The timeline is finished! One of many elements for the exhibition opening on April 4. It is 3.5’ x 20’, Oil on Linen. I might add a panel for “today” eventually, but for this exhibition, the piece is complete.
Thanks for all the encouragement! This is it hanging in my studio..
And individual panels:
Vietnam war with trompe l’eoil water stains:
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Enid Baxter Ryce, SNOWFIRE, 2013, oil on linen, 36 x 36 inches
TAMIKO KAWATA, CACTUS, 2013, steel safety pines, approx, 36 x 36 inches
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I created these watercolor maps to accompany an interactive sculpture project that I created for First Night Monterey. The maps show sea level rise projections for a part of Monterey County.
Below is an image of us working on the map.
The map is made of wax. People will be able to flood it and also create precipitation to understand how the watershed works.
Hooray! The documentation of the much lauded Codex Dynamic exhibition, projected on the Manhattan Bridge, this past September. I am so grateful to have been a part of it. And, stunned, really, by what Leo Kuelbs and John Ensor Parker created.
The kiddo’s finally adjusted to kinder, so I got a chance to go ahead and finish up this film. I’m excited about the animations especially. More to come…
Our mayor, Bruce Delgado, (who is awesome and also a BLM land agent) asked me to create a poster for this event. Sheep Appreciation Day featured the 3000 head of sheep that are grazing Fort Ord to remove invasive plants.
They ended up not having the Sheep Shiskabobs after all… freaked people out a little to think about that.
More of my work documenting Fort Ord: http://planetord.com
This is a still from the hand painted stop-frame animation series that I am working on called Devil’s Half Acre. It’s taking a long time!
This scene is of Lumpkin’s Jail, in Richmond, Virginia.
More on this project: http://enidbaxterblader.com/film/