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