Humpbacks of Notre Dame is a cautionary tale about climate change. What does that have to do with Jesus and Mary?We - right now! - are creating a future that won’t sustain our descendants. Our sculpture tells the story of an avoidable apocalypse. We can already see that we need to change our ways, but... Continue Reading →
In the year 2069, all the world's ice has melted. Amphibious bikes are commonplace as people have adapted to a world with new coastlines and a ban on all burning of fossil fuels. The kinetic race founded 100 years ago by artist Hobart Brown is no more, the entire course through Humboldt County lies beneath... Continue Reading →
As everyone adapted to Life-with-Corona, Downtown Santa Rosa shut down 4th Street to cars and opened it to pedestrians. The Chamber of Commerce welcomed a Tiny Gallery to the space. Artists love it!"What a brilliant idea!" "I'm so glad I participated!" "I loved sharing what I made!" The superlatives multiply with each interaction.We've shown and... Continue Reading →
↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ADD YOUR NAME IN THE "REPLY" SECTION BELOW ON THIS PAGE↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ https://youtu.be/5wynmVT8UWM Shelter-in-Place restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic cancelled our annual trip up to Humboldt to race in the Kinetic Grand Championship. Rather than be crabby, we decided to dedicate our time and energy to craft this pledge... Continue Reading →
The Awesome Foundation's Marin Chapter awarded a mini-grant so I could offer materials, mentoring and prize money to build Alebrije Bicycles. Starting a competition is typically a year-long effort (compressible to a few months, often) but I had about two months until Día de los Muertos, a natural date for this event.A field of five... Continue Reading →
Coming soon to Art and Soul of Sebastopol, and the Plaza Temporal in Roseland are 2 tiny gallery Art Exchanges. The website is here: http://www.tinygalleries.org. Stay tuned for more #tinygalleries action, including a launch event and more!