Global Warming Series. Loss and reinvention of habitat.
Mix media acrylic paintings and monoprints. Materials include sand, seaweed, string/rope.
This wall painting is a collaboration with Mona Talbott, a slow food expert/master chef. They are developing a proposal for a collaborative social sculpture project sited in Hudson NY for fall 2014.
Inspired by John Muir’s memoirs, this is a metaphorical geological meditation on his life. Precarious ladders are mountains; rusty mattress springs an ancient ocean floor; ancient live plants in an aquarium are Sierra wetlands. Outside, solo sculpture Stream marks Museum entrance. Curated by Jennifer … Continue reading
Oakland Museum of California at City Center. Title of poem by Emily Dickenson. Salvaged ladders, PVC pipe, wash basins, quartz stones.
Oakland Museum of California Sculpture Garden 2002-2010 Salvaged shopping cart, bike wheels, large farm cart wheel, and CA river rocks. Also: Napa Valley Art Museum 2011 Modified and exhibited under new title, “Stream,” for multipart installation on the life of … Continue reading
Oakland Museum of California Curated by Phil Linhares for “Being There: 45 Oakland Artists.” Designed and installed in situ. 11′ high French doors salvaged from hotel demolition; more salvaged doors and screen doors; screening material, rocks, and lamps. Same doors … Continue reading
Ode to the work of bioremediation pioneer John Todd, Metaphorical sculpture demonstrates bioremediation and biomimicry. PVC pipe appears to take water from polluted vessels and uses plants to clean the water, then returns it. Designed in situ for The Design … Continue reading
Metaphorical sculpture demonstrates bioremediation and biomimicry, honoring John Todd’s pioneer designs. PVC pipe appears to take water from polluted creek into symbolic sculptural “wetlands” where plants clean water, and returns it to Creek. Designed in situ, for Berkeley Art Center’s … Continue reading