Please join us to Paint Rocks! in celebration of International Sculpture Day on Sunday, April 29th from 1pm to 4pm. at the T Barny Gallery & Sculpture Gardens.
Inspired by the Kindness Rocks Project and Sonoma County groups Healdsburg Rocks, Santa Rosa Rocks, and Petaluma Rocks, we will be painting rocks to hide far and wide, spreading inspiration and a smile to all who come across them.
The Kindness Rocks Project is to Inspire others through randomly placed rocks along the way and Recruit every person who stumbles upon it to join in the pursuit of inspiring others through random acts of kindness.
This event is in partnership with the International Sculpture Center, Please let us know if you are coming so we can have a rock for you – email@example.com
A native of California with a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, T Barny is a professional sculptor creating exquisite works in stone and bronze for over three decades. During his career, he has produced more than 1000 sculptures that range in size from one-foot-tall tabletop pieces to twelve-foot-tall corporate and public installations that can weigh upwards of 9 Tons. His works have been shown in over 100 galleries in 20 countries worldwide and he has participated in more than 400 group and individual exhibitions. He has worked as an artist-in-residence in such locations as Greece and Italy, as well as several locations throughout the U.S., though the majority of his work is done from his home studio in Healdsburg, California, where the T Barny Gallery & Sculpture Garden is also located.
The International Sculpture Center (ISC) is a member-supported, nonprofit organization founded in 1960 to champion the creation and understanding of sculpture and its unique, vital contribution to society. Members include sculptors, collectors, patrons, architects, developers, journalists, curators, historians, critics, educators, foundries, galleries, and museums—anyone with an interest in and commitment to the field of sculpture.
International Sculpture Center
The Kindness Rocks Project