Echo Park bus stop mural
Echo Park bus stop mural

Located at Echo Park Blvd and Montana Street, funded by the City of LA.

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bus stop mural, detail
bus stop mural, detail
Eagle Rock mosaic installation
Eagle Rock mosaic installation

Located at 2008 Colorado Blvd., Eagle Rock, CA. Commissioned as part of the "Make Art not Trash" public art project.

Herradura Tequila commission, ceramic and fused glass installation on oak barrel, 36"x 28"
Herradura Tequila commission, ceramic and fused glass installation on oak barrel, 36"x 28"

Inspired by the very beginning of any drop of tequila, my piece is an interpretation of the cell structure of the agave.

The stomata is the cell that opens in daylight to take in CO2. I imagined it with molten amber glass fired onto ceramic stomata cells, bubbling out like a fermenting tequila.

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Santa Rosa ceramic tile installation project
Santa Rosa ceramic tile installation project

One of nine installations funded by the City of Santa Rosa. Each contained letters to spell out the name of the city, creating a treasure hunt for pedestrians.

detail, Santa Rosa installations
detail, Santa Rosa installations
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Echo Park bus stop mural
2014-07-10 20.04.33.jpg
bus stop mural, detail
Eagle Rock mosaic installation
Herradura Tequila commission, ceramic and fused glass installation on oak barrel, 36"x 28"
barreldetail2.jpg
Santa Rosa ceramic tile installation project
detail, Santa Rosa installations
IMG_4315.JPG
Echo Park bus stop mural

Located at Echo Park Blvd and Montana Street, funded by the City of LA.

bus stop mural, detail
Eagle Rock mosaic installation

Located at 2008 Colorado Blvd., Eagle Rock, CA. Commissioned as part of the "Make Art not Trash" public art project.

Herradura Tequila commission, ceramic and fused glass installation on oak barrel, 36"x 28"

Inspired by the very beginning of any drop of tequila, my piece is an interpretation of the cell structure of the agave.

The stomata is the cell that opens in daylight to take in CO2. I imagined it with molten amber glass fired onto ceramic stomata cells, bubbling out like a fermenting tequila.

Santa Rosa ceramic tile installation project

One of nine installations funded by the City of Santa Rosa. Each contained letters to spell out the name of the city, creating a treasure hunt for pedestrians.

detail, Santa Rosa installations
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