Two of my images appear in this exhibit which features work that is linked to symposia presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) 2011 Annual Meeting.
My pages, with images and their descriptions can can be found here:
‘Micromacrocosm’ and ‘Form within Form’.
Patterns emanating from the bubble, left.
Illuminated pattern emerging into inky black skies.
Open exhibition at Orleans House Gallery, Riverside, Twickenham TW1 3DJ Tel: 020 8831 6000
Orleans House Gallery presents Picturing Science, an open exhibition which examines the collision between two harmonious and contrasting fields of symbolic representation, Art and Science.
Curator Mark De Novellis stated:
Although science is seemingly the logical, rational, ordered antithesis of artistic creativity, artists and scientists still share a common drive to innovate, explore, dissect and reveal. They have a unified love and awe for the world around and within them.
Exhibiting artists draw from a wide variety of scientific disciplines from botany, astronomy to astrophysics to create an accessible, compelling and thought-provoking show that is not to be missed!
The exhibition runs until 26 February 2011 and admission to the Riverside Gallery is free.
Below: ‘I looked into the time vortex’ Ink/water photography, Jan 2011
My two images, below, have been selected for a new virtual exhibit at Science Art-Nature.
This exhibit features work that is linked to symposia presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) 2011 Annual Meeting.
Follow the links below to read more about my images, and there’s a link to Science Art-Nature home page here where you can see the other exhibits.
Form within Form
I am delighted that my work has been featured today by The Daily Mail.
For the full article, click here.