Friday, July 24, 2009

this is the portrait and life work of my good friend and mentor Maggie Malloy, who at 45 yrs. old went in search of her true artist nature, moving into a foray of printmaking, painting, and finally ceramic sculpture that is truly inspirational, and speaks of the ancient ties that bind us all.

Her work is on display now, in the kimball Education gallery in the deYoung Museum in Golden Gate Park; including her residency work, a hands-on installation of piles of stones, finished by the public, as an offering to the acestors. The piles of stones continue to grow through next week Wed., when the final stone will be finished and fired for the closing reception on the night of Friday, the 31st of July. All are welcome to come and take part by finishing a rock of their own, to be retrieved after the final display. wed-sun 1-5pm

Thursday, July 09, 2009

If you think that *life* is cool: Go here right now!

13 more reasons to love love love the California Academy of Sciences....

so many butterflies

lilypad bliss

historical record
aka. evolution

my good friend, the eel

budhist frogs

creatures in hiding






the phillipine coral reef

the living roof