A Tabletop-sized heart, painted for the 2022 Hearts in SF fundraiser.
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.
I painted this ceramic skull for the 31 Skulls fundraiser for Local Color. Fun project!
This is a Zelda-themed repaint for my friend Jeremy who has a whole black/white/red setup for his motorcycle & gear.
Here’s the full set of vinyl toys & musician portraits I made for the Hues/Muse artist takeover at Chromatic Coffee last month.
!Ay Dios Mio! in San Pedro Square Market hosted a sugar skull-making day today, in prep for Dia de Los Muertos.
The San Jose Glass Institute offers a “Glass Artist for a Day” workshop which I took with my mom a little over a month ago.
These “pickles” are made from Pixelblocks, which are a bit like translucent Legos.
I decided it would be easier to recreate the front half, rather than find a new fetish and figure out how to remove the welded clasp and successfully re-string it.
My work peeps, the Adobe Experience Design (XD) team, hosted a booth to Make Your Own Andon.