Saturday, March 29, 2014

April Workshop

Sunday 5/4/14 at the Cliff House in San Francisco from 8-11am

Check here for more info. Come join in!

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

In a very well made commercial

Here is a really cool and high quality advert starring me done for a weather app. It was made many months ago and I almost thought it wouldn't come out. But it has! And I'm really happy with it- high quality and minimal commercial overtones. Check it out :-)

Weather Underground: Radius from irisworldwide on Vimeo.

Monday, March 17, 2014

Playa Painting- 'Geoglyph'

'Geoglyph'
This was done for a mini doc for KQED in San Francisco. In it I use elements of Pre-Colombian art overlaid on a background of cracks. It has me thinking of the art being chiseled on stone. I like how it turned out. It is definitely a direction to play with more.

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Newsletter 2-16-14

In this newsletter:

-Postcards → unmailed orders and new prints

-Prints → the gallery is ready, update on editing, prints ordered from Art-Wanted

-Playa Painting Workshop 3/2, 3/16

-Exhibition Artwork in San Francisco 3/3

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Playa Painting- Xiuhcóatl

 In honor of being in Mexico and of being on a long, thin beach, here is a representation of Xiuhcóatl, the Aztec fire serpent, the light that drives out the darkness. While we were finishing, an elder who felt ancient yet vibrant came walking along the beach with his staff. It felt so beautiful and appropriate.

Thursday, January 30, 2014

On Coast to Coast AM

Well, I'll be! I'm a featured story on Coast to Coast AM website. It a pleasant surprise as I've always associated the program with far out stuff. But who am I to speak in any way disparagingly of the far out? I am completely open to all the wacky things going on in this world. Link: http://www.coasttocoastam.com/pages/amazing-beach-art

Playa Painting 'Corriente'

A piece inspired by Mexican prehistoric art. It's done at Patzcuarito, a gorgeous beach south of Sayulita, Mexico. It's long and quite narrow, not so ideal for a design that needs a bit of spaciousness to be fully expressed. Also, we're still getting a handle on the tide timing and we have been getting broadsided by the returning tide. So next time it must be something long, thin, and quick to make! For scale you can see the house on the left just up the hill (and Ember is the figure at the lower middle part of the photos).



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