Moving to New York – Bye Studio

I cleared out my studio a couple of days ago because my husband and I are in the process of moving from San Francisco to New York.

Tyler will work freelance in 3D media, amongst other things, and I will be seeking out art teaching positions while working on my art.

Bye bye, 3rd. Street studio…

 

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Pictures from My Studio

Here are a few images from my lovely studio at the SFAI Graduate Center, at Third Street, in the Dogpatch area.

These were taken about a week ago, when I was still in the thick of preparing my project for the MFA Thesis Exhibition, Vernissage, at Fort Mason Center last Friday.

If you look closely, you can see my jacket hanging on the wall amongst the yards and yards of found fabrics.

Wonderland in the San Francisco Chronicle

In today’s Sunday edition of the San Francisco Chronicle in the Bay Area section, Wonderland was featured on the front page. Follow the link below for the whole story.

Wonderland Brightens Tenderloin, Artists’ Spirit

“San Franciscans have an endless supply of museums, galleries and exhibit space to visit when they need their art fix. But over the past few weeks, some of the city’s most eye-catching, conversation-sparking art has been available free of charge and in perhaps the city’s unlikeliest space: the streets of the Tenderloin.”
-From the article.

Wonderland in San Francisco Arts Monthly

In this Sunday’s edition of the New York Times sent out to San Francisco subscribers there was an article on Wonderland. San Francisco Arts Monthly is the name of the magazine, and we were on the front page!

A quote from the article: “We are not trying to exploit or oversimplify the complexity of the Tenderloin; we’re trying to engage as many people as possible”. – Lance Fung, curator.

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