Last Saturday January 17th, my friend and colleague Liz Hickok and I participated in an unusual Art Salon in a private loft in San Francisco. Last Fall Open Studios, psychotherapist Alison Leigh came to my studio and we talked about the possibility of working together showing my work in her studio loft. After a few conversations we invited my studio mate Liz to join us in this project.
The result was a casual but very intentional art salon where both Liz and myself did presentations about our work in front of a non traditional art crowd. Liz talked about her Jello Project and she made a demonstration on how she fabricated the models of San Francisco emblematic buildings. I introduced two projects, The Tenderloin Dreamscapes and my latest public work, The Nomadic Labyrinth.
This interesting collaboration makes me think about the infinite possibilities of expanding the outreach of my art practice while connecting with an alternative audience.
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