Interview in Seymour Magazine

I was recently interviewed by Will Kitson from Seymour magazine.  Seymour Magazine is published by Seymour Projects, a Paris based Organization dedicated to creativity and self-expression.  They have a special focus on Technology and how people connect and disconnect from … Read More

Experiments with the Fluid Dynamics of Acrylic Media

Fluid Dynamics Series 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

Boston area exhibit opening Saturday

Press release follows below.  For more images and updates, please go to the exhibit information page here. Geometry Drives the Winter Exhibit at the Old Schwamb Mill November 27, Arlington MA The Old Schwamb Mill in Arlington MA (www.oldschwambmill.org) has … Read More

Boston area exhibit opening Saturday

Press release follows below.  For more images and updates, please go to the exhibit information page here. Geometry Drives the Winter Exhibit at the Old Schwamb Mill November 27, Arlington MA The Old Schwamb Mill in Arlington MA (www.oldschwambmill.org) has … Read More

Eureka and a little bit of Disco – Grails series

I’m currently working on a set of mixed media paintings about discovery in the Chemical and Materials Sciences.   I’m calling the series “grails”, and gilding the stars of each discovery.   There’s a bit of the mythical quest involved … Read More

Sharing cats with the Neutrino guy (Physics Art)

My background is broadly in Materials Science, but the subjects of my drawings and paintings range all over the Physical, Biomedical, and even Social Sciences with a little Engineering for good measure.  Perhaps I should explain.  A lot of my … Read More

A nice rainy day surprise (and some Math art)

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With an art show right around the corner, I’ve been checking regularly to see where our PR attempts have landed.  While googling around, I ran across the item page for “Vector Field”, a painting I’d donated to the WGBH art … Read More

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