The latest Central Coast installment for KCET’s Artbound highlights the architecture of Mark Mills.
Designing primarily along California’s Big Sur Coast, Mark Mills was an experimental architect of structures of an organic quality with emphasis on modern elegance that was informed by the building sites’ natural landscape.
More images: http://www.flickr.com/photos/slomuse/sets/72157631569757944/
Travel along the coastal route of the El Camino Real and explore the rich, diverse cultural and artistic identity of San Luis Obispo County. This installment in the series celebrates the mavericks, pioneers, and experimental thinkers of the county.
Oct 1 2012
A piece for the Kennedy Library’s Banned Book Week display.More info: Banned Book Week 2012
The Catcher in the Rye – JD Salinger | Altered book by Cate Trujillo
Banned Books by Mark Bieraugel
Snow Falling on Cedars by David Guterson | Altered book by Jan Kline
Yard Bombs in Kennedy Library’s Atrium