“A SCULPTURE EXHIBITION” at Marin Society of Artists opened April 5 and will run through April 30, 2017. The exhibition is in celebration of International Sculpture Day and features 72 sculptures from 49 sculptors, most from the Bay Area. The gallery is open Wed-Sun, Noon to 4pm with a Celebration Party on Friday, April 14, 5-9pm during the 2nd Friday Art Walk in San Rafael. Come and meet the sculptors at 1515 3rd St (at E St.) San Rafael, CA. www.marinsocietyofartists.org
I am pleased to be a part of this upcoming sculpture exhibition in celebration of Internal Sculpture Day which is April 24th. The exhibition runs April 5th to April 30th in San Rafael.
Three of my metal box sculptures are part of this group show in Lincoln, CA from March 3 - April 1, 2017.
For the past few years I've been experimenting with paper and making collages. Specifically, I've been using catalogs as the material source. It's fun and a little bit addictive. I've even made a couple of books.
Ten years ago, as a resident artist at the Mendocino Art Center I created a sculpture called Progression Structure #7. It was made of conduit tubing that was overstock from a construction job site. This sculpture was part of a series that was based on a system of numbers and was included in a solo show I had at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts called Permutations.
It had been quite awhile since it was last displayed and was just sitting in a corner of my studio collecting dust when I decided to repurpose the sculpture. I cut it into multiple parts and used that material to create seven new wall hanging sculptures I call Reframery.
I love making art using recycled materials and especially enjoy reassembling my own art into something fresh and new. A reframing of my ideas, if you will. Nothing goes to waste in my studio.