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long division

September 25, 2018


Another artist “free-cycled” a box full of various smallish boards, already gessoed and sanded.┬áThe rigid base allows for experiments with more dimensionality. A multi-drawer cabinet purchase from ReStore included bonus masses of hardware: so much that several donations and gifts were made and there’s still more than enough to go crazy with it all. Starting slowly with the vintage thumbtacks and threaded rods used here.



a toast

September 24, 2018


the darkness

September 5, 2018


equal and opposite

September 3, 2018

A photo: Teacher’s College Wesleyan 1895 written on the back but crossed out. Mysterious.


of water and sky

July 21, 2018

Birthday gift for a friend who loves her place on the Bay.

Acrylic paint, ink and collage on balsa wood.



July 3, 2018

Tiny canvases from an estate sale, paint from an old lamp, Japanese paper samples (including the one with embedded butterfly!), wishbones, porcelain leg, signs of the times. Hope those wishbones work.


whirly bird

March 12, 2018

I love this cigar box’s graphics and started playing with it over a year ago, making some minimal changes. A massive attack of indecisiveness left it sitting on the shelf. Now it has become interactive, the feather fins can be twirled by hand or by blowing on them.


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