June and July and nearly August... As I listed these months, counting the time since my last post, a cover of "Fly Like an Eagle" by Tony Crown started playing in the background. It was a slow ghostly version of the old Steve Miller Band song, never heard this version before. Perfect synchronicity. Time keeps … Continue reading Cerulean Blues
I've just heard from Julia Krolik that our conversation about Copepodilia is now online: Julia is one of the curators of the blog Art the Science, from a fascinating Canadian organization of the same name. Lots of great art to be found there; I'm honored to be included. I mentioned these prints in an earlier … Continue reading Copepodilia’s virtual debut
They share the basic anatomical structure of copepods, but then veer off into quixotic possibilities, largely dictated by the seaweed itself. The final series has sixty-four prints, 22" x 17" on Arches cold press. The final prints have an uncanny three-dimensional realism, yet also look like watercolor in places, bleeding into the paper.