EXHIBITS

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John Muir Health Aspen Center Gallery

Birds in Paradise at the "Wellness & Wellbeing" exhibit

April - May 2022

Art Gallery at the Orinda Library

Wish You Were Here No. 8 at the "Inspired by the Greats exhibit"

December 2021

Art Gallery at the Orinda Library

26 Orinda Way, Orinda CA

Featured artist

"You Are Here"

July 2-31, 2022

Reception July 9, 3pm-5pm

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Artify Orinda

Blue Heron displayed on a Bigbelly in front of the Orinda Community Center Park     

Installed June 2022

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Lindsay Dirkx Brown Gallery 

San Ramon CA

Wish You Were Here No. 3 at "The Natural World" exhibit September 2021

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Lindsay Dirkx Brown Gallery 

San Ramon CA

You Are Here No.2 and Wish You Were Here No.8 at "Celebrating Summer" exhibit

June 2022 

Oakland Peace in the Streets Neighborhood Beautification Project

      A banner featuring my artwork displayed on International Blvd at 79th Ave, is part of Oakland’s “Peace In the Streets Neighborhood Beautification Project.”

      In June 2021, over one hundred Banners for Peace were installed along International Boulevard in East Oakland. These five-foot street pole banners feature Vision Quilt art created by youth, artists, gun violence survivors, and other community members.

      Running along International from 73rd to 86th Avenue, the banners serve to beautify East Oakland and uplift the voices of community members impacted by gun violence.

     This is an initiative created by by Vision Quilt, Adamika Village and Oakland’s Violence Prevention Coalition. Learn more about the project at the Vision Quilt website: https://www.visionquilt.org

Walnut Creek Utility Box Art Project

Selected artwork: Figure (Get Set)

Installed 2015

Located on No. Main St at Lincoln Ave. in Walnut Creek.

Juror: Walnut Creek Downtown Board in conjunction with officials from Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek

The Utility Box Project is included in the Bedford Gallery's ongoing Public Art Walking Tours.