PÄS Gallery + Studio

We are artists who love our community.

PÄS (pronounced pause) is an art gallery slash studio within the Magoski Arts Colony in downtown Fullerton. we love artists and their lives. we believe the more you invest into an artist’s life, the better, richer, and easier their art, expression and character develops. we invite you to come explore the shows at PÄS Gallery and to empower the artists on display.

PÄS celebrates art through active studio space, hosting art exhibits, and bringing community together.
Think Neighborhood.


Do Art. View Art. Love People.

To be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight; and never stop fighting.”
— e. e. cummings


project art school was brianprince’s MFA journey that started in january 2008. it existed as a blogspot journal tracking the progress, process, projects, lessons, events, inspirations and motivations along the way. it’s still live and can be accessed as a design resource and for browsing the archive. check it out here: http://projectartschool.blogspot.com.

the birth of this brainchild, PÄS, sprouted in may 2009 when brianprince withdrew out of his third semester of the MFA program at Cal State Fullerton with an idea bigger than the box of academia. his idea was to serve the art community with an underground, warehouse-style art supply and lounge. (read i am a serif)  it would start by catering to his very own people — art students. the idea was to have pre-packaged supply kits for lower division art courses, a place to ask questions, have open forum on anything art or school-related, and a much more comfortable place to peruse art and design books than the barnes & noble floor. today, brian and kristy prince are attempting to live that dream. rather than underground, they found themselves sharing warehouse space with two outstanding art venues, Violethour Studio and Hibbleton Gallery, in the soco district, at 223 W. Santa Fe Ave in downtown fullerton. sometimes God has better plans than we can ever imagine. PÄS, the new project art school has been established october, 2009. welcome.

Around the Web

Downtown Fullerton Art Walk
Coast Magazine
Jimmy Cheng Photography

Alliwell Studios
Fullerton Foundry
Magnet of Madness 1
Magnet of Madness 2
OC Register
SparkOC Article
OC Art Blog
Riviera Magazine OC, pg. 128
Merchant Circle
Google Places
Facebook Group
Facebook Fan Page

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With an ideal blend of creative juice, meticulous production, and a down-to-earth personality, brian prince lends a unique character to managing his design studio.