A little teaser for two new prints using circular motifs to depict astronomical concepts. See if you can figure them out, I’ll post updates and explanations when printed.
13 Forest Gallery does a holiday show with reasonably-priced work called “Plenty”, and two of my Proportional Irrational pieces will be in it. Opening reception will be Sat 11/17/18, 4-6 pm.
Completed a new series of mathematically conceptual prints. Called “Proportional Irrational” they display a good number of digits from your favorite three irrational numbers, printed on paper that is proportioned to those numbers. The phi print is, of course, printed on a Golden Rectangle, but the e and pi prints could be said to be
Got interested in orbital mechanics the other day… Might do a print based on the Kármán Line, the altitude of 100 km / 62.1 miles which arbitrarily sets the boundary between “Earth” and “space”. Here’s a section, showing the Kármán Line and the thickness of the Earth’s crust, to scale.
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,
Got the new prints up on the Etsy shop. Plenty of other stuff on there, too, but here are the new items (click on the images to go to the shop):
Greetings, folks… Sorry it’s been a very light time for the blog, it’s been a crazy busy month, with my new job teaching intro printmaking at the New Hampshire Institute of Art, and some craft fairs and other fun things. Among those things would be the shindig for the relaunched Big Red & Shiny, which