Monthly Archives: July 2018

Investigations of Color and Form: Thistle, Lichen, and other Living Things

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Summer Has Come with Flowers and Green

  Isabella Bush Park, Tumwater, Washington

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Capturing Light: Investigations of Color in Words, Music and Images # 6: Video: Lattice

Originally posted on Vox Populi:
. The ‘atomic orderliness’ of crystals forming yield resplendent, microscopic landscapes Although they may look computer-generated, the micro-images created by Maria Ferreira at the Rhode Island School of Design, examine a very real world ordinarily imperceptible…

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The Frontier: The Cost of a One Sided View of History.

  Frontier has two sides. It is an interface, a threshold, a liminal site, with all the danger and promise of liminality.                 The front side, the yang side, the side that calls itself the frontier, that’s where you boldly … Continue reading

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The Middle of June At Mingus Park #4: Investigations of Color, Form and Pattern

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The Middle of June At Mingus Park #3: Flora

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The Middle of June At Mingus Park #2: Bridges

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