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"Closed Till Further Notice" was inspired by a visit to the Japanese Tea Gardens in Golden Gate Park. in front of the Japanese Pagoda was a plaque stating that the Japanese-American family who were caretakers of the Gardens were removed and imprisoned in relocation camps during WWII. The artwork incorporates the digital image of the pagoda printed on canvas, with acrylic paint coloring the background. Barbed wire in front of the pagoda symbolize the injustice of the incarceration of the Japanese-Americans during this period. 

Closed Till Further Notice, 2023

 Nature & Nurture: Landscape and Cultural Parody          
 May 8 to July 31, Artist Reception June 3, Saturday 2-4 p.m.
Gallery Sanchez, Noe Valley Ministry, 102
1 Sanchez Street, S.F.

* 2022 Botanical Gardens Special Exhibition: The 2021 juried exhibit, "From Sand Dunes to Forest Canopy Trees of the Golden Gate Park" will finally be shown at the Botanical Gardens Helen Crocker Russell Library, Sept. 3, 2022 - Jan. 31, 2023. An artist reception is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 24, 2 - 4 p.m. Along with 29 other artists, my artwork, "Redwood Grove, Golden Gate Park" can be viewed.
* 2022* Latest work: Experimenting with wax encaustic materials and methods. Continuing landscape and nature studies. 
** 2021 Gallery Sanchez Show **
My solo exhibit at the Gallery Sanchez ended on a very positive and successful note with 15 artworks sold and many who appreciated my work.

* 2020  "Heart Mountain Kabuki: Escape" was accepted for The de Young Art Museum 2020 Open Exhibition. It was a great honor to be included in the exhibit that showcased 877 artworks from artists around the six Bay Area counties.


* 2020  "Pinus radiata" can be viewed on-line at the San Francisco Botanical Gardens From Sand Dunes to Forest: Canopy Trees of Golden Gate Park exhibition. This invitational exhibit was part of the festivities to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Golden Gate Park of San Francisco.

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