Apr 21 2008

Art at the Albany Bulb

Published by at 3:09 pm under Art,Videos

“On weekdays, 69-year-old Osha Neumann works as a defense attorney for homeless people at a Berkeley law center. On weekends, he changes into his torn jacket and builds brilliant sculptures at the Albany Bulb, a former landfill that pokes a mile into the San Francisco Bay.” – AlbanyToday

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3 Responses to “Art at the Albany Bulb”

  1. Sara DeWitton 02 Dec 2008 at 9:45 am

    Dear Bulb People

    There is no art anywhere that over the past 10 years has given me such personal joy as the Bulb Art — sniff’s paintings and the wood creatures of Osha Neumann—the farmer philosopher, the warring horseman and the wild exuberant . .creature who greets us at the foot of the path.

    I have shared it with many peoples from all over this earth, and they too have loved it. I know of no combination of setting and art that is so deeply and wonderfully present.

    Thank you. Sara

  2. Sara DeWitton 02 Dec 2008 at 9:49 am

    The reason there are no comments is because you make this difficult to leave a word. What is ‘awaiting moderation?’ Have I been too extreme in my views??

  3. adminon 02 Dec 2008 at 2:58 pm

    Sara: “Awaiting Moderation” just allows me a chance to view comments before they are posted – simply to limit that amount of SPAM. Thanks for your comments.

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