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Candlestick Trophy by Lauren DiCioccio

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Candlestick Trophy by Lauren DiCioccio

30.00

In a series of three hand-poured beeswax candles, current Affiliate Artist Lauren DiCioccio celebrates Headlands’ Building 952, the Gymnasium. Once home to service members’ basketball games and bowling matches, the Gym now comes to life with performances or installations by resident artists. The ephemeral nature of the candle is a poignant nod to the history of the space and its varied inhabitants over the years. This series is produced in collaboration with the Workshop Residence.

9 1/2"

ABOUT THE MAKER
Lauren DiCioccio’s (AFF ‘13-’14) work has been shown recently at Bellevue Arts Museum, Laguna Art Museum, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, de Saisset Museum, and Tomlinson Kong Contemporary in New York. She has been an artist in residence at the Workshop Residence and Recology, both in San Francisco; the Oberpfalzer Kunstlerhaus in Germany; and the Castilleja School in Palo Alto. She is represented by Jack Fischer Gallery. DiCioccio lives in San Francisco.

*Stock Alert: We have three remaining candles and they are the Male Bowler Edition*

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In a series of three hand-poured beeswax candles, current Affiliate Artist Lauren DiCioccio celebrates Headlands’ Building 952, the Gymnasium. Once home to service members’ basketball games and bowling matches, the Gym now comes to life with performances or installations by resident artists. The ephemeral nature of the candle is a poignant nod to the history of the space and its varied inhabitants over the years. This series is produced in collaboration with the Workshop Residence.

9 1/2"

ABOUT THE MAKER
Lauren DiCioccio’s (AFF ‘13-’14) work has been shown recently at Bellevue Arts Museum, Laguna Art Museum, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, de Saisset Museum, and Tomlinson Kong Contemporary in New York. She has been an artist in residence at the Workshop Residence and Recology, both in San Francisco; the Oberpfalzer Kunstlerhaus in Germany; and the Castilleja School in Palo Alto. She is represented by Jack Fischer Gallery. DiCioccio lives in San Francisco.

*Stock Alert: We have three remaining candles and they are the Male Bowler Edition*

Artist Website