June Exhibit in Berkeley

Posted by on Jun 5, 2014 in apparition series, art, exhibits, Uncategorized | No Comments
June Exhibit in Berkeley

I’m part of a group show at Collector Gallery in Berkeley (June 2014) if you happen to be in the neighborhood!  The opening reception is Friday June 13th, 6-8pm.

Featured Artist in Lucerna Magazine (Jan 2013)

Posted by on Jan 3, 2013 in apparition series, art, blog, press | No Comments
Featured Artist in Lucerna Magazine (Jan 2013)

I was lucky enough to be included in the latest issue of Lucerna Magazine (Dec 2012/Jan 2013).  Lucerna is a quarterly magazine of art, literature, and culture based in Southern California that confounds expectations of what is typically meant by the words “art,” “culture,” and sometimes even “literature.” You can check out the magazine online at http://lucernamagazine.com.  […]

ANIMIST – Exhibit at Hangr 16

Posted by on Oct 23, 2012 in apparition series, art, blog, exhibits | No Comments
ANIMIST – Exhibit at Hangr 16

I am having a solo show at Hangr 16 in San Francisco from Oct 26 – Nov 30, 2012.  If you’re strolling through the mission, pop on in.  Location is 3128 16th Street  San Francisco, CA 94103. OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, Oct. 26th  |  7-10pm @ Hangr 16 3128 16th St. San Francisco, CA 94103  

Solo Show at Asterisk

Posted by on Jun 12, 2012 in apparition series, blog, exhibits | No Comments
Solo Show at Asterisk

I’m currently having a solo show at Asterisk San Francisco Gallery (through the end of June) featuring my latest work. If you’re in the San Francisco area, come check it out. The artist reception is Friday, June 15th, 6-9pm! Asterisk Gallery is at: 3156 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

Serendipity

Posted by on Jan 12, 2012 in apparition series, art, blog | 3 Comments
Serendipity

If you don’t believe this story, I won’t be surprised. But, it’s the truth. I began my ‘apparition series’ because I had a vision of a white peacock that kept coming back to me. After searching online, I discovered that white (albino) peacocks are quite real. They struck me as haunting, fascinating and utterly surreal. […]