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Ambient Plagues Unleashed

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Ambient Plagues have been unleashed upon my fair city of Toronto by Elaine Whittaker at the Redhead Gallery. The show opened September 4th, with the reception tomorrow, Friday the 13th if you’re inclined to mix superstitious luck with scientific microbial nightmares. Whittaker is a sculptor, encaustic painter and mixed media installation artist here in Toronto, [...]

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Build a Bricks & Mortar SciArt Gallery – right now!

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Science-artist creator and connoisseur Hayley Gillespie is chasing down a goal that until now I’ve only daydreamed about: she and the rest of her crew at Art.Science.Gallery are attempting to make a real, bricks & mortar science-art gallery come true!  And there’s less than 24 hours left to do it! * Some of the prizes are gorgeous, [...]

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What Would Audubon Paint Today?

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There’s a fascinating science art exhibit going on at Ironton Gallery in Denver, Colorado through the 23rd of February. It features paintings by Kevin Sloan, whose work explores the tension between the natural world and what most would call the unnatural, highly altered man-made world (I would argue, and perhaps he would too, that it’s [...]

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If Audubon Had Painted His Dreams…

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Have you ever tried to draw what you see in your dreams? Sometimes even the act of describing a dream in words makes it evaporate, as though imposing the order of grammar and syntax is too much for its fragile structure to bear. Tiffany Bozic does not paint her dreams, per se, but she does [...]

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