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PMA Founder Honored
Left to right: Dave Pine, Ruth Waters, Katrina Rill, Marc Hershman, Emily Beach
Katrina Rill, on behalf of of Rep. Jackie Speier, presents Ruth Waters, PMA Founder and Executive Director, with a plaque honoring her leadership in promoting the arts and art appreciation in the Bay Area. The text of Rep. Speier's tribute was entered into the official Congressional Record of the U.S. House of Representatives for March 17, 2017. State Senator Jerry Hill sent a Certificate of Recognition delivered by Marc Hershman, and San Mateo County Supervisor Dave Pine and Burlingame City Councilwoman Emily Beach each toasted Ruth Waters at a March event celebrating PMA's 4 Years in Burlingame and Waters' 40 Years Supporting Arts on the Peninsula.
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The Museum Gift Shop offers works of art by local artists. Specializing in ceramics, jewelry, artist books and other fine art objects, our gift shop is an ideal venue for purchasing unique items with artistic appeal.
Special item while supplies last: Child of Giants, My Journey with Maynard Dixon & Dorothea Lange. This is a personal view documentary by Thomas Ropelewski, an American screenwriter, producer and director. He is best known for films Look Who's Talking Now, Loverboy, The Next Best Thing and The Kiss. He is married to screenwriter/producer, Leslie Dixon, the grandaughter of Maynard Dixon and Dorothea Lange.