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.
Please join the diRosa Center fo Contemporary Art patrons circle for this cocktail 'open-studio' event at our farm property in Sonoma. Contact me for more info.
I opened a two-man show on July 25th with painter Dick Morisawa called "In Flight". It features the six 'Futurity' canvases, a documentary video and the 'Cycles: Science WGA' sculpture, as well as several works by Dick.
The closing party is September 15th; Hope you can attend!
Many Thanks to the over 200 folks who came out to see new work and celebrate early summer!
Ken stokes and Dana Simpson-Stokes commissioned me to create a medium size sculpture for their lovely Sonoma home. "Cycles 2, Science" is 48"x48"x48" and is created with 3/8" corten steel.
Finally. . . a complicated piece I've been puzzling over for many months is DONE! Cycles 2: Science, WGA is fabricated with three materials that harken to their component designs: Wood, for the natural Spira Mirabilis disk; Glass for the Platonic solid Dodecahedron disk; Aluminum, for the Astrolabe navigational tool. Finished size is 48" diameter.
I'll be hosting an open studio at Terraplane Farm here in Sonoma, on Saturday June 1st and Sunday, June 2nd. Lots of new work to see, almost all of it will have special studio pricing. Snacks and beverages will be at hand, so please feel free to bring a friend! 5 of the White Barn Studio artists will also have their studios open here at the property.
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I'm excited to be included in a show at the ARC Galley in San Francisco with the theme of "Sanctuary." The piece, jurored by Brian Yedinak of Themes + Projects gallery in SF, explores how a sculpture in the wilderness can tap into universal themes beyond dogma, and resonate for any spiritual being.
Thanks to a grant from Creative Sonoma, I worked with the La Luz community to create a temporary Values Project installation in Sonoma. Ann Trinca and I held workshops to choose values words that resonated with the community, and chalked them throughout the La Luz campus in time for their