Ran the editions last week, finally had time to check them and sign them. Here’s an action shot of the signing, plus dressed-up images of the final prints. They’re available through the Etsy shop, or drop me a line if you’re thinking about a set.
I’m getting paper and plates to do a set of new editons based on the traverses of the pair of Mars rovers Spirit and Opportunity. Opportunity recently ended her science mission after 14 years on the planet, so it seemed like an excellent opportunity to commemorate that achievement. Spirit ended her mission a few years
Yesterday we had the Art Dropoff Party for the Art on Science: 26 Études project with the Boston-Strasbourg Sister City organization. Here’s a pic of the show-and-tell session: Here are some pics of the printing plates and the finished prints.
It’s getting a little late to get things shipped in time for Christmas, but I can always deliver stuff to the Boston area. Head on over to the Etsy shop and peruse the offerings!
It’s that time of year, and this year more so than others. The Stove Factory Open Studios at 523 Medford St in Charlestown is going on two weekends this time. I have some pieces in the gallery downstairs, and also up on the wall near Reflex Le tterpress, my printing studio. Come by this weekend
The new prints I’ve been hinting about are now here. Earth Moon Sun is the braided pathway the Earth and the Moon make around the Sun in the course of a year; The Crust & The Kármán Line is a graphic depiction of the very narrow space we think of as Planet Earth. Both Earth
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.