Our newest tabletop sculpture is a nod to the master Isamu Noguchi. We call it,  "I'm Feeling Noguchi". The piece is 29"H, 11 "W, 11"D.












The title of this one is "Checks and Balances", more needed now than we could ever have realized when we started making it back in early October. It is 17" H x 15"W x 13"D




We call this one, "Martial Arts" and it is striking quite a pose. It stands 14 1/2"H x 12"W x 7"D









"Purple Crane", is both an homage to the dearly departed Prince, as well as to the iconic images we see looming above us at the Port of Oakland (very near to where we live). It's dimensions are 21 1/4"H x 15"W x 7"D










And this one is called, "Push and Pull". It is 13 1/2"H x 17"W x 11"D.








Here are some of our most recent paintings. They are all acrylic paints on gallery wrapped canvas, wired and ready to hang without the need for a frame.









"Rhyme or Reason?" is inspired by the Modernist painter Stuart Davis. If you look closely, some of you may recognize shapes from our sculptures. A whimsical reuse of template shapes overlapping and intertwining, creates a sense of depth and perspective.

The painting is 30"H x 40"W x 1.5"D.



This one is called "Riding the L". It is 48"W x 36"H, but can also be hung vertically.





"Back to the Drawing Board" is 40"W x 30"H




"Convergence", is 30"W x 40"L, but can also be hung horizontally.





"Hop, Skip and a Jump" is 48"H x 36"W.









"MIROcosm", is a triptych. When hung closely together, the three panels are 30"W x 30"H.




"Gray Matter" is 40"W x 30"H




This one is called "The Fog of Memory". It is 40"L x 30"H  


This one is called "Bright Moments". It is 48"L x 36"H