Part sculpture, part painting, these wall hangings are made from pieces of a heritage Valley Oak tree from the border of Walnut Creek, CA and Contra Costa County – also known as the Boundary Oak.
This year’s theme is a (modern) treasure: computer chips.
So much was happening, and worrisome, and strange that I just lost track of a lot of it. This post is about the weird craft stuff I focused on as an escape.
Reel-to-Reel is the sixth of seven technologies I’ve explored in Prior Art: analog media manipulation and vintage virtual reality.
Zoëtropes are the third of seven technologies I’ve explored in Prior Art: analog media manipulation and vintage virtual reality.
A little creative reuse led to these spooky holiday decorations.
This weekend I took the Bookbinding I intensive class at The Crucible in Oakland.
The call for entries encouraged “commenting on sport and the season” so I took more of an editorial approach to this one. While there’s plenty to criticize about the sport, the topic I kept coming back to is the recently updated bag regulations for NFL stadium events.
Here’s the full set of vinyl toys & musician portraits I made for the Hues/Muse artist takeover at Chromatic Coffee last month.
What started out as a theme for my blog became my business name when I decided to strike out on my own this last year.
I’ve been meaning to do something, anything, to my work laptop so I can distinguish it from others.