Model for the Puppet Theatre at Marjorie Park. Located in the MOA main office.
Palladian Grand Tree for Neiman Marcus in Dallas, TX.Continue reading “Ocean Christmas Tree, 2005”
Mixed Media, sculptural 25’Christmas Tree. Repeated exhibition. Palladian Grand Tree.Continue reading “Car Tree, 2003”
Neiman Marcus Holiday Tree made of sugar. Palladian Grand Tree.Continue reading “Sugar Tree, 2004”
Temporal, monumental public sculpture about the last 50 years of the civil rights movement that was sparked by the Stonewall Riots of 1969.Continue reading “Stonewall 50: Progress & Reflection, 2019”
The Hanzon Studios installation for Denver PrideFest 2018 was a colorful collection of open doors and warm, welcoming phrases. Inside the structure, part of the Equality Cake and contemplation benches from Shrine to Humanity were included. Quotes about love and openness plastered the inside walls. Chalk was provided for PrideFest participants to self-express.Continue reading “Equal Threshold, 2018”
The Hanzon Shrine to Humanity featured five temples built and designed by Paulo Wellman, then hand-painted and embellished with artistic symbols of the chakra system, as well as steel bells with ornate mallets for festival goers to chime. Over 200 hand-sewn and dyed silk flags, invoking prayer flags, adorned the sanctum, while four proud hand-dyed rainbow flags crowned the perimeter. There were also four hand-painted ‘contemplation benches’ pointed toward the beautiful shrine for festival go-ers to sit a moment and reflect upon what Gay Pride really means to us as individuals, communities, and nations. The lavish colors were not only eye-catching and upbeat, but also paid tribute to Gilbert Baker, the artist and gay rights activist who first designed the rainbow flag, and who passed away in March of this year.Continue reading “Shrine To Humanity, 2017”