Two murals at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art in Novata are the work of San Francisco painter Elisheva Biernoff. By choosing from a library of magnets, visitors to The Tools Are In Your Hands can decide where to place depictions of native species, agriculture, and the elements of the built environment.
Shara Mays’ solo exhibition, Paint. All. The. Things., is on view at Chandran Gallery in San Francisco from August 4 through September 1, 2022.
Past exhibits at the Brower Center have primarily featured white artists, and in turn, this has offered viewers an idea of nature that tends to favor the nonhuman or completely excludes humans.
The brown pelican, which nearly went extinct but then recovered, is a main character in a new art installation in San José.
Ellen Reid SOUNDWALK is a free, GPS-enabled app that covers much of the eastern half of Golden Gate Park.
Artist Ashwini Bhat reckons with intensifying blazes in her adopted home in Sonoma County
An Oakland art gallery funds environmental advocacy.
An immersive sculpture of a golden eagle will honor the history and culture of the Muwekma Ohlone community.
The Float Lab is both an experiment in resilient architecture and a piece of public art.
The Monterey Bay Aquarium’s “MeditOceans” focus on breath, presence, non-judgment, and jellyfish.