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
EOE — EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EATING PERSONAL HISTORY OF POP UP FARMS, 1993-2009 Photograph documentation of seven “Pop Up” community participatory farm/garden projects from 1993-2009. In place of standard gallery wall text, and new to this exhibit is freshly improvised wall … Continue reading