35 Artists, One Address

Lauren Murrow, San Francisco Magazine, September 2, 2016

Welcome to 1240 Minnesota Street, a plywood-walled warren in the Dogpatch filled with working artists. September 2016, San Francisco magazine.


Dana Hemenway

Light sculptures

Hemenway melds utilitarian objects—raw rope, unfinished wood, extension cords—with handmade materials. Her sculptures are functional art: All are working lights. New pieces weave cords through swaths of laser-cut drywall and hand-built clay, as shown here. Hemenway’s first solo show, All That Glows Sees, will open at Eleanor Harwood Gallery on September 10.