Re:Sound Sun at Mare Island
Collaboration with Cheryl E. Leonard
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Live Art Performance at Temescal Art Center
Presented by Shapeshifters Cinema
with composer Cheryl Leonard
Rebecca Haseltine creating art and projecting it live!
Sunday Feb. 8 8pm 2015
Get a glimpse of the live piece: click on the image below:
Cheryl Leonard is in the right corner playing hand made instruments and field recordings. Artist is in her tent in the left corner, doing live pourings on glass – projected on the back wall.
Here’s my set-up.
view a brief clip from the show – more to come!
ICA Auction October 2014
ICA curator Donna Napper with the artist at ICA Auction – piece sold for the buy it now price!
Ground Water Solo Show April 2014
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Standing with the Watershed Mountain Sage
Groveland, CA March 2014
|Standing with the Watershed Sarah Anne Graham, 2013|
|Opening Reception: Saturday, March 15th, 2014; 11am – 4pmin the heart of the Sierra Nevada at RIM: River in Motion CenterMountain Sage Cafe and Nursery, 18653 Main St, Groveland, CA 95321 (Map)|
Come enjoy storytellers, speakers, the artists, and food and drink from the cafe all throughout the day. And more than anything, come to get to know the watershed,
Dusty Vaughn, Rim Fire, 2013
The focus on the Tuolumne River ecosystem is heightened by the recent events of the Rim Fire that tore through the watershed in and around Yosemite. This river provides much of Tuolumne County and the City of San Francisco, totally 3 million water users. Wholly H2O has assembled a provocative group of 15 artists working to address the environmental issues surrounding this interrelationship.
Presenting works in a variety of media, the show Standing with the Watershed opens in the RIM: River in Motion Ceneter on Saturday, March 15th. The artists share their interpretations and experiences defined by the nature-urban interface and the dynamic transformative element of wildfire that brings the tension in this relationship to the fore. Both the physicality of the Tuolumne River Watershed and the use of these waters in Tuolumne County and San Francisco are the launching points for all of the artists’ work. Grappling with the dynamic and unpredictable variables of ‘natural disasters’ provokes a corresponding response exhibited in the paintings, photographs and installations on view in the gallery.
Curtis Creek Student, Rim Fire 2013
Curtis Creek Elementary 6th Grade Art, Painting
Catherine Chang, Graphic Design Graphic Design
Elizabeth Dougherty and Ellie Owens, Mixed Media Fountain, photography
Ariel Saari Galos, Mixed Media
Kevin Galos, Photography
Sarah Anne Graham, Wood Carving Map
Rebecca Hazeltine, Painting
Robb Hisrch, Photography
Leslie Hailey Hurst, Oil Painting
John Moore, Oil Painting
Misha Rauchwerger, Photography
Grace Rubenstein, Photography
Dusty Vaughn, Photography
Leslie Hailey Hurst, Rim Fire, 2013
The exhibit aims to expose the energy and vitality of this watershed and water system before, during and after the Rim Fire. The stories and impressions exhibited use the Fire as a point of reference but extend deeper into the human relationship with this watershed and the causal relationships behind environmental disasters. The show is inspired at times by the tragic beauty of the natural landscape engulfed in flames and its people reeling in the fire’s path and aftermath. Other moments the show draw us in to the urban side of the water system sharing impressions where this water is used by 2.5 million of the urban residents in the Bay Area.
“Standing with the Watershed” at RIM Center offers a new perspective in our series of exhibitions in the space that strive to reinterpret the modern urban condition and redefine our relationship with nature.
Gallery hours are open Wed – Mon (Closed Tues) 7am – 2pm.
For more information about the show, please visit: Wholly H2O
We Are = Movement 2012
The Body is a Book pieces hold court for a variety of movement events.
Honored Artist May 2009
selected by peer review Hunters Point Shipyard Artists