Based in San Francisco since the early seventies, Loheed was born in Springfield, Vermont, Educated Purdue University, SFMOMA, Revere Academy, San Francisco Art Institute, 20 years as ceramic jewelry designer and manufacturer Parrot Pearls, and Ruby Z, San Francisco. Shown internationally in galleries, specialty shops, aquariums, museums, including Smithsonian Renwick. Now painting, writing, making new jewelry, organizing shows for orangeland, the gallery. Member, and show coordinator for annual January Juried Show, Gallery Route One, Point Reyes Station, California (2011-2016).
"Flirting with the subliminal in my work creates the a cohesion between my internal and external realities. My romance with technology facilitates my quest for the purely exuberant, intuitive, color saturated and spacious. Always searching for the light at the end of the tunnel. I am interested in the balance between the intentional, and the peripheral unintentional, the spontaneous and the structured. Thought, no thought." –Candace Loheed
"I am interested in the balance between the intentional, and the peripheral unintentional, the spontaneous and the structured. Thought, no thought." –Candace Loheed
The Chairs are a way to remember is in peace, fragrant memories and rust...that is where the duration is...there in the ethereal shadows.
Objects of Affection