Sunday, May 31, 2009

Found Cut-out

Found Sculpture

The Living Roof

At The California Academy of Sciences

"Stop and smell the wildflowers during a visit to the Academy's living roof, a 2.5-acre expanse of native California plants. The museum's most iconic green building feature, the roof provides superior insulation, prevents stormwater runoff, reduces the urban heat island effect, and creates a new habitat for native birds, butterflies, and other local wildlife."










My uncle and other companions at the Academy noticed that the living roof had an uncanny resemblance to another fantastic agricultural landscape.... Teletubby Island. And I have to say, it is an eerie topographical synonym.



This is not a beisa oryx

Academy of sciences, San Francisco

Found Time-Based Piece

Melting Candy, outside the De Young

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Overheard: Liberty/Valencia

A dude on the phone, while walking with his girlfriend...

"Hey, I have a question for you about unicorns... Are they gender
specific?..."

Gregory Webster

The Pocket Books

2/5 of the band

Let's Whisper

Antarctica Takes It!

The Apple Orchard

Land Of Ill Earthquakes

Now...
Acoustic music picnic in Dolores Park
Part of SF Pop Fest
There's a really nice spirit here...

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Found Fortune



....says...'A Distant Relative Will Phone You Soon'....

...the way Rice felt while listening.


"But Rice, on the spot, gave Johnson carte blanche to hire the Alberses—and immediately. He made the decision not because he knew anything of them or because Black Mountain was so desperate that he had to pick names out of the hat. Rather, it was the way Johnson had looked when he talked about Albers—and the way Rice felt while listening. 'If you ever meet anybody who has seen a great teacher in action,' Rice explained years later, 'something happens as soon as you mention his name. Something happens to the person that's talking to the person who's talking about him. You see a vision.' It was one of the shrewdest intuitions, perhaps the key decision in Black Mountain's early years."

Friday, May 22, 2009

Found Frame

/found drawing

click on the image for a better look at what is framed

Monday, May 18, 2009

Found Sculpture, Cat Sleeping in the Sun


















slack licorice, soft dusty, flop cuddled
dreaming
in a meadow somewhere, sun warming, squinting
blue ceiling, deep, endless
veils and pillows, soft and swaddle
soft earth, whispering low
caravan of friends trafficking
endlessness, forever, and infinity

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Found Sculpture



Orange Peel : hiding in the grass
Traces of a conscious unveiling : one piece
Traces of time : petrification

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Come One! Come All! (Right Now!)

The California College of the Arts:
MFA Exhibition

Opening Reception: Thursday, May 7, 6–9 p.m.

Info: 415.551.9271
Free and open to the public
Running May 7–16, 10 am–7:30 pm


Come mingle with talented, up and coming, artists like Conrad(ical) Ruiz.
(pictured at left)...


















... and Mysterious, Allstar Curators like the fabulous Jens Hoffmann.
(pictured at left)

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Artist Talk Tonight!!! 7pm



Abraham Cruzvillegas will be here... and so will his parents! Who are
the subject of his recent work for the Passengers exhibition @ the
Wattis Gallery (CCA - 1111 8th st. - San Francisco).

'Abraham Cruzvillegas was born in Mexico City in 1968. He lives and
works in Mexico City and Paris.'
- Wattis Literature

Che Bel Fiore!

Walking along on a gray rainy day and then WHAM! Color hits you upside
the head!

Monday, May 4, 2009

The why...

... It's best not to leave your bike locked up on the street forever...

Because if it doesn't get stripped for parts... It's bound to end up
as somebody's public art project.