50 pieces in 50 days!
I made these fifty pieces for the 50-50 II exhibition at the Sanchez Art Center in Pacifica, July-August, 2010.Sixty-seven artists were selected by juror Marian Parmenter, co-founder of SFMoMA Artist’s Gallery. Each artist created one piece per day for 50 days, starting on May 18, 2010. All pieces were 6×6″, and each artist used a single medium and a unified theme.Each artist’s pieces were installed in a square grid of 7×7, as shown here, with the 50th piece hanging to the right of the grid.
You can read more about my process and this series in my blog, cleaning the studio…
Click here to see my Daily Bird statement which was posted with my work at the show.
The Daily Bird, Reconsidered
A reconfigured grid of 30 birds which I donated to the Museum of Art and History in Santa Cruz for their yearly annual gala auction.