There's No Place Like Home

Earlier this year I started working on a design for a mobile shelter.  With the show fast approaching several news outlets have started to cover what the artists are doing.  Here is a link to The Healdsburg Tribune.

The great thing about this article is that two 10 year olds (Rody & Sophia Jonas) helped raise $500 towards the project.  How great is that community spirit.  This feeds directly into the purpose of the show which is to raise awarenessof homelessness and 'affordable' housing in Sonoma County.

Also of note, I will be participating in the Maker Faire in San Mateo May 19-21.  Click here for a link to my maker page.  I will have a few binder photos and one Munchkin (1/4 scale model of Dorothy) on view.

"You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life." - Winston Churchill

More information to come ...

 

The finishing touches on 'Dorothy' the mobile shelter. Vinyl graphic shell featuring my painting 'Urban Fabric'. Red wheels meant to represent Dorothy's ruby slippers. Yellow accents meant to represent the yellow brick road.

The finishing touches on 'Dorothy' the mobile shelter.

Vinyl graphic shell featuring my painting 'Urban Fabric'.

Red wheels meant to represent Dorothy's ruby slippers.

Yellow accents meant to represent the yellow brick road.

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