Current Installations and Exhibitions:
Color Me Colossus!
Life-size whales, sharks, dolphin, turtles and bat rays
Grace Cathedral, San Francisco
Created by the public. Thank you to everyone!
Save our Seas and Love Wins!
Photo: "Humpback Whale, life-size, chalk"
Photo: "Color Me Colossus artists at work"
Photo: "Save our seas, bless the sharks, and love wins"
Installations around Grace Cathedral celebrating our oceans
Waterfront, Cathedral north transept – on view now
Waterfront, a five panel oil painting explores the beauty and simultaneous power and delicacy of the ocean. This painting, brings the viewer in close as the water is shaped and blown apart by the physics of tidal movement, wind and shoreline. With intense environmental pressures on ocean life and rising global sea levels, our dependence and responsibility for care of the oceans and pushing back temperature rise is a front worth joining.
Photo: Waterfront at Grace Cathedral
Tidal Race, Plaza columns, series of 8 large scale photographs- on view now
Photo: #8 of Tidal Race, photograph
Kelp Forest, Plaza, two murals painted by the Summer Arts Camp – on view now
Impressions of the Ocean, Outdoor labyrinth, a finger paint project by the Community Preschool – on view now
Stacked Waves, Cathedral Facade, a project with the Yoga community – August TBD
Fragile Blue Marble
Artik, Art & Architecture
Sukey Bryan and James Dewrance
394-A Umbarger Road, San Jose
San Francisco, California
Spring 2018 - This is no longer up
Photo: Water Without, installed on Earth Day, 2018
Installing Water Without - The Glue Crew!
Short time lapse movie By Grace Cathedral
1100 California Street, San Francisco, California
May 20- June 6 , 2018
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
Christ Church, Los Altos, California
Photo on paper reredos installation
Foyer: School of fish, Ventana School and young friends of the studio
Photo: Sea-going reredos
Sky Steps at Grace Cathedral
For Easter Sunday And Earth Day, 2017
(this installation is now down).
Photo: Sky Steps
Silicon Valley Open Studios
Silicon Valley Open Studios
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
Temporary art installation in the time of drought
Painted by undergraduate students with
To see Palo Alto Weekly article,
35x35', acrylic on canvas
The White Memorial Fountain/The Claw
Presented by ResArts, Stanford University
Stanford Magazine, "Blue_Sky Proposition"
Daily article by Ada Throckmorton
Video by Will Brooks of the students painting sessions
"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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