PÄS bookmarks the page before starting a new chapter…


After seven years in the Fullerton community, PÄS Gallery will close its doors.

We made the difficult decision to stop showing our favorite local artists on the walls of PÄS Gallery. We are grateful for everyone who supported our endeavor (the list is endless): the art patrons, the press, downtown businesses, the community, and especially close friends and artists who are now considered family.

Being a founding member of the Downtown Fullerton Art Walk which launched in March of 2010, and later that year in October, a founding member of The Magoski Arts Colony, we did a lot, saw a lot, and learned a lot. Over the years we have gained an irreplaceable, authentic community which will undoubtedly last a lifetime. We might have coined the term ‘There’s Art In Fullerton’ but it is our honor to witness the Art in Fullerton and be a part of it. It’s been quite the ride. And from this day forward, we will continue to choose risk. We don’t have plans to jump into anything new just yet. The possibilities are endless. We will rest with the knowledge gained from our years as gallery owners, and when the time is right, we will take that knowledge and dream up the next chapter. By letting go of this small space, we are opening ourselves up to a bigger story.

In the meantime, we are proud to say Art is alive and well in Fullerton. You’ll still see us hanging out at downtown businesses, with our family, the colony, and taking trips to obscure parts of the country.

One of our greatest joys was holding to this statement from the beginning, “We are an avenue for emerging artists. We encourage that moment when someone is willing to make the choice and say, ‘I am an artist.’ That risk is what we thrive on.” By advocating for local artists and throwing art events promoting this beautiful subculture, we’ve walked along side of some great success stories, and that is what propels us into the future… to do art, view art, and love people.

The Prince Family (Brian, Kristy, Noah + Ezra)

Post Script: We hope you can make it out to the next art walk this Friday! Here is our schedule for March if you would like to come talk:
Friday, March 4, 6-10pm (Art Walk)
Wednesday, March 9, 9-11am (Coffee at The 223 with Brian + Kristy)
Wednesday, March 16, 9-11am (Coffee at The 223 with Brian + Kristy)

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