You ain’t heard nothin’ yet

Flip Baber, founder and creative director of Johnnyrandom Music Composition & Sound Design, has added sounds, natural jungle sounds to the ambience of David Tomb’s Grand Birds of the Philippines.

Multiple recordings of bird calls from cataloged biological research recordings and from home videos of the Mindanao jungle were combined with sounds of cicadas and frogs then processed to create an audio experience with depth and movement.

You can hear it here but you’ve gotta’ come in and hear it while stepping in to Tombs extraordinary re-creation of the jungle inhabitants and habitat.

We’re Open

We’re open for Open Studios
Friday Night Preview Party 6-9 PM
Saturday and Sunday, 11- 6 PM
Visit the Electric Works Gallery and Electric Works Mission Street Studios
1366 Mission Street between 9th and 10th

On Friday evening David Tomb will be guiding gallery visitors through the wonders of the mysterious jungle terrain of Mindanao that he has re-created in his assemblages for his show Grand Birds of the Philippines.
The artists of Electric Works Mission Street Studios will open their doors, inviting you to connect with San Francisco’s creative community.

Stop on by…

Mindanao Jungle

Step into the gallery and you step into the magnificence of David Tomb’s Mindanao jungle. With luminous and colorful paper assemblages Tomb conveys the spatial depth of Mindanao and the grand birds that live there. A 12-foot high 15-foot wide wall piece of a life size Philippine Eagle nest site commands the gallery.

With this exhibition and with his Jeepney Projects Worldwide, Tomb brings attention to the challenges and tensions these grand birds face in order to survive and share a sustainable future with an ever-growing Filipino population.

Grand Birds of the Philippines
until November 10
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11- 5

Between Destinations

Between Destinations is a stunning new photography book featuring the latest work of Candace Plummer Gaudiani. Her images lyrically transform the vistas of train travel into personal artistic statements reflecting the photographer’s haunting memories of an earlier time. The book, published by Kehrer Verlag, includes an extensive essay by Alison Nordström and an interview with Jane Reed.

Book signing and talk
Wednesday, October 10th, 6-8 pm
Carte Blanche
973 Valencia Street
San Francisco, California 94110