Faith

Faith

Faith Responses to the essay Poetry-Science Gratitude Duet by Alison Hawthorne Deming and Frederick J. Swanson Faith Part 4: Responses to the essay Poetry-Science Gratitude Duet by Alison Hawthorne Deming and Frederick J. Swanson Lookout Creek on the Winter Solstice I... Read More
Eye Surgery Haiku

Eye Surgery Haiku

Eye Surgery Haiku Eye Surgery Haiku primary art tool an angry Frankenstein sewn: eye surgery eyelid swollen shut paintbrush can’t find the surface colors become gray eye is open now and the world appears vivid two eyes in concert Stay In Touch... Sign Up! Newsletter... Read More
Discovery Trail

Discovery Trail

Discovery Trail Published in the Rot: The Afterlife of Trees Exhibition Catalog, The Arts Center, Corvallis, OR, January 2016 " Discovery Trail A lacquered tree round adorned with an image of a salamander marks the beginning of the Discovery Trail located at the... Read More
Art/Science Convergences at OSU

Art/Science Convergences at OSU

The Spring Creek Project, Oregon State University Presents Art/Science Convergences at OSU Dates:  Thursday, April 7, 2016, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM Address: Oregon State University, Memorial Union Journey Room Stay In Touch... Sign Up! Newsletter and Exhibition... Read More
Corvallis Science Pub

Corvallis Science Pub

Rot at the Corvallis Science Pub November 9, 2015 6:00PM – 7:30PM We’ll be infusing art into the science pub! Come have a beer with me, ecologist Mark Harmon and artists Andries Fourier Bob Keefer and David Paul Bayles. We may value forests most for... Read More
Sustaining More Life in its Death

Sustaining More Life in its Death

Sustaining More Life in its Death   A Sketch A Sketch Sustaining  More Life in Its Death Gouache on Paper 9 5/8 in x 9 11/16 in.   Stay In Touch... Sign Up! Newsletter and Exhibition Announcements... and some occasional sneak peeks of works in progress.... Read More
Summer Solstice

Summer Solstice

HJA Day 2015 June 20, 2015 Images From the Summer Solstice Photo Shoot Solstices/Equinoxes Project: HJ Andrews Experimental Forest Project June 20, 2015 from 5:25 AM to 8: 55PM The setup: Every 10 minutes from sunup from sundown we captured two images of the white... Read More

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