Hard at Work

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I’m just over one week away from installing the work for my upcoming show, “Words that Glimmer, Words that Break” at the Alameda County Law Library. Most of the 30 pieces in the show are brand new works, and I’ve been working so hard to complete them!

Below is a sneak peek. Stay tuned for some written background on these deeply meaningful works.

The show will run May 1st through June 12th, 2015. The Alameda County Law Library is at 125 Twelfth Street in Oakland, CA. They’re open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8:30 to 6 pm and Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30 am to 9 pm.

Please join us for the artist’s reception on Friday May 1st from 4-6 pm. This is a first Friday, and the Oakland Museum’s “Off the Grid” is right across the street. We’ll be heading from the reception to the museum, and then on to hit the galleries for Oakland Art Murmur. It will be a fun night – Come with us!

 Detail from a piece entitled, "Hush!" about the dilemmas of maintaining protective silence during legal proceedings.

Detail from a piece entitled, “Hush!” about the dilemmas of maintaining protective silence during legal proceedings.

 

The sparrowhawk from a piece entitled, "Hush!" about the dilemmas of maintaining protective silence during legal proceedings.

Sparrowhawk detail from “Hush!”

 

The paper brick wall of "Graffiti for Nerds" is being redressed with legal language for it's return to the public eye.

The paper brick wall of “Graffiti for Nerds” is being redressed with legal language for it’s return to the public eye.

 

Truth

“Truth,” a detail from a series of pieces on the nature of language to be indeterminate, making poetry beautiful, and legal code as difficult to write as to understand.

 

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Indeterminate Language: Crime, Life, Poetry

 

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Indeterminate Language: “Justice, Justice”

 

 

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