NEWS & EVENTS
Open Studio: April 29 & 30 in Muir Beach, CA
My next Open Studio will be this spring on Saturday and Sunday, April 29 and 30th in Muir Beach, CA from 10am – 4pm each day. There will be a wide selection of my mixed media photography including collages, prints and sculptures, plus signed copies of The Wolf Who Ate the Sky, The Man in Bogotá, notecards and more. This family-friendly event also includes art activities and tea and treats. My address is 1815 Shoreline Hwy. To receive an invitation to this and other art events, please subscribe to my newsletter (by using the box on the right), or contact me.
Interview with Conversations.org
I am very honored to be part of the amazing collection of online interviews at Conversations.org. Rue Harrison interviewed me about my evolution as an artist, my creative process and my work for many years at the Arts & Healing Network. You can read the full interview here: http://www.conversations.org/story.php?sid=505
Collage & Photography: A Hands-On Workshop
Next Class: Dates TBD
I have been offering workshops on collage and photography at The Image Flow in Mill Valley, CA. Participants explore techniques and strategies for combining collage with photographic imagery – including creative destruction, subtraction and addition, mending, layering, transparency, symbolism and hidden messages. Each workshop includes a Tuesday evening session with a slide lecture, and a Saturday all-day session full of hands-on making and demonstrations. No previous experience required. For more information and to register, please click here, or call The Image Flow at 415-388-3569.
The Hour of Land: A Book by Terry Tempest Williams
I am very honored to have one of my mixed media sculptures, Grand Canyon, reproduced on page 362 of The Hour of Land: A Personal Topography of America’s National Parks by Terry Tempest Williams, one of my favorite authors. Her words have deeply shaped my thinking about land, nature, body and art.
There was an exhibit celebrating Terry’s book in June-July 2016, at EUQINOMprojects in San Francisco, CA. For this show, I created a new Bottle Dreams piece (pictured below), called Shearwaters, which features photographs of the Sooty Shearwaters that migrate off the coast of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
The Man in Bogotá – An Artist Book published by Pacific Editions
Pacific Editions has published a beautiful limited-edition artist book featuring six photocollages from my series, Invocations, alongside Amy Hempel’s short story, The Man in Bogotá. Designed by my father Charles Hobson, this book also features his night sky paintings, letter press printing by Rhiannon Alpers, and a clam shell box by John DeMerritt. It was published as a limited-edition of 40 copies in November 2015, and there are only a few copies remaining. If you are interested in learning more about it, please contact me or Charles Hobson.