Cycles 2:Science Wood, Glass, Aluminum is featured at the California Contemporary Sculpture show at the Chico Art Center until June 20th, 2021.
The Sonoma Valley Museum of Art and the City of Sonoma have partnered on a public summer sculpture show, "A Delicate Balance", for which they asked me to install three of my monumental Cycles sculptures. This four-person show also features the work of Bruce Beasley, Jun Kaneko, and Catherine Daly. It will be showing until October 17th.
Photos courtesy of Ann Trinca
Three pieces from my "Memories" mixed media series will be featured at the Orange County Contemporary Center for Art, opening Saturday the 6th of February. I'll be one of the artists selected for a Zoom panel discussion about the show on Feb. 6th at 7:00pm. Please join us; login information is below.
From July 13 to August 24th I be in residence at the Art Ark Gallery in San Jose. The work can be seen HERE. It will be open for South First Friday (SoFF) August 7, and from now on every Saturday from 1-4 and anytime by appointment.
I've been fabricating new 48"x48"x48" corten Cycles 1 & 2 pieces for an upcoming show. I thought I'd share this time lapse video of 2 hours on the waterjet table. Thanks to Mark at Triton Waterjet in Napa.
I just completed a client commission for a Cycles sculpture. Cycles 2: Science/vertical is a re-imagining of the Cycles series, using stained and lasercut plywood panels to achieve a vertical effect.
Cycles 2: Science/Vertical; 2020; 48"x24"x24"; stain and plywood
Two of my pieces are featured in "faultLine: the County Experience", a group show at the Marin Civic Centers Bartollini Gallery, including works by Deborah Orapollo, Chester Arnold, Richard Shaw, and William Wiley.
"Incantation 2 (diptych)" and "Cycles 1: Religion" will be on display until March 31st. The show was curated by Marin Arts Commissioner Jennifer Wechsler.
I'm showing two pieces at the Great Wave: Art About the Ocean show that just opened at the Bedford Gallery in Walnut Creek.
Meant to be as deeper dive into the Discovery Project, I'm presenting a video documenting the burial of over 100 Buddha heads on the US pacific coast, between Mexico and Canada. I've intercut still images with elemental geometry, meant to be a bridge between culture and nature. See the video HERE.
The second piece is an installation of 104 cast stone Buddha heads arrayed on a blue canvas field of elemental geometry studded with symbols of the 118 elements from the periodic table.
It will be on display until March 22nd
I was asked to participate in the Bolinas Museum's biennale called Hardly Strictly Mini. The show opens November 23rd, just in time for the holidays! I donated "Genesis 9:2", incorporating a mandala of bees and skulls referring to to their threatened status as an "indicator species" for climate change.