Pacifica Murals is a collective of artists whose mission is to build and strengthen community through art. We believe in cultivating unity without uniformity and celebrating beauty wherever it is seen. We understand that we ALL have unique differences and those differences enrich human interactions and life, itself. We recognize multiculturalism and strive for anti-racism. We see vari-colored flowers of one garden. Each sets off and enhances the other’s beauty. There is unity in diversity.
We create murals in San Mateo County and surrounding areas
Paint & Sip Events!
We have 1 upcoming paint and sip events. These events sell out quickly:
- Sunday, March 27, 2022. 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM 7.3.1 Designs will again be hosting a fun afternoon Paint & Sip Fundraiser with Robert Louthan guiding you through a gorgeous ocean and northern lights scene. Visit Eventbrite for tickets
- Past event: Paint and Sip at 7.3.1 Studio in Pacifica on January 23, 1pm to 4pm SOLD OUT was a big hit!
Here’s what we’ll be painting January 23rd!
News update: February, 2022
Our third mural is complete! The north wall mural was painted by our artist Jeffrey Wong. In Jeffrey’s mural he painted this quote in the ocean water…
“Ancestors, make us your tool to bridge the past with the present.
Ancestral spirit, guide us through this life journey, to the future you have planned for us. Ancestral beings, connect us with this living universe, for we can do our part to keep this world whole.”
News update: October, 2021
The West Mural is completed. We are very happy to announce that Robert Louthan has completed his large mural on the west wall of the Pumphouse at Linda Mar Beach (Pacifica State Beach). If you haven’t seen it, take a look, it’s a masterpiece.
News update: June, 2021
The South Mural is completed. For those of you following along with this project we have completed level 1! Big thanks to Jason Budowski for his contribution and youth inspired mural. You can see more of Budowski’s work on his website: budowski.net. If you are ever in the Pacifica Taco Bell and see a wolf looking at you, that’s his mural.