Scott_Photo_06.jpg

Artist Explores SF Bay’s Hidden Tunnel Art

Published 2016 - Mission Local
Way out in the East Bay, hidden in thick trees and brush, there’s a portal to another world. It’s down below the streets in a creek bed, where the mouth of a storm sewer opens up like a cavern. Inside, crawdads scuttle in ankle-deep pools, and ominous booming sounds echo throughout the vaulted interior.


Read full story

 

 
20160923_TRUMPPINIATA_TOTH_03.jpg

Trump Piñata Sales Soar in SF’s Mission

Published 2016 - Mission Local
Deport Trump. That’s the statement that stops pedestrians in front of Casa Bonampak at 1051 Valencia St. But it’s not just the sign that catches the eye. All day long, people are stopping outside the Mexican art and craft store to gawk at Trump piñatas.

Read full story

 

 
20161002_CASTROFAIR_TOTH_02.jpg

The Castro Street Fair: More Laid Back After All These Years

Published 2016 - Hoodline
Early rains cast a brief shadow on the 43rd Annual Castro Street Fair on Sunday, where thick crowds clustered at the main hub at 18th and Castro, while at the edges of the festival, revelers were scattered and overall attendance appeared lower than in earlier years, according to many who have watched the festival evolve.

Read full story

 
pic2.jpg

Vallejo artists who sought refuge from Bay Area housing crisis fear displacement once again

Burglary, vagrancy and grand larceny are the charges listed under photos of alleged Vallejo criminals. With defiant eyes and grim expressions, they look like rough characters. But, these aren’t wanted posters hanging in the post office. These are art pieces displayed at The Works, a screen printing studio in historic downtown Vallejo.

Read full story