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4 The Birds

High in central Todos Santos Park trees, collaborator Andree Singer Thompson and Leibovitz Steinman installed “negative space” sculptures of endangered N. California birds, plus one huge nest. The recognizable home materials were culled from local commercial construction debris. Intent was … Continue reading

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Urban Apple Orchard I

One year public installation for San Francisco Art Commission’s Market Street Art in Transit program on a blighted CALTRANS lot under the freeway at Octavia and Market Streets. Salvaged tires, recycled concrete gravel, eleven different “antique” apple trees, salvaged tree limbs. With the participation … Continue reading

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Back 2 The Garden

“Working with Andrée Singer Thompson, Leibovitz Steinman created Back 2 The Garden, and as it suggests, it was the first art-farm to appear since (Bonnie) Sherk’s art-farm disappeared.  Shaped like a “recycling arrow,” the raised-bed garden featured numerous stations moving … Continue reading

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River Hopes & Dreams

Permanent 3-acre eco-sculpture garden at San Francisco’s waste management company, NORCAL Sanitary Fill Company, now known as Recology. Reclamation project of collected-on-site salvage, concrete and drought tolerant plants. Done while one of Recology’s first Artist in Residence. “Mountain” is homage … Continue reading

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