last lift on Flickr.
I, a Child and He, a Lamb on Flickr.
I am not sure how to describe how excited I am about my latest curated group exhibition, The Elusive Key, opening on Saturday, March 15th at Gristle Art Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY. The artists have gone above and beyond to come up with some amazing new works, some of which are either already sold or have interested buyers – because who wouldn’t want these gorgeous works in their homes?
Work II on Flickr.
Proud to announce a collection of brand-new altarpieces are on display with @thinkspace_art starting today at @scopeartshow NY!
Emblemata Nova (1617) - Andreas Friedrich (1560-1617); Duke University. Library. Jantz Collection; Theodor de Bry, 1528-1598; Jacob de Zetter
Publisher: Francoforti : Jacobus de Zetter
Digitizing sponsor: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Carboniferous forest scenes by Heinrich Harder, Bruce Horsfall, & W. C. Smith
The Carboniferous is a panoply, an exhibition, a theater of increasing complexity, a demonstration of verdant braggadocio in which amphibians lurk and arthropods achieve hallucinatory measurements. The animals sing and chirp and croak and bellow, splash in the water and feed on each other, they grow and mate and fight and die, but their part in the forest is only a fraction of the symphony here. The green kingdom has its own drama, its own conflicts, kinships, and hymns; it is not passive. Its members also grow and mate and fight and die, but at speeds an animal cannot see and with means an animal cannot notice. Instead of songs, the plants communicate with chemicals—three thousand of them—in a vocabulary unknown and unsensed by eyes and ears, but felt on the tongue when leaves turn bitter or saps run toxic, invisible messages made of methanol, formaldehyde, tannins, caffeine, and terpenoids released into the air to dissuade herbivores, attract plant-eater predators, or alert the forest in a botanic siren that spreads between leaves and branches, roots and buds—a system of communication without sight or sound, where compounds are signals and chemicals are words.
"Echoes from the ANTEDILUVIAN", a blog about fiction inspired by images of ancient times. All prose by the blogger, Benjamin Chandler.