cleaning the studio...

...and other adventures in art

an inviting leaf

My sculpture that is in Art in the Arboretum: Color (see my previous post) started life as a wall sculpture, as photographed here. Now installed outdoors and low to the ground in a garden setting, it’s a different sort of sculpture entirely.  It’s dramatic...

art in the arboretum: color

I am thrilled to be included in the current exhibit at the UCSC Arboretum, Art in the Arboretum: Color.  It’s a beautiful exhibit in a gorgeous setting.  I love the experience of spying a sculpture off in the distance through the foliage, and, as I walk towards...

sculpture is: in the gallery

I’m thrilled to be a part of this fabulous show at the Pajaro Valley Arts Council Gallery. Many thanks the the gallery and curators for putting together such an exciting and vibrant show. I was pleased to learn that my two assemblage sculptures made with...

ten months

If you’ve read this blog over the past year, you’ll know that I’ve been doing some pieces based on the Iceland landscape. I’ve never blogged about why I started working with that landscape to begin with, and, as a side note, why I haven’t posted since October 2. It...

babies and barns

On the eve of Open Studios (tomorrow and Sunday!  11am-5pm!), I’m thinking about my work that’s hanging in my studio and what all the connecting threads are from one series to another.  With that in mind, here is the statement that I wrote for a recent...