Preparation for 2019 Exhibits

I’m in the thick of preparations for two upcoming exhibits in 2019. Several of the Spirit Dolls from the Spirit Doll Series have been selected. I have been fortunate that this summer afforded an opportunity to film on my new documentary about Coastal Access, This film developed from my own experience with Martins Beach, a coastal spot in Half Moon Bay, generations of my family spent summers and winters visiting, fishing and learning over years its seasons. A wealthy businessman purchased the property and closed down public access. Surfrider Foundation has fought successfully to have Martins Beach Public Access restored. … Continue reading Preparation for 2019 Exhibits

‘Specks of Gold, Hidden Treasures’ – Screening and Presentation in San Francisco – Flor de Miel Media

It was an exciting day at the San Francisco Mint on March 04, 2017. What a great turn-out, over 6200 people walked through the historic Mint halls and restored public rooms where miners and savvy businessmen alike traveled to exchange their gold for newly minted dollars and coins. Today, The Mint serves the City for private and public events, and is slated to be converted for a more consistent use. The building has a wonderfully expansive feeling on the street level, with some of the larger rooms-  long glass windows, and smooth stone floors – reminding me of the feel … Continue reading ‘Specks of Gold, Hidden Treasures’ – Screening and Presentation in San Francisco – Flor de Miel Media

Looking Forward – Catherine Herrera Fine Art for 2016

2016 is already positive and abundant with a new offering of work that was created and exhibit recently – which you can read more about below – including an exhibit currently running at the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum at UC Berkeley. Classic and Collector’s online purchase options now includes a newly added feature to make purchase of the original artwork online as secure and easy as ordering prints – with the same high-quality materials and delivery on all our product offerings. A new feature in 2016 – the Fun Collectors accessible product line for beginning collectors just starting their decorating … Continue reading Looking Forward – Catherine Herrera Fine Art for 2016

Flor de Miel Fall Screenings and Speaking Engagements

2014 started and ends with exhibits for Flor de Miel Media and Catherine Herrera Photography. I am very grateful for such a great year, and to be able to meet so many wonderful people who connect with the stories shared in my fine art and photography, and the art projects ‘Bridge Walkers’ and ‘Open Doors to a Healing.’ I am grateful to have a chance to share the stories and life experiences of the people featured in my film and photography work. I feel good when people invite me to share their story with you – the supporters, audience and … Continue reading Flor de Miel Fall Screenings and Speaking Engagements

Daniel Beaty’s ‘Transforming Pain to Power’ premiers in San Francisco

I am grateful for the invitation from Ruth Morgan, director of COMMUNITY WORKS, to the Bay Area Premier of Daniel Beaty’s ‘Transforming Pain to Power’ performance at the Brava Theater on Saturday. Daniel Beaty, author of the book ‘Transforming Pain to Power,’ arrives in San Francisco after a 35-city tour across the country presenting his performance, and sharing his story, with audiences like the one assembled tonight, young adults and seasoned community workers, their smiles, tears and applause, evidence Daniel Beaty’s performance transcends boundaries to talk about incarceration. A consummate performer, Daniel Beaty crosses all barriers in sharing his personal … Continue reading Daniel Beaty’s ‘Transforming Pain to Power’ premiers in San Francisco

Exhibits and Presentations in January 2014 – Flor de Miel Media and Catherine Herrera

2014 – San Francisco Public Presentation Flor de Miel Media has been writing ‘Welcome to the Mission,’ a long form article on development in San Francisco, and a related Performance piece. ‘Welcome to the Mission’ is part of the ‘Open Doors’ project. This week, Catherine Herrera will make a presentation on ‘Welcome to the Mission,’ the performance piece and long form article that considers ‘displacement’ and ‘home’ from the perspective of a contemporary Ohlone person living in San Francisco, to place Ohlone History on the City’s development timeline as a means of reflecting on the past, but also, our present … Continue reading Exhibits and Presentations in January 2014 – Flor de Miel Media and Catherine Herrera