I have organized a weekend of Clay Demonstrations, Workshops, and Presentations,
with an Exhibit and sale of presenter’s work in MAH’s Atrium.
July 16th & 17th 10 – 5
It is going to be a very complete ceramics experience.
Check out our web site for information and to sign up for workshops
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My studio is on the Westside of Santa Cruz, California. There is an exhibit of a few artists from this very artistically rich area at the Blitzer Gallery
See more of my Trees Series Sculptures
UCSC Arboretum “Green Bench”
I just finished this bench for the Green Family to donate to the University of California Arboretum.
We are all very happy with the bench and it looks beautiful on site.
I made tiles that would give the bench an organic yet modern look. Having also a contrast between order and chaos.
I made all the tiles for this bench and then either cut or broke them to fit the design.
Here are some pictures of the finished bench and some process pictures.
See more of my Tiled Works
Enjoy the process video and Chabuca Granda’s music.
installed today the 50 horses that I made for the 50/50 show at the art center
SANCHEZ ART CENTER
1220-B LINDA MAR BLVD
PACIFICA, CA 94044
Gallery Hours: Fri-Sat-Sun 1-5 pm
Ticketed Preview: Thurs, July 29, 7-9 pm
Opening Reception: Fri, July 30, 6-10 pm Here is me finally done installing my horses.
See more of my Paintings of Horses
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“It’s in the Pulp”
I am grateful to have been included in this exhibit at the Museum of Art and History. It is a beautiful show and the works are amazing. Must not miss this exhibit.
August7 – November 14, 2010
This paper piece was made with about 6 interlocking layers of abaca paper and fabric; then altered with pencil and acrylic lines and finally completed with the bamboo and clay elements in the top part of the piece.
I’m sad to say this piece is not in the Museum exhibit because it is in another country, but there are others of my works and many by renown artist in the paper arts from our community such as Chuck Hilger, John Babcock, Madelaine DeJollie, Karen Lauhban, and many more.
To see more of my paper pieces check my web link