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1337 Gallery • Upcoming


Art from the Inner World


Due to unforseen circumstances due to COVID-19, this exhibition has been cancelled. We sincerely apologize to all applicants who have applied or were planning to apply. All entry fees will be returned to those who have applied. As Art Works Downtown adjusts our programing, we are working towards offering new opportunities in the near future. 





Beauty or Truth
An exhibition by Pacific Rim Sculptors

August 7–September 18, 2020 • postponed from April 2020
Receptions: August 14 • 5–8pm + September 11 • 5–8pm

Members of Pacific Rim Sculptors are encouraged to submit images of their three-dimensional artwork for consideration to be included in the exhibition BEAUTY or TRUTH. 


While it is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, Merriam Webster defines it as “a combination of qualities, such as shape, color, or form, that pleases the aesthetic senses” and truth as “that which is in accordance with fact or reality.” The Latin phrase Pulchritudo splendor veritatis (beauty is the splendor of truth) is thousands of years old, and suggests that beauty and truth are interrelated. John Keats famously declared “Beauty is truth, truth beauty, -- that is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.” 

As truth has been called into question in our current politically-charged era, we are seeking sculptural artworks that reference beauty or truth, ranging from the purely aesthetical to issue-related, or works that address both.


JUROR Chandra Cerrito, principal Chandra Cerrito / Art Advisors  

Chandra Cerrito has over 20 years of experience as an art advisor and public art consultant. After earning a BA in art history and Certificate of Visual Art from Princeton University and an MFA in sculpture from California College of the Arts, she worked in Bay Area galleries and art consulting firms. In 2007, Cerrito opened the Oakland-based gallery Chandra Cerrito Contemporary and served as the director of for over a decade. In 2004, she founded Chandra Cerrito / Art Advisors, in Napa, CA, which helps create collections for corporate, hospitality and health care clients. As a public art advisor, she has worked with developers, property owners, and cities to manage over 45 public art projects and develop public art policy.


PACIFIC RIM SCULPTORS The exhibition is organized by the non-profit Pacific Rim Sculptors, a chapter of the International Sculpture Center  publisher of Sculpture magazine, and organizer of the annual International Sculpture Conference. 

The exhibition is free for all Pacific Rim Sculptors members to apply. Non-members may join PRS via this link 


ACCEPTABLE WORKS include small to large free-standing, pedestal-mounted, wall-mounted and suspended sculpture, both indoor and outdoor. 



  • Submission is FREE and open to members of Pacific Rim Sculptors (join PRS at 
  • Sculpture in any media will be considered. Artworks can be free-standing, pedestal supported, wall-mounted, or suspended. 
  • A maximum of three artworks may be submitted, with as many as three views of each artwork for a maximum of images total of nine images. 
  • Wall mounted sculpture size is limited to 6 feet in any dimension. 
  • Selected artworks must be hand delivered to the gallery. Artists will be responsible for all packaging and transportation costs. 
  • Accepted works must be ready for exhibition and presented professionally. 
  • Insurance of artwork is the responsibility of the artist. Art Works Downtown has never experienced incidents of theft or significant damage. 
  • Most works must be for sale. Art Works Downtown accepts 40% donation upon sale. 
  • Selected artists will be required to submit an Artist Bio and Statement of not more than 200 words each. 


  • Images must be high quality JPEG, PNG, or TIFF files. 
  • Recommended image resolution is 300 PPI, with longest dimension of 3000 pixels (i.e., 10"), and a maximum file size of 10 MB (minimum resolution of 100 PPI.) 


  • Exhibition Dates: April 24–June 12, 2020 
  • Entries due: March 27, 11:59pm 
  • Delivery: Saturday April 18, 1-4pm 
  • First Day of exhibition: Friday April 24 
  • International Sculpture Day: Saturday April 25, 10-4pm 
  • Reception and Art Walk: Friday May 8, 5-8pm 
  • Closing Reception: Friday June 12, 5-8pm 
  • Pick up: June 12, 8pm and June 13, 10am–2pm 


Pacific Rim Sculptors  

Non-PRS Member join via this link  



PRS Exhibitions Committee Co-Chairs: Jann Nunn & Catherine Daley 

PRS Marin Area Coordinator: Peter Keresztury 

PRS San Francisco Area Coordinator: Charles H. Stinson 


QUESTIONS: Email questions and your phone number with subject heading "Exhibition Question" to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



To Be Announced

September 25–November 6, 2020
Reception: October 9 • 5–8pm

Small Works Exhibition

November 13—December 23, 2020
Receptions: November 13,5–8pm + December 11, 5–8pm 

Theme: AWD's annual exhibition featuring a large quantity of artists’ quality artwork for sale to the holiday gift buying public.

  • This award-winning non-profit gallery hosts six to eight exhibitions a year. Exhibitions are juried or invitational.  How to apply