T W I R L: A Decade of Artist Interviews
I have been selected as one of the artists for T W I R L.
T W I R L was formed to follow the evolution of a group of artists over a decade. With the goal of creating a digital community of artists, this project seeks to be a point of reflection and an archive of interviews that connect artistically minded people.
ONE + ONE + TWO
In 2016, four recent graduates from CCA founded artist collective ONE+ONE+TWO. We aim to bridge the gap between individual artists and resources in the Bay Area by offering residencies as well as group critiques.
At the corner of Fremont and Harrison Street in San Francisco is a restaurant called Nommo. I assisted Barbara Stauffacher Solomon in painting a super graphic mural of simplified letters in the word, Nommo.
the sea ranch
In the 1960s, Barbara Stauffacher Solomon painted Super Graphics on the interior walls of the Moonraker Bathhouses at the Sea Ranch in Sea Ranch, California. In October of 2018, Barbara, myself and her daughter, Nellie King Solomon, went to Sea Ranch and restored the mural in the women’s room that was destroyed by water damage.
berkeley art museum & pacific Film archive
In August 2018, Barbara Stauffacher Solomon was commissioned to paint a mural on the Art Wall at the Berkeley Art Museum in Berkeley, California. The wall was 66 feet in length by 35 feet high and took four floors of scaffolding to complete. This was the first project I worked with Barbara.