Studio Newsletter: April

I have installed a number of Hummingbird sculptures in a garden wall as part of the entrance to the new restaurant marketplace at 1500 Mt. Diablo Blvd. in Walnut Creek. The sculptures are from a series based on the two hummingbirds featured on the 20+ foot hanging mobile sculpture, Aeriform Aviary, a commission that I recently installed at Compass Books, Inc. in Terminal 3 at the San Francisco International Airport. A very limited number of hummingbirds from the series are available for purchase. Contact me for availability. 

The space will open to the public soon, featuring a number of new restaurants. Learn more about 1500 Mt. Diablo in a recent article in Diablo Magazine.


This month I had the pleasure of hosting the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art's Collectors Circle for a private tour followed by nearly 100 of you for my first open studio of 2016! Thank you to everyone who was able to attend! Check out pictures from both days on my blog and stay tuned for news about future dates. See you at the next one!

If you would like to schedule a private studio visit, please contact me for availability. 


Progress continues on Love, Inertia and the Pursuit of the Perfect Stance. Checking off items from the 1000 little things left to do. Follow my progress on Instagram. 


Commissioned in 2014, Boiler Heart is a sculpture built from the building's original boiler from 1907. Located at 460 Bryant Street in San Francisco, the piece is on permanent view to reference the heart of the historical building, complete with glowing lights that "beat" 24/7.Boiler Heart can be viewed by the public during business hours. 

View before and after pictures of Boiler Heart on my website. 


The hot-dip galvanize finish on the Facet Form bench I created last year for a private commission is graying out beautifully and just as I hoped. Camouflaging itself more and more over time.