Architect Joel Mendelson presents a selection of wooden mobiles and sculptural installations from Whitewash - exploring the critical issue of 'when to paint it white.'
Joel is the Principal of Mendelson Architecture Practice - M/AP - and works on modern houses in the East Bay and Sonoma. He created Whitewash as a side-trip into sculpture and illustration, and learned that the infinite abstraction of driftwood might be worth a second look.
Join us for the opening reception and enjoy light refreshments on Friday, June 3rd from 5:30pm to 8pm. at Esqueleto Oakland at 482 A 49TH St, Oakland, CA