String Poet
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String Poet is a magazine focused on connections between music and other arts.  They recently did an interview with me and featured several pieces from my Music and Machinery Series.  My thanks go out to Professor Jean Kreiling at Bridgewater … Read More

Chemistry Views Interview
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I have an Interview in Chemistry Views.  They did not feature a portfolio of Art.  However you can see a corner of “Rube Goldberg abstract” in the headshot.   If you weant to see some of my Materials Science relevant art … Read More

Some Art in its new home – MIT!
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The Department of Materials Science and Engineering has purchased several of my science-themed paintings and drawings for their remodeled departmental offices.  They selected works with themes that touched on Materials Science (not too difficult, as Materials Science is a Central … Read More

Newest work – from July 7-20 2014
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New work for the first part of July. I have a very nice revision of “Gelid Seascape”.  The original idea was an experiment in building up a seascape from extruded ribbons three dimensional threads of clear and tinted acrylic medium.  … Read More

New Abstracts – mostly “fluid Dynamics Series”
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Again, details after the Berkshires Arts Festival – check back the week of July 5, 2014.    Email me to inquire (rv “at” nerdlypainter “dot” com).    These have been sorted onto the “Fluid Dynamics” page and related pages of the Portfolio … Read More

Aesthetic Experiments – Atrium
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Aesthetic Experiments  –   The Atrium Tour the Exhibit “Aesthetic Experiments” online.  Use the links below to navigate to other sections of the exhibit. Navigation:           Previous                  Main Exhibit Page         … Read More

Aesthetic Experiments Science Art solo Exhibition
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  The virtual Version is here: Aesthetic Experiments Virtual Gallery Exhibit runs 2/5 – 3/7 Reception on Friday 2/7 A solo exhibition of my work “Aesthetic Experiments”  will be at the Remis Gallery in The Governor’s Academy in Byfield in … Read More

Frustrated and frankly, furious
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This year, instead of the usual preview,  the WGBH art auction is doing a downtown “art walk”.  Only half the pieces accepted for auction will be on display.  If you were curious about my piece “Oceanic”, you can’t actually see … Read More

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