Saturday, March 28, 2009

Liz Hickok Takes DC

Liz Hickok is back from from Delaware and, on along the way home, she took over Washington DC.

That's right, she was in charge of the most important house in America and she laid down the law, with Jell-O. Listen in on how she did it-


I'm excited to announce the release of my new project The White House: The First 100 Days. The time-lapse video is my hopeful vision of the positive changes that the White House will go through with its new residents.

Three limited edition photos capture the transition from the moldy, shrunken house on day one... the glowing, shining symbol that I hope it will become by day 100, with Obama in office. I have decided to print the smaller size of the photos in a larger edition than my San Francisco in Jell-O series, and to donate 5% of all net proceeds to a local DC charity. The video and photos can both be viewed on my website, along with a other new videos you may not have seen.
If you would like to see the photos in person, and you are going to be in the Bay Area, you are invited to come to Mission Open Studios during the weekend of April 25th and 26th from 11am-6pm, with a special collectors’ preview night on Friday the 24th from 6 to 9pm. Find out the details and see some of the other artists in my building here.

Thanks so much!
Liz Hickok
Yet, no only has she helped to give hope to America, she also fights crime in her spare time.

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