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Meet other local art and nature lovers.
Enjoy incredible views of San Francisco.
Entrance fee includes food and first two drinks.

Join Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) for an exclusive event at the Ohana Floor of the Salesforce Tower! We will celebrate the nature-inspired art of incredible local artists and writers Jane Kim and Thayer Walker (aka Ink Dwell) as well as Obi Kaufmann (aka Coyote Thunder).

Your ticket price includes entrance to the event, food, and your first two drinks. Register now and enjoy a spectacular view of the city, live music, great food, drinks, and beautiful artwork. Meet and mingle with the artists, and buy signed copies of their books The Wall of Birds and The State of Water.

This fun, casual party will be a great way to connect with other people who care about protecting land on the San Francisco Peninsula. You’ll also have the chance to learn more about the 77,000 acres of local lands that POST has protected and find out how you can get involved in our conservation efforts!

Please note: tickets must be purchased in advance and will not be available at the door. Due to security at the venue, you must provide the first name, last name and email address of each guest that will be attending. A government-issued photo ID will be required before entering (ex: Driver’s License, State License, etc). Please fill out your order accurately! Thank you.

About the Artists

Ink Dwell: Artist Jane Kim & Writer Thayer Walker

Founded in 2012 by artist Jane Kim and writer Thayer Walker, Ink Dwell studio creates art that explores the wonders of the natural world. Merging classical techniques of science illustration with modern fine art, they create public and private commissions, illustrations, exhibitions and much more. Ink Dwell makes everyday places special and enhances iconic locations with wondrous imagery.

To celebrate its centennial, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology commissioned Ink Dwell to paint a 2,500 square-foot mural titled “From So Simple a Beginning: Celebrating the Evolution and Diversity of Birds.” The mural depicts the 375 million year evolution of birds, from the 30-foot long Yutyrannus, ancestor of the first feathered dinosaur, to the tiny marvelous spatuletail hummingbird. All 270 species represented are painted to scale. Check them out on Instagram.

Coyote Thunder: Artist and Writer Obi Kaufmann

Obi Kaufmann is author of the popular and epic California best-sellers The California Field Atlas and The State of Water that are each filled with science, history, poetry and art. Growing up in the East Bay as the son of an astrophysicist and a psychologist, for Kaufmann, the epic narrative of the California backcountry holds enough art, science, mythology, and language for a hundred books to come. When he is not backpacking, you can find the painter-poet posting at @coyotethunder #trailpaintings on social media.

About Peninsula Open Space Trust

POST protects open space on the Peninsula and in the South Bay for the benefit of all. We have preserved over 77,000 acres of open space in San Mateo, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz counties. Explore this map to discover how the landscapes we protect and care for enhances the lives of residents and visitors, ensures a vibrant future for wildlife, and benefits our local economy.

Directions to the Event

The event will take place at the Salesforce Tower, 415 Mission Street, SF Ohana Floor, 61st floor. Entrance is most accessible through the Salesforce dedicated lobby, located off the Plaza, at 415 Mission St. at Fremont Street. Please bring a valid photo ID with you.


Parking is available at 345 California Center Garage for $4 per hour or $36 daily and at other nearby parking garages.


The event is accessible by transit using the Montgomery Street BART station or other nearby light-rail and bus stops.

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