Current Exhibitions:

Fragile Blue Marble
Artik, Art & Architecture
Sukey Bryan and James Dewrance
394-A Umbarger Road, San Jose
(408) 224-9890

Sea-going
Christ Church, Los Altos
1040 Border Road, Los Altos, California
(650) 948-2151, 2018, ongoing
Photo on paper reredos installation
Foyer: School of fish, Ventana School and young friends of the studio



Photo: Sea-going reredos


Photo: "River" Mural, 8 x 34'


Photo: Kids working on "River"

"River", Grace Cathedral, San Francisco
painted on a temporary construction fence, 8 x 34'
with help from children of the cathedral
Jones Street between California and Sacramento
October, 2017 - June, 2018 - ongoing


Recent pop-up installations:


Photo: Sky Steps

Sky Steps at Grace Cathedral
San Francisco
For Easter Sunday And Earth Day, 2017
(this installation is now down).


Sky Steps featured in The Economist


Article about my work (environment and spirituality) by Lil Copan in the Christian Century



Clark Center, Bio-x, Stanford University
Sky Circle, Temporary pop-up painting
( This is no longer up)
Acrylic on canvas, 30' diameter




Studio News
TED Talk: TEDX Gunn H.S., "Parts of a whole", 1/16/15 Palo Alto, CA
Parts of a whole, Sukey Bryan TEDX Gunn High School

 
Recent Exhibitions

U.S. Embassy in Helsinki, Finland
Arctic Artwork



Original Minds, part 1
Original Minds, part 2
KWMR interview of Sukey Bryan by Elia Haworth on Original Minds,
Pt. Reyes Radio, May 21, 2016


Short video during the Kings Art Center exhibition, "Ice makes a sound and she heard it",
by Niccolo, a young talented Central Valley blogger



Photo: Jim Dewrance

The Sentinel article about the exhibition by Pete Menting




Photo:Jim Dewrance

Sky Fountain
February, 2015
Temporary art installation in the time of drought

Painted by undergraduate students with artist, Sukey Bryan
35x35', acrylic on canvas
The White Memorial Fountain/The Claw
Presented by ResArts, Stanford University

Stanford Magazine, "Blue_Sky Proposition"

Stanford Daily article by Ada Throckmorton

Video by Will Brooks of the students painting sessions

To see Palo Alto Weekly article,
"Artist Turned Adventurer",
by Rebecca Wallace: www.paloaltoonline.com
PDF version: Palo Alto Weekly, 10/21/2011



Studio powered by solar energy! (We are now running the house, studio and an electric car off the solar panels-a dream come true! Next step: a house battery)





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