"Elegant forms and structures combine with intriguing textures to give these contemporary sculptures a sense of mystery and aniquity."
Gina Telcocci’s sculpture & installation work has been exhibited widely across the US, Mexico, and in South Korea. Public commissions include the University of New Mexico/Los Alamos, Walnut Creek Library, and the renovated Potrero Hill Library, in San Francisco, CA. Telcocci has created temporary installations for public and private sites such as First Plaza, Albuquerque, NM; Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, NM; Pojoaque Pueblo and San Jose Canyon, NM; and for the City of Oakland’s Cultural Art Dept. programs. Telcocci has received numerous grants and awards, from, among others, the Pollock Krasner Foundation, Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation, and the City Of Oakland. Her work can be seen at GearBox Gallery. In Oakland, CA, and Ernesto Mayans Gallery, in Santa Fe, NM.
Gina Telcocci makes things from wood, willow, reed, wire, and other found materials and objects. She collects much of her materials on walks with the dogs along the San Francisco Bay, or in the hills of Northern New Mexico.