Here are a few shots from a great day of painting on a secret island, somewhere in the Bay Area. Most of what you see is on various barges that create a sort of flotilla skirting the edge of a very small island.
The ramp down to the first floor of this barge, where I did most of the painting.
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WOOLY TOWN FAIR- Post Office, August 2013: A collaborative project with Artist Linsey Wallace, the Post Office was constructed for the annual Arts Festival “Wooly Fair,”in Providence, RI. The Post Office functioned throughout the three day event as a hub for people to send mail into the real world and Wooly Town itself, providing stamps, writing supplies, space, and delivery of the mail.
Click here for more pictures of the Post Office, Wooly Town Fair 2013, at The Steelyard, Providence,RI.
“BIG ROCK CANDY MOUNTAIN“- at the Diego Rivera Gallery at SFAI in San Francisco, CA. March 2013. Multi-Media/Video Installation. A Collaborative project with Artist Linsey Wallace for ColorForce. Big Rock Candy Mountain uses the metaphor of mythic places and lost paradise to examine contemporary lifestyle and environment in terms of the Temporary Autonomous Zone.