SF Open Studios, Fall 2010, part 3

She took photographs in a volcano, an environment that was very hard on cameras, because of acidic fumes. Then she attached the prints to the wall with magnets.

A very skilled painter, her work portrays characters from ancient mythology, put in a modern setting. Kind of hard to explain, but the results are stunning.

Carving and chiseling away, it takes this artist months to complete a piece.

These are his tools. Proceed with caution- I still bear the scar from a carving project in the 6th grade.

Spiralish things, vaguely floral- the photos don’t do them justice. In person they have a whimsical appeal.


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