Beacon Hill Art Walk and The Music exhibit in Allston
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The next two things coming up are  The Beacon Hill Artwalk and the music exhibit organized by Unbound Visual Arts.  Clicking the in text links will take you to the organizers’ websites. The Beacon Hill Artwalk  is all day June … Read More

Optics Experiments – Mixed media “Paintings”
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Optics Experiments Incorporating lenses, prisms, and other optical elements to create responsive, active portable  wall-mounted art Tour the Exhibit “Aesthetic Experiments” online.  Use the links below to navigate to other sections of the exhibit. Navigation:           Previous         … Read More

Transitioning to the Tree of Life
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Out of Balance and “network” themed works leading to the Tree of Life Series Tour the Exhibit “Aesthetic Experiments” online.  Use the links below to navigate to other sections of the exhibit. Navigation:           Previous             … Read More

Tree of Life Series – works exhibited at Aesthetic Experiments
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Tree of Life Series Experiments in mixed Media on an Ecological Theme Tour the Exhibit “Aesthetic Experiments” online.  Use the links below to navigate to other sections of the exhibit. Navigation:           Previous                  … Read More

Science Subjects – paintings in Aesthetic Experiments
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“Machinery” styles and Scientific Themes 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 – 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

Snake Bite by Mars Jupiter
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Ernstian explosion featured in Oddball ezine along with a poem “Snake bite by Mars Jupiter” Id a thunk “Spring on Jupiter and Mars” would be an obvious pairing, but this works. follow the rebloggy linkage to read the zine.

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