Our full-time Staff
David Farish is an artist and fabricator with experience in a wide range of pursuits. His previous work has included architectural signage, home building, finish carpentry and furniture design, art handling and gallery installation, and set design and construction.
He has also helped organized many creative events in the community including art events, concerts, and most notably, the Handcar Regatta in Railroad Square, of which he was a founding member. You may have also seen some of his creative work rolling down the streets of MacDonald Avenue on Halloween.
As general manager of 180 Studios, he's been fortunate in having a role that allows him to don each of these hats on a regular basis.
Nathan Henry-Silva is a local artist and educator. Shortly after earning his BFA from the Pacific Northwest College of Art in 2012, he returned to his long time home of Sonoma county. Nathan’s art work spans several mediums and often focuses on perception, community, and the structures and values that shape social life. He also has an amazing dog named Tubs and spends a good deal of time feeling grateful.