Studio Newsletter: September 2016

My new large-scale mobile Aeriform Dwelling will be part of Connect & Collect: The 36th Annual Art Exhibition and Auction at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, September 24 - October 22. The piece will be available for auction at the end of the month-long exhibition. The exhibition will kick off with an Opening Reception honoring the 200 artists that were invited to participate on Sunday, October 2, 1-4pm, please join me! I am honored to exhibit my work alongside fellow Bay Area-based artists including Naomie Kremer, Hung Liu, Jim Campbell, Guston Abright and Kate Rhodes, among many others. 

Please join me at the opening to view my new work, a mobile inspired by Aeriform Aviary, which is currently on view in Terminal 3 at SFO. 


Located in Compass Books in terminal 3 of the San Francisco International Airport, Aeriform 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 the hummingbird, owl, raven, falcon, quail and pelican. Each "plane" is designed to recall early flying-machine prototypes. 

Watch a time-lapsed video about the making of Aeriform Aviary


Located in Compass Books in terminal 3 of the San Francisco International Airport, Aeriform 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 the hummingbird, owl, raven, falcon, quail and pelican. Each "plane" is designed to recall early flying-machine prototypes. 

Watch a time-lapsed video about the making of Aeriform Aviary

Thank You, Weston!

The end of August brought a close to Weston Borosky's summer apprenticeship. Over the summer the awesomely talented and motivated Weston has been fearlessly tackling projects and expanding his skill set. He is now charging into his junior year of Industrial Design at the California College of the Arts...and they better be ready, I've taught him almost of all of my tricks and he is fired up! With his help over summer, we got a huge amount of work done on a range of projects, including my main squeeze Love, Inertia, and the Pursuit of the Perfect Stance, that's getting closer then ever. Thank you Weston for all the effort and hustle. It's been a real pleasure working with you in the studio!