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New Photo Exhibit Reveals Diversity in a Cubic Foot of SF Bay

September 14, 2011 by Elizabeth Proctor

The Golden Gate Bridge, approaching its 75th anniversary, is the most photographed bridge in the world -- but what about what lies underneath it? Photographer David Liittschwager decided to address just that and discovered that the number of living things that pass through a cubic foot of water here in an hour is greater than the number of cars that have ever driven over it.

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From Gully to Gallery: Restoration Art in Berkeley

January 25, 2011 by Juliet Grable

Marin-based artist Daniel McCormick creates "perma-sculptures," structures he places on hillsides and creek banks to slow the rush of run-off from degraded agricultural lands and paved-over urban areas. But this time, he's designed and create works especially for a gallery show, which opens with an artist talk on January 27.The show is a first for both the artist and the curators. He designed each piece specifically for the exhibit, taking into consideration the challenges of hanging them on a wall rather than staking them into a stream bank.

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