November Newsletter

Aeriform Aviary
Compass Books, Inc., Terminal 3
San Francisco International Airport

I am happy to announce that I have installed my second commission for Compass Books this week in the newly renovated Terminal 3 at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO). Aeirform Aviary is a 20+ foot hanging mobile sculpture that features highly detailed geometric wire-frame "planes" inspired by the forms of birds native to California, including a pelican, owl, raven, falcon, quail and a pair of hummingbirds. Each "plane" is designed to recall early flying-machine prototypes. Visit this piece the next time you fly out of Terminal 3 at SFO and tag me in your pictures on social media with #AeriformAviary.


KTVU Fox News

During the installation of my new sculptureAeriform Aviary last week at Compass Books, I was interviewed by Tom Vacar of KTVU Fox News for a preview of the newly renovated Terminal 3 at SFO. 


Feature on Taylor Stitch

This month I had the pleasure of hosting Mike from the clothing company Taylor Stitch at my studio. I got to put their new Task Jacket to the test and they captured some great photos of my new commission for Compass Books and of my ongoing project Love, Inertia and the Pursuit of the Perfect Stance


Montalvo Arts Center Blog

Associate Curator at Montalvo Arts Center, Donna Conwell, wrote a thoughtful account of their recent event Pop Uo Plein Air: Art EscapistsI created Honey Tangle, a large scale, free form sculpture for the event. Read Donna's blog post for the locations of the works that are now on view at Montalvo!