Mavis Bromaghin brought the shed to the North Street property in 1959, when she and her husband moved here from Usal on Jackass creek, where they worked at the mill. The interior was used for years by the family as a shop, storage, and all-purpose space for their extended family and friends.

“I am re-imagining the back shed so that it can become a classroom, office space, and storage space for the North Street Collective. I am studying the light flow of the area, researching locally-sourced materials we might use, and thinking through the flow and use of the space to support creative learning for everyone who comes here.” – Anthony “Duke” Gonzales


The artist(s):

Anthony Gonzalez

This piece featured in:

Apprentice Showcase 2014

Other artworks in this show:

Willits People Project

Willits People Project, Page 2

Willits People Project, Page 3

Willits People Project, Part Two


Dirt (The Garden)

Mendocino County Mycorrhizae

Ride a Bike!

Apprentice Showcase 2013

Other artworks in this show:



Willits People Project, Part Two

The Built Environment


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