New Work: Hoshigaki Persimmon Day 1

The kid had picked a bowl of persimmons and was removing the skin in order to preserve them, by a process called hoshigaki. The fruit was this glowing, slightly faceted orange form, and I realized I had to paint it. Sometimes I experiment with ways to make the idea of painting less precious, devising waysContinue reading “New Work: Hoshigaki Persimmon Day 1”

116th Annual California Society of Printmakers Members Exhibition at Piedmont Center for the Arts

Whether you’re a fan of contemporary printmaking or you’re print curious, check this show out. Nestled in the Piedmont neighborhood of Oakland, California, PCA is a beautiful venue. This year, the show features work from 90-ish members of California Society of Printmakers, the oldest such organization in the country. Although the oldest, CSP is aContinue reading “116th Annual California Society of Printmakers Members Exhibition at Piedmont Center for the Arts”

CONVERGENCE

Two of my print pieces are included in this exhibit which focuses on the changing relationship of people to the land, in and around the Salinas Valley. A collaboration between Big Sur Land Trust and California State University Monterey Bay (CSUMB) Salinas City Center, Arts and Culture, in partnership with CSUMB Urbarn Arts Collaborative. The exhibit will be free and open to the public, and is located in the National Steinbeck Center, in Salinas.