My work contemplates fundamental things such as our basic need to provide for ourselves; our desire for home, belonging, and connection; and our being a small temporary part of the natural world’s continuum. These thoughts take shape in images and objects that combine simple representations, layered abstractions, and plain-spoken materials.
SELECTED SOLO AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS
Islands In The Stream, Sue Greenwood Fine Art, Laguna Beach, CA.
Dreamboat, The Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento. An interactive room environment and sculptural installation for children.
Many Streams, The Compound Gallery, Oakland, CA.
Nightwalking, City of Berkeley Addison Street Gallery.
Stanford Art Spaces, curated by DeWitt Cheng, Stanford University, CA.
Made For You And Me, The Compound Gallery, Oakland, CA.
Making The Road By Walking, with TC Haag, The Compound Gallery, Oakland, CA.
Peregrines, Metro Gallery, City Hall, Reno NV.
Manmade, with Al Honig, 525 Market Street San Francisco CA.
Best Western, Esteban Sabar Gallery, Oakland, CA.
Martin Webb, Tercera Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Crocker Kingsley Exhibition, juried by Carrie Lederer, Blue Line Arts, Roseville, CA.
Left Coast Juried Annual, Sanchez Art Center, Pacifica, CA. Juried by Carin Adams, Curator of Art at Oakland Museum of California.
Stremmel Gallery, Reno, NV.
With Liberty and Justice for Some, Berkeley Art Center.
Awakening, Carmel, CA. Curated by Green Chalk Contemporary.
Disruptus, Vessel Gallery, Oakland, CA.
Our Town, Richmond Art Center.
Sand City, juried exhibition.
2014: Forces and Perceptions, Thoreau Center for Sustainability, San Francisco.
Triton Museum Of Art, statewide juried show.
Fresh Fish, Green Chalk Contemporary, Monterey, CA.
2013: Out of the Blue, Gallery Route One, Point Reyes.
Wonder, Berkeley Art Center.
50/50, fifty works in fifty days at Sanchez Center.
2012: Duration, Gallery Route One, Point Reyes.
2011: On Being Human, Picture Art Foundation, Dominguez Hills CA.
Support: Artists Unite For Japan, Art from the Ashes at Royal/T, Culver City.
Inaugural Show, Meyer-Metro Gallery, Houston TX.
Animal Dreams, A New Leaf Gallery Sonoma CA.
2010: Bay Area Juried Annual, Sanchez Art Center, Pacifica, CA.
Transformative Experience, Art at The Oakbook, Oakland, CA.
BayVAN, Bay Area Visual Arts Network Gallery group show Oakland, CA.
San Francisco City Hall, group show at supervisor’s offices.
Departures, three person show. Float Gallery Oakland CA.
2009: California Modern Gallery, San Francisco CA.
2008: Reflections of the Bay, California Modern Gallery San Francisco CA.
148 Possibilities, a 16.5 x 10.5ft reclaimed wood wallpiece for Avenidas Senior Center, Palo Alto, CA.
13 paintings purchased for UCSF Hospital Precision Cancer Center.
2018: From The Earth, sixteen sculptural columns with handmade ceramic tile graphics installed in the garden of Huntington Beach Senior Center.
Arch Rock, painting purchased for City of Hayward Library.
Dreamboat, The Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento. An interactive room environment and installation for children.
Stream, City of Hayward,1200ft mural.
Aerial 4, City of Santa Rosa, continuation of the 2008 commission with 400 sqft of artwork in the concrete walkways.
Mural, Bridge Housing, 20 x 20ft lobby mural in reclaimed wood for a new affordable housing building at MacArthur Station, Oakland.
Cyclists and Runners, City of Santa Rosa, two murals 25 x 90ft each for a new retail development.
The Fog Was Lifting, San Francisco Art Commission, image purchased for the San Francisco General Hospital collection.
Riding The currents, City of Palo Alto CA, wall mural and free standing wood pieces for the Water Control Plant.
Grove, Napa Valley Community Foundation, wood column installation.
Planter, City of Mountain View CA, cut and stained concrete with stainless-steel design for a large planter in a public paseo.
Aerial 3, City of Santa Rosa, continuation of the 2008 commission with 1500 sqft of artwork in the concrete walkways.
Sand, City of Santa Rosa, jet-cut brass, cut and colored concrete artwork installed across approximately 3000sqft of Santa Rosa Plaza.
Aerial 2, City of Santa Rosa, continuation of the 2008 commission with 2000 sqft of artwork in the concrete walkways.
Converge, Cupertino, CA, concrete installation for Franco Park.
Aerial, City of Santa Rosa, concrete paving with cut and blasted artwork inset into pedestrian walkway.
The First Object He Looked Upon, City of Walnut Creek CA, exterior wallpieces commissioned for The Mercer Building.
The Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento; City of San Francisco; City of Palo Alto; City of Walnut Creek; City of Santa Rosa; City of Cupertino; City of Mountain View; City of Hayward; City of Huntington Beach; Avenidas Senior Center; Napa Valley Community Foundation; Bridge Housing; Novartis Pharmaceuticals.
Aninstantia Foundation Grantee.
Northern California Public Art Academy.
Fulbright/British Council teaching exchange.
Bretton Hall College, University of Leeds UK. Post Graduate Certificate in Education in Art and Design technology.
University of Lancaster, UK, BA Hons Visual Arts.