Archive for the ‘Sacramento Metal Artists’ Category

July 6th Summer Blow Out at Little Relics Boutique! 908 21st street, Sac, 95811. 9am-2pm

50% off jewelry by Susan Rabinovitz and 10% – 45% off select art. Come early to pick your favorite before it’s gone!

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Please drop off at the TEMP gallery 1616 del paso blvd. ~ sacramento design district

7′ dress made out of silverware by Molly Brown

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Valley Sculpture Artist’s 2012 Show featured

Second Saturday Reception at the BLUE MOON Gallery

Sacramento Metal Artists including: Molly Brown, Chris Fizz, Patty Paige Short, Kristen Hoard, Jarrod Mays, Chuck Sullivan, Ron Atnanacia, Vern Pisanelli, Anne Bradley, Kanika Marshall and many more!!

2353 Albatross Way, Sacramento, CA 95815, (916) 920-2444

Blue Moon Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Saturday noon – 5 pm

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Sac Metal Guild Meeting will not be at the studio on Thursday. We will be at the ribbon cutting for the R Street Corridor 4pm next to the Fox and Goose! Come check it out!! Many new metal sculptures from Sacramento artists just installed.

Gina Rossi's New Dragon Bike Rack on R street

On Thursday, January 19th the City of Sacramento, the Capitol Area Development Authority (CADA), and the property and business owners of R Street will celebrate the completion of the R Street Streetscape Improvements Project.  In order to commemorate this transformative project, a lighting ceremony to officially turn on the new R Street Archway will take place at 10th and R Streets.

The event will begins at 4:00 PM with a reception highlighting the number of improvements and new amenities constructed as part of the project.  The improvements include: new sidewalks, a concrete roadway, designated on-street parking, crosswalks, bulb-outs, streetlights for pedestrians, preservation of historic rail tracks, new drainage, public art, archways, bike racks and benches.  The new art and bike racks will be spotlighted at the event along with the artists that created them.  Additionally, representatives of the City of Sacramento, CADA, the Sacramento Area Council of Governments, and the R Street Stakeholders will be on hand to speak about the project.

This event is open to the public.

Design studio of artist, Thomas Ramey

“This site is a way for me, to not only show examples of my work, but also the type of projects that are possible. Essentials in Steel, is ment to be a place where anyone with a need, or an idea, weather it be a piece of furniture, accessory, an artistic architectural project, or a private/public art commission, can talk with an artist and fabricator, about bringing their ideas to reality. If you would like to discuss any ideas or needs you may have, feel free to contact me. “Thank you for your interest in my work.” – Thomas

Sculpture Longevity by Thomas Ramey

Please meet amazing sculptural artist, Molly Brown. Her vision of creating a 7 foot free standing dress comprised of dinnerware.

We call all supporters of the art community to drop off forks, spoons, knives and various utensils of the stainless steel variety to help Molly complete her vision.

Please deliver or mail utensils to the Sacramento Metal Arts Guild 2556 Albatross Way, Suite E, Sacramento, CA 95815. Thanks for your Support!!

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