Gina Telcocci, whose sculpture and installations have been exhibited widely across the U.S. and in Mexico, lives and works in Oakland, CA. Her art ranges from free-standing sculpture to site-specific installation and environmental works. Organic materials, such as tree branches & roots, willow, and basket materials, are used extensively, as well as found objects.

Telcocci has been awarded several grants, most recently including a 2002 Pollock/Krasner Foundation Grant. She has taught classes in 3-D Design, Drawing, Sculpture, and Fiber Sculpture at colleges including UNM/Albuquerque, Santa Fe Community College, and, currently, at Santa Rosa Junior College. Her work can be seen in the books "Art and Intimacy", by Ellen Dissanayake, published by the University of Washington Press, and "Nature Style", by Marthe Le Van, Lark Books.