The handmade book, Hydrospheric Variations, is now in the collection of the Ft. Wayne Museum of Art, Indiana.

Planning continues for several exhibits in the new year:

I am curating an exhibit, opening March 15, at Chung 24 Gallery in Noe Valley, San Francisco. Artists in the show are Mark Citret, Michael Starkman, Susannah Hays, Cindy Stokes, and Tony Bellaver. I’m getting ready for the Superfine Art Fair at Fort Mason, March 23–26. And planning continues for September’s exhibit at Richmond Art Center, recently meeting with the curator, Roberto Martinez.

I am still working on the assemblage project in boxes. A few months ago, my studio neighbor Paul Hofmann gave me some wood boxes. Later, while walking in north Berkeley, I found a biography of Joseph Cornell in a Little Free Library. These things came to me unasked for and called me to compose photographs and objects in the boxes. Five are finished (or still being tweaked) and there’s one new piece coming along.

The 2021 series, Memento Mori, consists of 11 images printed on canvas then mounted to wooden panels with copper leaf edges. I’ve wanted to do more hands-on work for some time, starting with Memento Mori and continuing on with the assemblage boxes. This series is now a print-on-demand book, available at