Today I engaged in some DIY project! I customized my phone wallet/case and created 5 pairs of earrings! My body hurts all over, but I had a lot of fun! Planning on making more!
A collaboration with my photographer friend Anna Taranenko. The title “The Game Master” was given by the children who were touring around the Japanese Garden.
What an amazing night, last night! At 111 Minna Gallery.
I was so stunned to see how all the art pieces were glowing with the black light! They looked incredible!
Aslo very happy that my painting “Be Here” found its home!
Thank you for supporting local artists!!
My piece “Antlia” is now on display at the SFWA Artist Gallery / Show: ”Textures & Patterns”
From April 4 to May 4
SFWA Artist Gallery
647 Irving St. at 8th Ave
San Francisco, CA 94122
Finally learning how to coat my paper collages with epoxy resin! Not an easy procedure. 😓
The different types/quality of paper doesnt allow for an even application.
I learned that to get an even surface, a few layers of varnish before pouring the resin, will make a huge difference! 🤗
Working on a new piece, combining scraps and pieces. Stay tuned 👁 I will keep you up to date with the progress!😉
“My Father’s Will”
Mixed media on Wood Panel 18"x24"
(glows in blacklight)
This psychedelic piece will be part of upcoming Art Show: “Art in Different Light”
111 Mina Gallery - April 5th 8:00 PM
Finally completed! My first Aquatint Etching
Urban Abstractions 1
Expect to see this etching in our upcoming group show: Enviro-Mental
By members of the Graphic Arts Workshop
Working on a new piece! Using fluorescent colors!!🌈 😎✌🏼 🎨
“There is nothing to see here” 👁
New Mixed Media on Canvas 36” x 18”
I’ve been living in San Francisco for so many years, and never found a reason to visit Treasure Island. Until I realized just recently, that is the fact that I never been there, the only reason I need to go.
Finally, a day with no rain and with free time to spare, I jumped in the car and made it to Treasure Island for a new adventure.
What I found was the most exquisite landscape, filled with abandoned buildings, shipping wagons and storage units. I spent a couple of hours photographing everything I could. Here are some pictures of the experience!