Thanks to the suggestion of my friend Kat, I explored the SF waterfront between Mariposa Ave. and Pier 70 (where I have made some great images before). The area is rich with SF shipping history, and although most of the coolest buildings are completely barricaded behind fences, there is still some cool stuff to see. Here's some of what I found.
Over this past summer, I spent seven weeks visiting a dozen flea markets in the Bay Area. I photographed collections of old objects for a 49-photo piece.
Each image is a separate 6x6 print on aluminum. The whole piece measure 48x48.
I spent 5 days driving through California's old gold-mining towns, traveling south on route 49 from I-80 to Oakhurst. I stopped at Georgetown, Coloma, Amador City, Sutter Creek, Volcano, Campo Seco, Chinese Camp, Jackass Hill, Knight's Ferry, Coulterville, Hornitos, Bear Valley, and Mariposa. Here's some of what I found.
I'm excited to be joining 80 other artists in Redwood City and San Carlos on December 4th for my first open studio!
The Art Center will be open with 27 very talented artists. Come see the art, talk to the artists, have a snack, and maybe buy a very special holiday gift.
1700 Industrial Rd
San Carlos, CA 94070