Difference of 8 Protons Video Pieces: Carbon Dioxide :: Silicon Dioxide

Scientific Exploration, Shows, Time-Lapse

One of the pieces in my show “A Difference of 8 Protons” up at Bromfield Gallery through the month of March is an ephemeral installation piece involving dry ice and glass. As a record of the piece, I have taken time-lapse videos of the installation at a few different angles and have them up in an album on Vimeo. I will post the latest one here:

October Bromfield Show Teaser

Scientific Exploration, Shows

I’m scheduling a show at Bromfield Gallery in October, and it’s gonna be pretty conceptual. If anything sells, I’ll be pretty impressed. I don’t want to give away the goods too soon, so I’ll merely post a couple of teaser images as things start to assemble. The first one is this lovely thing:

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And the next is this interesting example of exactly how much postage it takes to ship 6 kg of stuff from The Netherlands.

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Further bulletins as events warrant.

Community of Artists Show at the Danforth Museum, June-August 2015

Needlework, Shows

Thought I’d post the nice cover graphic for a new show I’ll be in this summer:

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Come on down to the Danforth Museum in Framingham, Massachusetts to see my needlepoint rivers being exhibited as a group! Here’s additional information on the show:

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Pictures from My Trip to inde/jacobs in Marfa, TX

Printmaking, Shows

Earlier this week I ventured forth to Marfa, Texas, home of the Chinati Foundation and the Judd Foundation. I met with my gallerist at inde/jacobs gallery, checking out the new gallery space and dropping off some of the shipping container prints I did last year. It was a great time! The new gallery is lovely, and if you’re ever out in the wilds of West Texas, do think to drop by.

Here’s a gallery of images I took while there:

Residency Wrapup, a Little Later Than Expected

Shows

Well, it took me longer than expected to cap off the residency posts with some shots of the closing reception, but better late than never. Here are some lovely images shot during the closing by Rebecca Philio, who has shot several receptions for the Nave Gallery through the years.

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Myself and Jesa Damora at the refreshment table as things start. The three rope river, catenary experiments, needlepoint rivers, tetrahedral shapes and some agitated catenary prints are visible here.

Nave Residency, Day 12

Graphic Geography, Random Processes, Residency, Shows

Not really a true work day, just a quick organization day to prepare for the closing reception tomorrow evening. I threw out trash, rationalized the box situation for later packing, put away cameras, pens and pencils, and collected stuff to take home tomorrow morning. Once everything was tidied up, I set out a TV and DVD player so I can show a montage of my random pixel creations, and did some quick final setups:

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The final color Random Pixel Object.

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