Growth Art Show
The Growth group art show was dedicated to the Bay Area and how it affects others in creative ways. This show was located at 1920C in San Francisco's Chinatown. Proceeds went towards 826Valencia, a non-profit organization. For this show, I created three 10" x 10" hand stretched watercolor paintings with handcrafted wooden frames. My overall concept features daily encounters. The main point of these pieces is: appreciate the little things.
Rooftop at 29th Daydreaming and stargazing on rare clear nights with some sleeping pigeons. The constellations are accurate for Apr 15, 2016 in San Francisco.
The Sunset A dedication to my neighborhood and the beautiful sunsets off of Ocean Beach. Featuring the Muir Woods in Marin, California poppies, Ocean beach, and the golden sun.
Watercolor and goldflake, 2016.
Muni Cutie Catching some z's on the bus, literally. This piece is based off my long overdue appreciation for the Muni when I was car-less in middle school & high school. I used my old bus passes to decorate the frame and for the 💤.
Watercolor and MUNI passes, 2016