Artist Talk at the San Francisco Jewish Community Center, Wednesday May 14 1-2 pm 3200 California Street, San Francsco, room #206
Also, work continues on our visual arts integration programming at John Muir Elementary School where we are creating a wall mural of edible plants.
Here to see the beautiful life cycle fence project the students created last year!
Some of my sugar feet will be making their world debut
in San Francisco's Root Division's "Edible Ephemera"exhibit
3175 17th St San Francisco, CA 94110 (415) 863-7668
Hope you locals can come and see my new work: (sneak preview here).
BIG THANKS to Foundry Nights for serving as incubator for this important work on diabetes and sugar consumption.
Also, the Berkeley Public Education Foundation has generously granted us funds to continue our visual arts integration programming at John Muir Elementary School where we are creating a garden and mural of indigenous edible natives! Here to see the beautiful life cycle fence project the students created last year!
Check out this Berkeleyside article about my heads on decapitated parking meter posts in Berkeley. Also, I recently finished painting a stencil mural on a utilty box on Telegraph (at 20th) in Oakland and I am currently helping create a fence mounted mural about the life cycle of squash plants at John Muir School in Berkeley.
July 8, 2009 -- Small Works Exhibition
- "Empty Head #9, Visionary", the newest piece in my empty head series, will be in the show "Small Works, Minatures, and Maquettes" featuring work by: Robert Arneson, Camille Claudel, Aruthur Gonzales, Lisa Reinertson, Lisa Clauge and others (like me). John Natsoulas Gallery. Click here for more information.
Finally, you can see images of some of my cast glass mosaic kitchen backsplashes. (here)
and on my new architectural work website: www.solidart.us
November 6, 2011 --Video on Desgregation of the Berkeley Schools
My video on the 1960's desegregation of the Berkeley Schools
will be screened Saturday November 6, 2010 as part of the Berkeley Public Library's Digital Stories and Panel Discussion
Lynne-Rachel's alter-ego "Dr. Boo-Boo"
Dispensed devices for spiritual elevation and wounded souls at the grand opening celebration of Chandra Cerrito Contemporary.
Click here to see Dr. Boo-Boo's Guide to Spiritual Elevation:
June, 2009 -- Back in the Studio
- Back in the studio. Working on another small empty head and researching edibles for a new project.
May 30, 2009 -- Public Glass
- "Yellow Shirt" an early piece from my empty series, will be up for sale at the Public Glass Auction, May 30 in San Francisco, click here for more information.
Pilgrim Glass 1990