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    AEDUCATION: B.A., Bennington College, Bennington, Vermont
     
     
    ASOLO EXHIBITIONS (selected)
     
   
  2012 Future Studio Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  2011 Driftwood Salon, San Francisco, CA
  2010 Future Studio Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  2011 Driftwood Salon, San Francisco, CA
  2008 Future Studio Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  2007 Future Studio Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  2006  Design Within Reach, Art Basel Miami Beach, FL
  2005 1212 Gallery, Burlingame, CA
  2004 Design Within Reach, Santa Monica, CA
  2004 Montclair Gallery, Oakland, CA
  2004 Design Within Reach, San Francisco, CA
  2001 Durka Rojas Gallery, San Francisco, CA
  1998 Vale Craft Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
  1997 Vale Craft Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
  1997 del Mano Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  1997 The Stones Gallery, San Francisco, CA
  1997 Saks Fifth Avenue Windows, San Francisco, CA
  1996 Vale Craft Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
  1995 ComputerGear, Seattle, Washington
  1993 del Mano Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  1992 Tesori Gallery, San Mateo, CA
  1991 Cerro Coso College, Ridgecrest, CA
  1990 Ghia Gallery, San Francisco, CA
  1973 Gensler and Associates, San Francisco, CA
  1972 William Sawyer Gallery, San Francisco, CA
  1966 The Contemporaries, New York City, New York
 

1964

The Tarot Gallery, New York City, New York
     
    ATWO-ARTIST EXHIBITIONS (selected)
     
   
  2010 FLOAT Gallery, Oakland, CA, Jabberwocky
  2008 FLOAT Gallery, Oakland, CA, Beneath the Surface
  2005 1212 Gallery, Burlingame, CA
  1998-99 Elizabeth S. & Alvin I. Fine Museum of Congregation Emanu-El
  1990 Chabot College, Hayward, CA
  1971 Vorpal Galleries, San Francisco, CA
  1970

University of Hartford, West Hartford, Connecticut

     
    AAWARDS
     
   
  2009 Silver Medal, Artbots Static Division, RoboGames 2009
  2008 Bronze Medal, Artbots Static Division, RoboGames 2008
  1998 Spertus Museum’s Phillip and Sylvia Spertus Judaica Prize: Staff Favorite Purchase Award for The Havdalah Spice Container Exhibition
  1992 Arts/Industry Residency, Kohler Co.’s Foundry/Enamel Shop, Kohler, WI, (awarded but not exercised)
 

1965

Perkin-Elmer Corporation Award, The Silvermine Guild’s 16th Annual New England Exhibition

     
    AGROUP EXHIBITIONS (selected)
     
   
  2015 Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA, The 2015 Dorothy Saxe Invitational: Tzedakah Box
  2015 John Natsoulas Center for the Arts, Davis, CA, Bark! 2015: An Artistic View of Man’s Best Friend
  2015 ARC Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Impulse: Bay Area juried Exhibition & Off-the-Wall Sale
  2014 Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA, tiny
  2014 Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Delicious
  2014 The Reclaimed Room, San Francisco, CA, SCRAP Art: Creative Reuse in the Bayview
  2014 Driftwood Salon, FOUR: A Four Year Anniversary Group Show (curated by Camille Ochoa)
  2013 Satellite66 Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Vox Accendo
  2013 Elizabeth S. & Alvin I. Fine Museum of Congregation Emanu-El, San Francisco, CA, Traditional by Conception, Modern by Design: An Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Judaica in honor of Rabbi Stephen S. Pearce
  2013 Art Works Downtown gallery, San Rafael, CA, Drawing (juried by Suzanne Gray McSweeney and Donna Seager of Seagergray Gallery)
  2013 Arc Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Mayhem (juried by Alan Bamberger, catalog)
  2013 Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Delicious: work inspired by food & drink
  2013 SOMart, San Francisco, CA, BarBot: Automatic
  2012 Arc Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Scrap Art – SCRAP’s 4th Creative Reuse Exhibition
  2012 Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA, tiny
  2012 Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Waterfront: Views of the Bay Area Coast
  2012 Arc Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Lost and Found (curated by Matt McKinley)
  2012 Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Delicious
  2012 La Luz de Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Laluzapalooza
  2012 Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA, Do Not Destroy Trees, Art, and Jewish Thought: An Exhibition and The Dorothy Saxe Invitational
  2011 Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Mischief
  2011 Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Delicious
  2011 Gottheif Art Gallery, La Jolla, CA, Invitational Passover Show: Old Story/New Works
  2011 Arc Gallery, San Francisco, CA, THE GUERRILLA SHOW: Join the Revolution
  2010 2010 Arc Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Dollhouse (juried by Jack Fischer)
  2010 Driftwood Salon, San Francisco, CA, Be Well: The Power Of Perception (curated by Camille Ochoa)
  2010 Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Tiny: small works under 7" x 7"
  2010 Arc Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Reframe: Making Sense of Waste (curated by Hanna Regev)
  2010 Driftwood Salon, San Francisco, CA, Lost and Found
  2010 La Luz de Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Everything But the Kitch 'N Sync
  2009 reMake Lounge, Crocker Galleria, San Francisco, CA, ReVisions: New Creations from Scrap
  2009 Lower Deck Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Automatic: Benefit Show for RoboGames 2010
  2009 Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, CA, RoboGames 2009
  2009 La Luz de Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Everything but the Kitchen Sync
  2009 Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA, The Dorothy Saxe Invitational. New Works/Old Story: 80 Artists at the Passover Table (catalog)
  2009 Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, CA, RoboGames 2008
  2008 580 Hayes Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Ancient City
  2008 Float Gallery, Oakland. CA, Robots Are Art
  2007-08 GarageGallery, San Francisco, CA, Saab Drivers Present Art
  2007 Montclair Gallery, Oakland, CA, Man’s Best Friend
  2006 James Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA, Baseball and Blues
  2006 GarageGallery, San Francisco, CA, Gala Opening of GarageGallery
  2006 George Krevsky Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Top of the 9th: The Art of Baseball
  2006 Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA, Scents of Purpose: Artists Interpret the Spice Box
  2005 Palm Springs Convention Center, Palm Springs, CA, Palm Springs Modernism
  2003 1212 Gallery, Burlingame, CA, Inaugural Exhibition
  2002 Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC, The Dog Days of Summer
  2002 George Krevsky Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Extra Innings: The Art of Baseball
  2002 John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI, An Inch of Art
  2001 California, Craft Alliance, St. Louis, MO, Telling Tales: NarrativeTeapots (curated by Gail Brown)
  2001 SOFA NY: Fourth Annual Int'l Expo of Sculpture Objects & Functional Art, Exhibited by Mobilia Gallery
  2001 Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, MA, Sitting Pretty: Variations on the Chair
  2001 Microsoft/Metreon, San Francisco, CA Tails of the City: The Microsoft Mouse as Art
  2000 The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, Religious Sculpture 2000
  1999 The Jewish Museum San Francisco, Invitational, Making Change: Artists Interpret the Tzedakah Box
  1999 Strybing Arboretum, San Francisco, California, Up aTree, (invited by SF Craft & Folk Art Museum)
  1999 Silvermine Guild, New Canaan, Connecticut, USA CRAFT TODAY '99 Third Juried Biennial
  1999 Zenith Gallery, 13th Annual Humor Show: Its Washington, DC, We Need All the Humor We Can Get
  1999 San Francisco Craft & Folk Art Museum, San Francisco, California, Illumination!
  1998-99 Spertus Museum, Chicago, Illinois, The Havdalah Spice Container
  1998-99 The American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog, St. Louis, Missouri, Toy Dogs and Dog Toys
  1998 Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC, 12th Annual Humor Show: Laughing Your Art Out
  1997 Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC, Light of my Life (Menorah show by gallery artists)
  1997 The Jewish Museum San Francisco, L'Chaim: A Kiddush Cup Invitational
  1997 The American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog, St. Louis, Missouri, The Dog in American Craft
  1997 Hebrew Union College, New York, NY, Drawing From the Source: Miriam, Women's Creativity and New Ritual, Miriam Cup Invitational Exhibition, (curated by Ma'yan: The Jewish Women's Project)
  1997 Oakland Museum of California, Hello Again: A New Wave of Recycled Art and Design
  1996 Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, Illinois, All the Trimmings
  1996 Lawrence Hultberg Fine Art, San Francisco, California, Assemblage Barrage
  1995 Bolinas Museum, Bolinas, California,6th Annual Miniature Invitational
  1995 The Jewish Museum San Francisco, Light Interpretations: A Hanukah Menorah Invitational
  1995 Vale Craft Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, Masks & Figures
  1995 George Krevsky Fine Art, San Francisco, California, Art, the Great American Pastime
  1995 SFMOMA, San Francisco, California, Artphones: GTE Mobilnet's 10th Anniversary
  1995 The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, California, Art & Technology
  1994 Contemporary Craft Museum, San Francisco, California, Made in California
  1994 Solomon Dubnick Gallery, Sacramento, California, Sculptural Furnishings III
  1994 George Krevsky Fine Art, San Francisco, California, Summer Sculpture Show
  1994 Sheraton Towers, Chicago, Illinois, Exhibited by Solomon Dubnick Gallery, SOFA 1994 Exposition
  1993 William Sawyer Gallery, San Francisco, California, Tribute: In Remembrance of Dr. William Sawyer
  1993 The Jewish Museum San Francisco, San Francisco, California, House of Cards Invitational
  1993 Berkeley Recycling Center, Berkeley, CA, RE Festival Trashformations (Curated by Cameron Cartiere)
  1993 Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, California, 9th Biennial Drawing & Printmaking Exhibition
  1993 The Jewish Museum San Francisco, San Francisco, California, About Face - 1993 Mask Invitational
  1993 DaVinci Gallery, Los Angeles City College, Los Angeles, California, Recycler
  1992 Nemiroff Deutsch Fine Art, Santa Monica, California, Bazaar
  1992 Gallery of Functional Art, Santa Monica, California, Lights Up!
  1991 Falkirk Cultural Center, San Rafael, California, Shrines: A Place of Worship
  1991 Tesori Gallery, San Mateo, California, Three-Artist Exhibition
  1990 Artspace: A Gallery of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Kohler, WI, A Midsummer Night's Dream
  1990 Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA, 65th Annual Crocker-Kingsley Exhibit (Juried by Patterson Sims)
  1989 Art Store Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Small Works: Images by 23 Artists at the Hunters Point Shipyards Concentration in the Performing Arts
  1978-88 Oakland Museum, Oakland, California, Four Quilts by Seventy Women (Donated to the permanent collection by Judy Raffael)
  1977 Palo Alto Cultural Center, Palo Alto, California. Palo Alto First Festival of the Art
  1973 Kaiser Center, Oakland, California, Works from the William Sawyer Gallery
  1972 College of Marin, Kentfield, California, Exhibition of Contemporary Bay Area Trends. Works selected from Sawyer, Quay and Vorpal Galleries
  1972 Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, California, Four Quilts by Seventy Women, followed by an American Federation of Arts national two-year tour of museums and universities
  1971 The Westmoreland County Museum of Art, Greensburg, Pennsylvania, Recent Trends in American Art
  1969 Lehigh University, Pennsylvania, 16th Annual Exhibition of American Contemporary Paintings
  1969 Rutgers University show of prints and drawings, Rutgers, New Jersey
  1968 East Hampton Gallery, New York City, New York, Three New Voices
  1968 International Young Artists Exhibition, Osaka, Japan
  1967 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 162nd Annual Exhibition of Watercolors, Prints and Drawings, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  1967 Whitehouse Galleries, New York City, Artists for Israel Emergency Fund, exhibition and auction
  1967 Lehigh University, Pennsylvania, 14th Annual Exhibition of American Contemporary Paintings
  1965-66 Westchester Art Society, 1st & 2ndAnnual Exhibitions, (Juried by Lawrence Alloway & John I. H. Baur)
  1965 The Contemporaries, New York City, New York, Black and White
  1965 The Silvermine Guild of Artists, New Canaan, Connecticut, 16th Annual New England Exhibition, Perkin-Elmer Corporation Award for painting, (Juried and awarded by Thomas M. Messer)
  1964 A. M. Sachs Gallery, New York City, New York, Christmas Group Show
 

1963

Georg Jensen, New York City, New York, Fifth Avenue windows, Hand-knotted Rugs

     
    ABIBLIOGRAPHY: Articles, Reviews and Media (selected)
     
   
  BENNINGTON MAGAZINE "From Miho to Marfa: A Bennington Insider's Guide to the Can't-Miss Experiences in Art," pp. 18-34, Spring/Summer 2011
ROBOT MAGAZINE "PC Artbots Grow on Our Walls!" editorial feature, p. 13, January/February, 2011
BOULEVARD SENTINEL “ARTBOTS,” Future Studio Gallery Exhibition, p.16, Los Angeles, CA Sept. 2010
EAST BAY EXPRESS “Jabberwocky,” Picks review by DeWitt Cheng, p.18, Oakland, CA Sept.15, 2010
WOMEN’S WORLD Magazine feature by Irene Engel, pp. 127-133, Tel-Aviv, Israel, December, 2009
SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE "Artists Reflect on the Seder Plate,” by Laura Thomas, pp. F1-F2 w/photo, Home & Garden; San Francisco, CA, April 5, 2009. Also in SFGate.com
CALIFORNIA HOME+DESIGN  "Art + Antiques," The Best in Art, Auctions and Gallery Openings, by Erin Feher, includes Liz Mamorsky's seder plate at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, p.62, March/April 2009
BART-TV "BARTable Destination: Contemporary Jewish Museum," video featuring interview with Liz Mamorsky, March 3, 2009
ARTDAILY.ORG "The Dorothy Saxe Invitational Exhibition, New Works/Old Story,” Online article about the  Contemporary Jewish Museum’s show w/photo of Liz Mamorsky’s  Lazy Daisy Seder Plate, February 27, 2009
ROBOT MAGAZINE "RoboGames Grow Up! 176 Teams from 19 countries!" by Lem Fugitt, pp. 34-37 , November/December, 2008
SERVO MAGAZINE "RoboGames 2008: A World Class Event,” by Samuel Coniglio, pp. 56-59,
Oct. 2008
KGO-TV "View From the Bay,” Lizland,October 23, 2008
PIEDMONT POST "At Float Gallery, see Beneath the Surface," by Ross Todd Kerr, p. 23,
April 23, 2008
EAST BAY EXPRESS "The Depths of the Subconscious," review by DeWitt Cheng, p. 23 April 9, 2008
J. THE JEWISH NEWS WEEKLY "A Deeper Look," color photo w/listing - Float Gallery, p.34a, March 21, 2008
SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE "The Art of Baseball,” p. 14, Datebook/This Week; San Francisco, CA,
March 26, 2006
ARTWORKS "The Top Ten Art Houses,” Erin Clark, pp. 88-89, Carmel, CA
AMERICANSTYLE "A Colorful Life,” profile by Charlotte Richardson w/color, pp. 68-75, Baltimore, MD, October 2005
SF ARTS MONTHLY  "Artists give the Spice Box a Modernist Slant,” by Sura Wood, pp. 1 & 3, w/ photo, vol.15 no.3; San Francisco, CA, August 2005
THE DAILY JOURNAL "OpArt Dances in a Sea of Color," by Leah Barvels, Lifestyle, p 25, San Mateo, January 15, 2005
BREATHE

"Portfolio: Hot Spots," by Meredith Tromble w/color photos, pp. 114-119, New York, NY, January/February 2005

SANTA MONICA DAILY PRESS "Organic Abstraction on Display in Santa Monica," by Daily Press Staff, p. 11, Santa Monica, CA August 6, 2004
HGTV "Before & After," BAA-1206, Broadview Media, Minneapolis, MN, Nov. 21, 2004
CALMAX "Lizland: Functional and Dysfuctional Art." Sarah Weimer, Creative Reuse. pp. 8-9, Sacramento, CA Fall 2004
SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE "Ashes to Art," feature by Angelica Pence with color photos, Home & Garden, pp. F1 and F6, San Francisco, CA, April 17, 2004
FOOD NETWORK "Ultimate Kitchens," TV show featuring Liz Mamorsky in Lizland, Oct. 14, 2001
AMERICANSTYLE "Born Again," article by Lee Lawrence w/color photo, pp. 89-91, Baltimore, MD, Summer 2001
BENNINGTON “The Alumni Magazine,” cover: color photo, Bennington, VT, Spring 2001
KPIX-TV “Evening Magazine,” TV show from Lizland featuring Liz's menorahs, hosted by Malou Nubla & Jonathan Karsh; San Francisco, CA, December 5, 2000
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Cover: color photo of “Neil Tzedakah Box,” Detroit, MI, March 17, 2000
HOME & GARDEN NETWORK “Lofty Ideas,” produced by Tim Alp & Kathy Doherty of Mountain Road Productions, Ottowa, Canada. 2000
KRON-TV “Liz Mamorsky Makes a Menorah,” produced by Amy Guttman, live interview by Malou Nubla on Daybreak; San Francisco, CA, 6:49 AM, December 3, 1999
SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE “Artist Gives Recycled Materials a New Life,” article by Karyn Houston w/ b&w photo, Home/ Hot Stuff, p.2 (Z-1); San Francisco, CA, May 26, l999
AMERICANSTYLE “Visionary Bark Drawings in Fantasy Frames,” photo with blurb, p.8, Westside Weekly Calendar; Los Angeles, California, August 29, 1997
LOS ANGELES TIMES “Visionary Bark Drawings in Fantasy Frames,” photo with blurb, p.8, Westside Weekly Calendar; Los Angeles, California, August 29, 1997
CHICAGO SUN-TIMES At The Galleries, B & W photo w/ listing, p. 25; Chicago, IL, Oct. 25, 1996
OHIO JEWISH CHRONICLE Color cover photo w/ statement, p. 3; Columbus, OH, Dec. 14, 1995
HADASSAH MAGAZINE “Incredible Lightness,” article w/ color photo, pp. 30-33, Vol. 77, No. 4; NYC, NY, December 1995
SF EXAMINER MAGAZINE “Holiday,”Bay City Best, by Beth Wintrogen McLeod w/ color photo, p. 6, (a section of the Sunday Examiner & Chronicle); SF, CA, Sunday, Nov. 5, 1995.
JEWISH BULLETIN “Artists liberate menorot, illuminating traditional forms with new visions,” Front cover story w/photo, by Teresa Strasser, p. 1 & 48; SF, CA, Nov. 3, 1995
THE OAKLAND TRIBUNE Christina Eng, p. Cue-2, Cue to Kids’ Stuff; Oakland, CA, March 31, 1995
CHICAGO TRIBUNE “Crafty People,” by Mary Daniels w/photo, Home/Calendar, section 15, p. 4; Chicago, IL, February 19, 1995
SF BAY GUARDIAN “About Face,” Critic’s Choice - Art, review by Harry Roche w/photo, p. 61; vol. 27, no. 26, San Francisco, CA, March 31. 1993
SF ARTS MONTHLY “Liz Mamorsky Gets Lost and Found in her Art,” feature article by Jillian Fritch with photos, p. 3, vol. 4, no. 1, San Francisco, CA; March 1993
THE STOCKTON RECORD “Showcased Artists Explore the Frontiers of the Mind,” review by Sand Kakuda, pp. 4-5; October 7, 1990
ART - OAKLAND MUSEUM “Four Quilts by 70 Women,” by Hazel Bray; Oakland, California, June, 1977
OAKLAND TRIBUNE They Paint a Picture of Prejudice,” article by Joan McKinney with photo, pp. 1-S & 8-S; October 1, 1972
SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE A Most Unusual Primitive,” review of Alfred Frankenstein, p. 38; Sept. 4, 1972
SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER “Sophisticated Primitive,” review by Arthur Bloomfield, p. 31; Sept. 1, 1972
LIFE MAGAZINE “Craze for Quilts,” article with color photos, pp. 75-81; May 5, 1972
SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE At Focus, Vorpal and Sun Galleries,” review with photo, p. 38; August 31, 1971
ART NEWS Review by Peter Schjeldahl, p. 14, New York; October, 1966
TIME “Art in New York,” review; October 7, 1966
WORLD JOURNAL TRIBUNE “Friday Tour of Art,” review, New York; October 7, 1966
HOUSE & GARDEN “The Delights of Color,” article with color photo, p. 143, New York; March, 1966
ART NEWS “ Review by Michael Benedikt, New York; Summer, 1964
     
    ABIBLIOGRAPHY: Catalogs & Books (selected)
     
   
  2013 Mayhem, Arc Gallery, San Francisco, CA. Juror’s Statement by Alan Bamberger
  2012 Do Not Destroy: Trees, Art snd Jewish Thought – The Dorothy Saxe Invitational. Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, California, Introduction by Dara Solomon
  2010 Dollhouse, Arc Gallery, San Francisco, California, Juror’s statement by Jack Fischer
  2010 500 Judaica, Lark Books, A Division of Sterling Publishing Co., Inc. New York/London. Introduction by David Belasco
  2009 New Works/Old Story: 80 Artists at the Passover Table, the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA. Director’s Foreword by Connie Wolf
  2006 Top of the 9th: The Art of Baseball, George Krevsky Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Introduction by Glenn Dickey
  2005 Scents of Purpose: Artists Interpret the Spice Box, The Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, California. Director's Foreword by Constance Wolf
  2003 Art of Northern California, Alcove Books, Berkeley, CA. Introduction by Chester Arnold
  2002 Craft of Northern California, Alcove Books, Berkeley, CA. Introduction by Kathleen Hanna
  2000 Religious Sculpture 2000, The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., Juror’s statement by Valerie Fletcher
  1999 Making Change:100 Artists Interpret The Tzedakah Box, The Jewish Museum San Francisco; San Francisco, California. Director’s Foreword by Constance Wolf
  1995 Light Interpretations: A Hanukah Menorah Invitational, The Jewish Museum San Francisco; San Francisco, California. Introduction by Linda Steinberg
  1990

The 65th Annual Crocker-Kingsley Exhibition, Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California. Juror’s statement by Patterson Sims

  1965 The Silvermine Guild’s 16th Annual New England Exhibition, New Canaan, Connecticut, award and photo (June). Juror’s statement by Thomas M. Messer
     
    ACOLLECTIONS: Public & Private (selected)
     
   
   

Kramer Levin, Menlo Park, California
Nektar Therapeutics, San Carlos, California
The Spertus Museum, Chicago, Illinois
Paramount Pictures, Los Angeles, California (for set of Star Trek: Voyager)
Santa Clara Medical Center, San Jose, California
Sony Corporation, San Jose, California

The Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, California
Gingko Design Inc, San Francisco, California
Taransaud, Bordeaux, France
Contemporary Fine Arts, San Francisco, California
Embarcadero Automotive, Inc., San Francisco, California

François Frères, St. Romain, France
Robert Tat Video Communications, San Francisco, California
Rad-Sonic Medical Clinics, Inc., San Francisco, California
Knox Industries, San Francisco, California
Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, Connecticut
The Oakland Museum, Oakland, California
First National Bank of Arizona, Phoenix, Arizona
Finley, Kumble, New York City, New York
Mr. & Mrs. Sam Cohn, New York City, New York
Mr. & Mrs. Phil Ramone, New York City, New York
Dr. Edrita Fried, New York City, New York
Mr. Irvin Arthur, New York City, New York
Judge & Mrs. Alvin H. Goldstein, Jr., San Rafael, California
Dr. & Mrs. Paul N. Lazarus, III, Coral Gables, Florida
Professor Olafs Zeidenbergs, Hamden, Connecticut
Ms. Barbara Carroll & Mr. Bert Block, New York City, New York
Ms. Zelma Long & Dr. Phil Friese, Healdsburg, California
Professor Makepeace Tsao, Davis, California
Ms. Ellen B. Safir, Washington, D.C.
Mr. & Mrs. Richard & Rhoda Goldman, San Francisco, California
M. & Mme. Jean-Pierre & Isabelle Giraud, Cognac, France
Dr. & Mrs. Joseph & Arnette Whitehouse, Oakland, California
Dr. Barbara Dubnick, Frankfurt, Germany
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony & Rosi Hanson, London, England
M. Jérôme François, Bordeaux, France
Mr. & Mrs. Claude & Lynn Ganz, San Francisco, California
Mr. & Mrs. Felix and Sue Warburg, San Francisco, California
Drs. Judy & Martin Bloomfield, New York City, New York
Dr. & Mrs. Allan & Lily Kantor, Chicago, Illinois
Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Labowitz, New York City, New York
Mr. & Mrs. Bert & Mary Ann Tonkin, San Francisco, California
Mr. & Mrs. Jasper & Abigail Morris, London, England
Dr. & Mrs. Bernard & Barbara Lewinsky, Brentwood, California
Mrs. Virginia Vale, Chicago & Highland Park, Illinois
Mrs. Martha Bedsole Goodloe, Manhattan Beach, California
Mlle. Geneviève Roulin, Lausanne, Switzerland
Dr. & Mrs Jay & Roselee Paulen, Atlanta, Georgia
Mr. & Mrs. Carl & Sari Frieden, St. Louis, Missouri
Dr. Lorraine F. & Mr. Stanleigh Goldberg, West Bloomfield, Michigan
Mr. & Mrs Robert & Myrna Zuckerman, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Mr. & Mrs Fred and Marlene Levinson, San Francisco, California
Mr. & Mrs Joseph E. & Mary Ellen Hager Goodell, Derby, New York
Mr. & Mrs. Clint & Lisa Hartman Black, Los Angeles, California
Dr. & Mrs. Howard & Connie Sulkin, Chicago, Illinois
Mr. & Mrs Alan & Ruth Stein, San Francisco, California
Mr. Josh Riskin, San Francisco, California
Mr. & Mrs. Rob & Annie Lazarus, Mill Valley, California
Ms. Susan Tuttle, San Francisco, California
Ms. Janet Thompson, Oakland, California
Ms. Connie Gordon, Oakland, California
Ms. Emily Fabian, El Cerrito, California
Ms. Gwen F. Anderson & Mr. Fred Hafer, Corte Madera, California
Mr. & Mrs Carol and Walter Vuchnich, Concord, North Carolina
Ms. Mary Ann  Hurlimann & Mr. Paul Perret, Menlo Park, California
Ms. Carol Jessen, San Francisco, California
Mr. Stephen M. Silberstein, Belvedere, California

Mr. & Mrs. Paul & Annie Mahon, Washington, DC
Ms. Andrea Schwartz & Mr. Steve Dolan, San Francisco, California 
Mr. & Mrs. Lee & Francesca Tillman, Santa Rosa, California
Ms. Lynn R. Friedman, San Francisco, California
Ms. Julia Kay & Ms. Ann Kirschner, San Francisco, California
Mr. Matthew Warburg & Ms. Maggie Jiang, Seattle, Washington
Mr. Gary Kenyon, San Francisco, California
Mr. Bill Cameron & Ms. Amy Reese, San Francisco, California
Mr. Andrew Hyde & Ms. Rita Foung, Los Angeles, California
Dr. Dedalus Hyde & Ms. Jade Stevens, Los Angeles, California
Mr. Daniel Newman & Ms. Sanaz Ebriani, San Francisco, California
Mr. Jeff Boynton & Ms. Mona Jean Cedar, Highland Park, California
Mr. & Mrs. Paul & Lynn Sedway, San Francisco, California
Dr. & Mrs. William & Judith Friedel, La Mesa, California
Mr. & Mrs. Michael & Susanna Flaster, La Jolla, California
Mr. & Mrs. Robert & Sandra Neborsky, Rancho Santa Fe, California
Drs. Stephanie Riger & Daniel Lewis, Evanston, Ilinois & San Francisco, California
Ms. Emily Clawson, San Francisco, California

Mr. Peter Mason, Belvedere, California
Mr. & Mrs. Grover & Gretchen Stone, San Francisco, California
Ms. Janet Baumgartner, Portola Valley, California
Ms. Susan Greenspan, San Francisco, California
Dr. Jenny Pan & Mr. Randy Hixson, South San Francisco, California
Ms. Ann Capitan, San Francisco, California
Patricia Stamm, M.D., San Rafael, California
Ms. Klari Reis & Mr. Michael Isard, San Francsico, California
Mr. & Mrs. David & Ikuko Lazarus, Los Angeles, California
Mr. & Mrs. Todd & Jennifer Kumble, New York City, New York
Mr. & Mrs. Eric & Pat Brody, San Francisco, California
Mr. David Rodriguez, Greenbrae, California
Mr. & Mrs. Michael & Kathy Lee Wright, Portola Valley, California
Ms. Yuri Caire, Belmont, California
Mr. Don Kern, San Francisco, California
Ms. CeCe Blaze & Mr. Jim Fleischman, Alameda, California
Mr. Ray Wenzel, San Francisco, California
Mr. James R. Hannah, Menlo Park, California
Mr. Ivan Chaperot & Ms. Blandine Merino, Palo Alto, California
Dr. & Mrs. Eric & Marilyn Lager, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Dr. & Mrs. David & Debra Livingston, Scotch Plains, New Jersey
Mr. & Mrs. Margaret & Andrew Heller, Atlanta, Georgia
Mr. & Mrs. Marilyn and Lawrence Margolis, Atlanta, Georgia