Political Installation in a downtown Long Beach window, in partnership with the Long Beach Arts Association A painting on 4 scrolls by Young Summers and Ann Zumwinkle. During exhibit period, window broken at night; unsure if due to nature of political statement. This statement accompanied installation: “Comfort Women” is a euphemism for the 100,000 to [...]
Across the street from the Wiltern, at CicLAvia. Thanks to SheilaO, JoeJ, ShaneS, MarkP and LaurenP for coming and posing, along with other biking strangers who stopped by....
Painting portraits with the general public, up on Mulholland Drive for the with Stephan Van Dyck's Mulholland "Derive" LA Road Concert (until we were kicked out by the National Park Service, durn!). Young Summers and Ann Zumwinkle were primary artists, and collaborators on our Overlook stop included the legendary Sheree Rose, the Dirty Chaps, DumDumZine [...]
Visual interactive projection for The Dirty Chaps at Soundwalk 2012 in Long Beach, involving gold and bugs and goldbugs. Includes an embedded poem, The Cremation of Sam McGee by Robert W. Service, in its entirety. Audience/visitors can click on animation or improvise along with The Dirty Chaps. Thank you to Marco of FLOOD, and DougB [...]