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Exhibition and Events

Reception and Artist Talk at the Griffin Museum of Photography

67 Shore Road, Winchester, MA 01890

Friday, July 28th, 5:30-7:00

An Artist Talk with Liz Hickok on the Griffin Rotary Terrace for a conversation about her creativity, and the work that goes into the Augmented Reality embedded in the artwork. Activated by a QR code, the work comes alive with movement and sound. The attendance to this event is FREE and open to our members and non members alike. We are grateful to the Mass Cultural Council for their financial support to make this event happen.


Center for Photographic Art, Annual 8x10 Fundraising Auction and Exhibition 2023
San Carlos and 9th, Carmel, CA 93921

September 7 – September 28, 2023

Opening reception: Saturday, September 9, 4:00 – 6:00 pm

This online auction and in-person exhibition features small works donated by over 120 established and emerging photographers.

“Eschscholzia californica #2”, is available for bidding now, and I’m excited that there is already one bid! This is part of my new “Regeneration” series, and is a signed UV print on clear acrylic in a shadow box. It is unique, numbered 1/1, and is 9” x 11” x 2.25”.

Bidding for my piece specifically closes on Thu, Sep 28 at 11:28AM. Bid now!


Root Division's 22nd Annual Art Auction
1131 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

Thursday, October 26, 2023
Host Level Access 6PM | VIP Access 6:30PM | Main Event Access 7-10PM

The auction includes contributions from over 175 amazing Bay Area artists which will be on view as an exhibition with in-person events. Proceeds directly support local artists, free art classes for Bay Area youth, and the continued success of Root Division’s unique model for keeping artists working at the heart of San Francisco.

A small "Ferry Building" from my "San Francisco In Jell-O" series will be available to bid on.

Visit Root Division for more information.



"The Metamorphosis and Memory of Flowers", augmented reality installation at Sunnyvale City Hall
456 W Olive Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94086

One of 4 pieces commissioned to be installed at a new, all-electric building, this piece comes to life through an augmented reality experience, incorporating movement and sound, in collaboration with creative technology artist Phil Spitler.

I was inspired by Sunnyvale’s varied and vibrant character to create this symbolic bouquet of flowers. Each element in the bouquet represents a connection to Silicon Valley. The delicate, yet resilient, California Poppies are some of the first flowers to return after wildfires, Apricot flowers reference the history of orchard farming, and Milkweed highlights the monarch butterfly’s migration through the valley. The distortion of the flowers echoes the movements of wind, fire, and water. The added AR experience amplifies those movements, bringing a third dimension to the flowers that bloom outwards into City Hall.

Inflorescence, an interactive, collaborative public art installation for Arts Los Altos

250 Third Street, Downtown Los Altos

An interactive augmented reality public art installation project with Phil Spitler for Arts Los Altos, in the Paseo next to the Yoshi Sushi restaurant at 250 Third Street in Downtown Los Altos.

This project, titled Inflorescence, continues the Regeneration series I began at the beginning of Covid, with murals on Market Street in SF and in Palo Alto. This expanded project has pushed me outside of my normal practice and has been a great opportunity for growth and change. You can check out the progress on my Instagram page where you can also go to keep up to date with the project.

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See what I’ve been up to on my Instagram feed!

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