This weekend's Spring Open House at the Marin Headlands Center for the Arts overflowed with inspiration for the home. Many of the artists were working with everyday building materials, and others had integrated their large, airy studios into the work they shared with the public. Walls, windows, floors, columns... all were re-imagined.
This largescale piece was painstakingly "written" on the walls with what looked like strips of torn, colored mylar.
Architects Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo of Seattle's Lead Pencil Studio drew in the air, using string to trace over a stream of light coming through the window.
Missed this artist's name but her work intrigued. Drawing connections and creating visual networks seemed to be her theme. This piece was wired, and lit up.
Lisa Prettol's layered, textured wall sculpture.
"they're all in there somewhere" by San Francisco sculptor Kirk Stoller