26, 2024

Jay has his piece, Rotating Discs #1, in the show, A Question of Balance: Selected Works from Pacific Rim Sculptors at the Museum of Sonoma County. Join us for the opening reception on Saturday, January 27, 2024 from 5 – 7pm. The show features over 46 artists in a range of media. And check out Pacific Rim Sculptors to see the things they do. 

Santa Cruz Open Studios 2023 — October 14, 15, 21, and 22

We had a wonderful Open Studios again this year. Lots of familiar faces and new ones, too. Plus, this year we are hosted two additional artists, Jonathan Porterfield (pottery) and Joshua Salesin (woodturning). 

Sculpture Is: In the Garden, June 1 through October, 2023 at Sierra Azul Nursery. 

The show opens June 1, 2023! This is Pajaro Valley Arts' seventeenth exhibit, with over 50 artists presenting. Jennifer and Jay each have three pieces in the show this year. Come see at Sierra Azul Nursery in Watsonville, California. 

Santa Cruz Style Magazine, Spring 2023

Editor/Creative Director Seal Riley and writer Elizabeth Ivanovich spent some time with us at our studio earlier in the year. We're thrilled to be featured in the Spring 2023 issue of Santa Cruz Style Magazine. Click the PDF to view. 

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Santa Cruz Open Studios Art Tour, October 2022

Thank you all for attending our Open Studios Tour this year. North County dates this year were October 1, 2, 15 , and 16. We enjoyed meeting many new people as well as welcoming back some of you from our past years' events. We really appreciate your support!

Sculpture Is: In the Garden, June 1 through October, 2022 at Sierra Azul Nursery. 

We had a wonderful reception on June 9, 2022! This is Pajaro Valley Arts' sixteenth iteration of the exhibit, with over 40 Artists presenting, and it an absolute treat to see all of the work in this gorgeous setting. Jay has three pieces in the show this year, the colorful 4-axis Kinetic MobileVoluminous Bubble Vasiform, and Four Red Rings. See the show at the two-acre demonstration garden at Sierra Azul Nursery in Watsonville, California.