I will be attending the CAMAC artist residency in France.
November 3, 2010 - January 22, 2011
I am participating in a group exhibition at Intersection 5M titled "EcoArchive: Meditations on Time and Nature". Other artist include Tamara Albaitis, Karl Cronin, Sam Easterson, Cynthia Hooper, Chris McCaw, Matthew Moore, Chris Sicat and Jessica Skloven. It is curated by Patricia Watts and Kevin Chen.
My solo show went extremely well. I received many reviews and very good feedback. I look forward to opportunities to work with Krowswork again. I will post reviews of the show soon.
I am having a solo show at Krowswork Gallery in Oakland, CA. Details of the show will be posted as they become known.
June 29 - July 12, 2010
I was selected to participate in the Chemin d'Art festival in Saint-Flour, France. I will be traveling to Saint-Flour to build a piece in the town. The festival is from july to August.
- 30, 2010
I am participating in a group exhibition titled "(Re-)Claim" at SOMArts. It is curated by Jennifer Banta and Pamela Wu Kochiyama. The opening is May 6. Gallery hours are Tuesday - Friday, 12:00pm - 7:30pm & Saturday 12:00pm - 5:00pm.
I have been nominated for the SECA Award at SFMOMA. The award is given out to 1-4 emerging artists in the San Francisco Bay Area. The award includes a show at SFMOMA.
I have also finished two new sculptures. One is titled "Hybrid Interactions" and the other is titled "Relic". Click on the links to view these new works.
December 6, 2009 - January 8, 2010
I was invited to participate in a
group exhibition at the Islip Art Museum on Long Island, NY. Click the
link here to view the completed installation.
September 24, 2009
I've completed my sculpture at I-Park. Click the link
to view the completed piece.
Also to view the complete sculpture entitled "Adaptations" that
is installed at Patricia's Green in Hayes Valley, San Francisco click
September 2 - 19, 2009
I have been awarded a two week residency at I-Park
in Connecticut. I will be building sculpture for permenant installtion
at the park. Follow the trials and tribulations of creating this sculpture
for I-Park on my blog: http://industrialforest.blogspot.com/.
July 24, 2009
The opening of my sculpture "Adaptations" at
Patricia's Green in Hayes Valley, San Francisco will begin at 6pm. The
sculpture is completed and will be on display for 6 months. It will come
down at the end of December.
Thanks for supporting the Patricia's Green Sculpture Project.
I've been invited by the Hayes Valley Arts Coalition to create a six-month
art installation at Patricia's Green in the San Francisco neighborhood
of Hayes Valley. While I have been given a tremendous opportunity to
create an amazing public piece, the budget does not cover an artist commission
or materials, and I will be paying for the creation of the sculpture
out of pocket. I am accepting donations of $10 or more to help cover
the material costs of building this sculpture.
Making a donation to this
project is a rare opportunity to play a vital role in my first major
public art installation; I can't fully realize this vision without
Thank you for your contribution. All donors will be acknowledged on a
plaque adjacent to the sculpture.
Shifted Focus just recieved great reviews from Artslant
and White Hot Magazine. Click the links provided to read the reviews.
to read review on Artslant.com
Click to read the review on Whitehotmagazine.com
October 2008 - January
Its the 10th anniversary of Apature. This momentus occasion is being
celebrated by a retrospective exhibition of the festival entitled Shifted
Focus which is being produced in conjunction with the De Young Museum.
I have been selected as one of 10 artists representing each year of Apature
for the visual exhibition at Space 180. I will be showing with such artists
as Michael Orsega and Binh Dahn. Come to the opening I will be displaying
my newest piece entitled Phototropic Response.