Three-Dimensional Works

TAMAL-ARTE An installation of over 3000 totomoxtle or corn husks individually made empty tamalitos. It is versatile and modular, creating cascading, flowing musical drapes. Depending on the desired effect, led lights and masks are optional. First shown at Somarts for Dia De Los Muertos in San Francisco, 2018. Presently, it is installed in SunnyCo Studio Gallery in San Franciso.

Corn husks, totmoxtle, installation, corn husk installation

Tamal-Arte, totomoxtle installations 
maize, raffia, led lights, and paper mache, suspended from the ceiling

In October and November of 2021, Noches Bohemias (Bohemian Nights) was a three-night celebration of Dia de Los Muertos honoring the Beat Poets with special recognition to Diane Di Prima, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Jack Hirschman, Janice Mirikitani, Michael McClure, and ruth weiss. We brought our North Beach community together with poetry readings, and music in our sunnyCo Studio Gallery on 480 Francisco Street in San Francisco.