A few weeks ago I landed myself at the incredible Runnymede Sculpture Farm, a private collection of more than 150 contemporary art sculptures over a hundred or so acres in Woodside, California. I ended up sleeping under Charles Ginnever’s Kitsune, pictured in the top left image, and was so inspired that I devoted my art column to the place (and getting closer to art). Read it on page 41 in the April edition of Moonshine Ink. Pictured above, clockwise from the top left are: Charles Ginnever’s Kitsune, Celeste Roberge’s Rising Cairn, Mia Westerlund Roosen’s American Beauties, and Ilan Averbuch’s Horse Head. For more information on Runnymede, read about it in SF Gate and Nihonsuki.com.
My Moonshine Ink art column is out! Follow my adventures in duct tape and button- and candle-making in the current issue on stands, or online here: They’re Hunky, They’re Dory.
I did some very small-scale yarn bombing the past couple months, one for Christmas in Tahoe and then the other down in Santa Monica. Anarchy!
Got sawdusty last month for my art column… check it out on stands and online in Moonshine Ink.
My Moonshine Ink art column is out today! I covered the graffiti on the abandoned Donner Summit trains tunnels, and the petroglyphs I found en route. This was a fun one to muse about. Happy reading! You can pick up or download the print edition (page 44) or read the online version.
For my latest art column in Moonshine Ink I covered the topic of travel journaling. Local artist Eva S. Nichols provided some great advice & I put it into practice on my Galapagos trip. Read it here: Seeing What You See.