My new body of work, entitled ‘twofold’, is a line of folding furniture inspired by origami that is simultaneously wall art and functional furniture. It's made with sustainably harvested plywood, designed on the computer, and cut with a laser cutter.
Please join me for the opening reception of ‘twofold’ in the Flor Y Canto gallery at San Diego State University on December 5th from 6-9pm. The exhibit will be on display December 6-10 from 10am-3pm.
A preview of some of the work is also up on the website and don’t forget to check out the videos of my folding furniture in action!
The gallery is hard to find, so make sure you print off driving directions.
Parking is free the night of the opening, pay parking is available the following week during gallery hours.
From I-8, exit South on College Avenue.
Turn Right on Canyon Crest Drive. (It’s poorly labeled. The intersection has stop lights – Alvarado Road is to the left, Canyon Crest Drive is to the right).
Continue on Canyon Crest past Parking lot A and lot X, the road curves to the left and up a steep hill until you reach the intersection of W. Aztec Circle Drive (which is not labeled but it is a “T” intersection at the end of the road).
On opening night, (December 5th 6-9pm) you may park for free in Parking Structure 8 which is to the left on W. Aztec Circle Drive. Park in spaces marked SP160 or SP400 only. Walk to the 3rd level of the parking structure and follow the signs to Flor Y Canto gallery on the 5th floor of the art building.
During the week, you will find pay parking in Parking Lot W which is to the immediate right on W. Aztec Circle Drive. Walk North/East on W. Aztec Circle Drive to the Art Building at the bottom of the hill. The Flor Y Canto gallery is on the 5th floor across the walkway.
You can call if you get lost 651-226-4216.