Laura Wood’s “Toy Riff” and “Baby”— NEWS

Laura Wood’s “Toy Riff” and “Baby”

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To celebrate the 100th birthday of Ray Eames (a Sacramento native), our Virtual Design Coordinator, Laura Wood created two commemorative sculptures in her honor. The larger sculpture “Toy Riff” and the smaller sculpture “Baby” were exhibited outside of the Nacht & Lewis office on Ray Eames’ Birthday and through the month of December. Both sculptures are now display in the lobby of the California Museum during the year long exhibit of Eames’ work.

March 19, 2013

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