Pieces from the 12th Annual Sanchez Art Center 50|50 Show (2020).
The 2020 California Sculpture Slam at San Luis Obispo Museum of Art is open August 7--November 1 and includes my pieces Butterfly and Untitled (wall sculpture).
The Museum website includes a virtual walkthrough.
Pieces from the 10th Annual Sanchez Art Center 50|50 Show (2018).
Pieces from the 9th Annual Sanchez Art Center 50|50 Show (2017).
Folded Sculpture is over. Photographs of the show are available here.
Red (2012, kozo). Eat (2012-2013, bronze).
The reception was held on Saturday August 10 from 2 to 4pm.
Many new works are being shown for the first time.
Note on the location: Apple's Maps app will guide you to a mall across the street from the gallery. Google's directions are correct.
The Community Center building is on the northwest corner of Bollinger Canyon Road and Alcosta Boulevard.
Note on the hours: the building is officially open 8:30-5 M-F. However, events and classes are sometimes held late and on the weekends.
Here is the schedule as of August 5. Sometimes things get cancelled, so it may be a good idea to check the hours by calling (925)973-3200.
I will have several large three-dimensional pieces in the exhibition East & West: Asian influences on Contemporary American Craft at the Ohio Craft Museum from September 8 to October 27.
Folding Paper: The infinite possibilities of origami has opened at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento.
Double Wave (2008, elephant hide).It will be on show June 30--September 29. Join an in-depth examination of Double Wave on September 3 from 12:00 to 12:30.
Watch a stop motion video of a pleat tessellation folding process here.
Two more stop motion videos are available here.
Companions and Bronze Wave were a part of the fine art exhibition at the Alameda County Fair in Pleasanton in June and July.
Companions (2013, elephant hide). Bronze Wave (2012-2013, bronze).
Paper Work: When Paper Becomes Art was installed
at the Oakland International Airport (from February until June 2013).
See my contributions to the show here and
some photos from the tour of the exhibition here.
Two-fold basket and Change study: growth were a part of the Richmond Art Center exhibition Innovations in Contemporary Crafts from March 23 until June 1.