Destination Unknown, Perch Art House, San Francisco, CA
Destination Unknown, curated by Ann Trinca, Perch Art House, San Francisco, CA
Palo Alto Public Art Project
The City of Palo Alto’s Public Art Program commissioned a site-specific mural titled Lost in my Abstracted Garden now located at 155 California Ave., Palo Alto CalTrans Station. To learn more about the mural program and other participating artists check-out this...
Art in the Age of Corona, New Museum Los Gatos
New Museum Los Gatos 106 E Main St Los Gatos, CA 95030 Finding My Way / Wandering a Lot is included in the exhibition Art in the Time of Corona, currently on view at the New Museum Los Gatos thru March 13, 2021. This national exhibition of artworks created during the...
Deep in the Willowwacks and Birdball in Green were included in Wild Lands, curated by artist Gina Tuzzi for the Jen Tough Gallery in Santa Fe, NM. The online catalog can be viewed here. Top image: Birdball in the Green, screen print/acrylic on fabric, 16” x 12”,...
Turtle Bay Museum: West Coast Biennial
My Abstracted Garden I was included in Turtle Bay Museum’s West Coast Biennial, juried by David Pagel, Los Angeles Times art critic. On view through April 11, 2021. (image: My Abstracted Garden I)
Deep in the Willowwacks and Land of Magic I (Daisy Clusters) were included in the exhibition Wild Tangent was curated by Perch Art House Director Ann Trinca and New York artist Caetlyn Booth. The exhibition can viewed online. Artists interviews are in the blog.
Land of Magic (Daisy Clusters) was included in the exhibition Ecoconsciousness, organized by Eco Art Space, a non-profit organization in Los Angeles that uses art to teach ecological principles and celebrate nature. New York art critic and author Eleanor Heartney...
FaceBook Artists in Residence, 2019
Facebook Artists in Residence program, Fremont, CA, 40' x 12' mixed-media installation, 2019. Lederer’s project, titled The Land of Magic Awaits, explores life forms in nature—both micro and macro—and conveys the bold and delicate forms that exist...
Two Artworks Commissioned for UCSF Bakar Precision Cancer Medicine Building, San Francisco, CA.
A tapestry-like format shows dense, lush landscape sprouting growth in every direction—haphazard, tangled, and bursting with energy. Seemingly chaotic and lacking of floorplan, the terrain is teaming with activity, and like our natural world, one pocket of plant life...
Left Coast: An Exploration of the West’s Magnetic Draw
Left Coast: An Exploration of the West’s Magnetic Draw Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, June 6 – July 19, 2020 Work selected by Ken Harmen of Hashimoto Contemporary, SF and NY Image: Land of Magic (Daisy Clusters) See the exhibit