Please stop by the corner of 13th and I Street in Downtown Sac and check out the new box!


Peter Foucault

Lifeline 2020, Lino cut and screen print, 13″x19″, A collaboration with the Crocker Block By Block Street Team

Art for the Heart is a collaborative project focused on connecting communities through art who have been significantly affected by the pandemic. Over 850 art works created by local artists were delivered to seniors in our community through the Great Plates Delivered program. Exploring ideas of food and community, the unique prints brought an unexpected bit of added connection to seniors during the holiday season. Art for the Heart was organized by the Crocker Art Museum, University Galleries, Sacramento State, the Sacramento Promise Zone, and the Mayor’s Office. Significant funding was provided through the City of Sacramento’s Office of Arts and Culture.

Local artists Luis Campos Garcia, Peter Foucault, and Aida Lizalde worked respectively with youth from Sol Collective, the Crocker Art Museum, and the Sojourner Truth African Heritage Museum to envision works of art that would inspire senior recipients; and artist and professor Summer Ventis worked with four printmaking students from Sacramento State to produce a series of prints exploring the connections between community and food. Delivered in conjunction with the Great Plates healthy meals, the uniquely made artworks aim to provide a bit of joy to over 850 households this holiday season.

Special thanks to all of the volunteers who assembled the artwork packages and to Paratransit Inc. for assisting in the delivery of the artworks.

I invite you to check out a powerful new exhibition that opened on May 13th. My reflection piece “The Power of Prints” can be viewed here:


Image: Kachiside Madu

Un/Equal Freedoms: Expressions for Social Justice is a multidisciplinary exhibition of art and prose reckoning with the unequal freedoms embedded in our social structures.

Representing work by professional and emerging artists, individuals and groups, students and community members, the group offers artistic expressions for social justice, laying bare these unequal freedoms. Themes include:

  • Empowering marginalized voices,
  • representing forward action,
  • Offering a vision for an improved society.

To view the online exhibition follow this link:


Please check out the article below!


Please check out this years Verge Art Auction! A screen print from my recent series Biosphere is included. Help support an amazing organization and some very talented local artists!


OCTOBER 26, 2020 – NOVEMBER 21, 2020

Spotlighting emerging and established artists, the Verge Art Auction is a one-of-a-kind event that celebrates Sacramento talents and California’s unique contemporary arts scene.

Past auctions have been lively, fast-paced events where artists and art lovers could mix and mingle with good drinks, good music, and good company. This year, with the safety of our friends and family in mind, we’re turning our auction into a virtual event you won’t want to miss!Support VergeView Auction Items

By supporting the Verge Art Auction, you are playing a key role in helping Verge shape the landscape of the Sacramento art scene. This year’s auction will be a testament to the vitality, community, and strength of our region. When you purchase, 10% of that sale will go toward the Black Artists Fund – an initiative spearheaded by Sacramento Black creatives to address inequity in arts funding. To top it off, when you purchase a piece by an AYP Residency alum, a portion of your sale will go back to our friends at the Ali Youssefi Project.

Find your way to support the 2020 Verge Art Auction, and help secure the future for Verge. Click the button below to find new and exciting avenues for getting on board!

We are so lucky to have one of the best, most nurturing community of supporters in town! Thank you for supporting the 2020 Verge Art Auction!

Ravel Rasmussen Properties | Denise & Donald Timmons

Councilmember Steve Hansen | Gwenna & Dan Howard | Ginny & Phil Cunningham | Gloria Naify

Darrene Hackler & Chris Hoene

Beers Books | Honey | Gail Counts Miller | Elizabeth Fry Moulds | Samantha & Ali Nadimi | The Glenn Sorensen Family

Here are some new screen prints titled ‘Biosphere 1-3″, multi-color screen prints on paper, 13″x19″ paper size, edition of 10 each


I am excited to announce that I have a large scale drawing (Subdivision 4) included in the SFAI alumni exhibition Echos: From There to Here. If you are in the North Bay Area of SF please stop by and check it out!


It is with great pleasure and enthusiasm that San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) faculty, Timothy Berry and Jeremy Morgan, present

ECHOES: From There to Here

Erin Dengerink, The Cave, 2018
Indigo on Yupo


Thursday, November 14 | 5pm
Diego Rivera Gallery
SFAI—Chestnut Street Campus

Please join us on Thursday, November 14 for the opening of ECHOES: From There to Here, featuring select works by SFAI Alumni.
This exhibition is reflective of SFAI’s desire to recognize the wider community of artists who have and will work both within the physicality of this unique architectural environment and with its spirit of place. The artwork included inECHOES: From There to Here accentuates a breadth of vision and concerns, underscoring the significance of art in general and the importance of studio practice as indicative of a lifetime commitment to art and creativity. We are now witness to the artists work as gifts through action and manifestation, to the culture of society, and to the wider world. In so doing, we too are mindful of the profound importance of both creative thought and action.
Zeina Barakeh, Maria Theresa Barbist, Amy Bark, Jerry Ross Barrish, Barry Beach, Fred X Brownstein, Ruth Chase, Patricia Crowley, Beth Davilla Waldman, Maria Dawn, Erin Dengerink, Selvaggio Dordetti, Edward Drew, Kevin Dudley, Peter Foucault, Erlin Adones Geffrard, Dave Getz, Theresa Gooby, Josie Grant, Marc Daniel Hirsch, Paula Izydorek, Jeff Key, Daniel Konhauser, JJ L’Heureux, Rocky McCorkle, Lisa Mccutcheon, Flicka McGurrin, Dana Morrison, Flo Pizzarello, Hugh Pocock, Karen Redgreene, Erik Ritter, Michal Sagar, Irys Schenker, Jesse Eric Schmidt, Craig Schwanfelder, Merle Temkin, Linda Trunzo, Blu Voelker, Ingrid Wells, Aaron Wilder, Holly Wong, Antoinette Wysocki, and Rochelle Youk.ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
SFAI’s Exhibitions and Public Programs are made possible by the generosity of donors and sponsors, including the Harker Fund of The San Francisco Foundation, Institute of Museums and Library Services, Grants for the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, Creative Work Fund, Koret Foundation, Pirkle Jones Fund, Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation, and Fort Point Beer Company. Ongoing support is provided by the McBean Distinguished Lecture and Residency Fund, The Buck Fund, and the Visiting Artist Fund of the SFAI Endowment.

If you are in SF tomorrow night I invite you to please stop by Root Division and check out their annual art auction. I will have my drawing “Doomsday Machine #6” available to bid on. Come out and support a great organization!









Here is a link where you can view my collaborative performance with Bryan Hewitt as part of my solo show at Pro Arts.


A huge thanks to everyone who has stopped by and visited my solo show at Pro Arts and much gratitude to the artists who collaborated with me at both performances! Here is a review of the exhibition.


A Dialog With Chance 

East Bay Express Staff Pick

The exploration of accident, part of modern art since the Dadaists and Surrealists, is at the center of Peter Foucault’s multimedia show, A Dialog with Chance. Comprising screenprints; ink drawings on paper, wood, and aluminum (AluPoly); a performance-related sculpture and video; and performances, one with a drawing robot, the other with a costumed musician playing a homemade didgeridoo; the exhibition explores the idea of art practice as a collaboration between the artist, the audience, and various tools and materials. The drawings are made without human gestures, that shibboleth of Abstract Expressionism: the ink is blown while the substrates are tilted, causing the ink to flow into rivulets and tendrils that suggest geography, roadways, and, occasionally, the human nervous system; Foucault also makes unusual ‘brushes’ for striking the drawings, causing explosive spattering. 

— Dewitt Cheng