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Posted in Northern Cosmology, Paintings on October 16, 2012

Prisoners of Gravity

For now, gravity, although the weakest of the four fundamental forces, rules the universe. It keeps us imprisoned on the surface of our world and traps our earth within the prison of the solar system. Recently, however, observations have shown that gravity is no match for dark en ... Continue Reading

Posted in Northern Cosmology, Paintings on October 16, 2012

Life1

Every element heavier than helium that is inside your body was forged in the heart of an exploding star. The four most abundant elements in your body are Hydrogen, Oxygen, Carbon and Nitrogen in that order. Pictured here, the electron orbits of each atom have been visualized as a ... Continue Reading

Posted in Knifeworks, Paintings on January 19, 2012

Here.

Painted for the The Brush Off at THE MUSEUM. Painted in round 3— the HEAR round where each of 10 artists interpreted a short clip of music. “Hear” 18×18 in Acrylic on canvas 2012 Photograph by Joe Martz This painting is in the private collection of Amanda & ... Continue Reading

Posted in Northern Cosmology, Paintings on January 13, 2012

On Earth, as it is…

Reflecting the direct physical connection between our world and the sky in which it spins, the pattern on Earth is the same as it is in the heavens. “On Earth, as it is…” Acrylic on panel 24×48 in 2012 This painting is in the private collection of Joy Smith ... Continue Reading

Posted in Paintings, Paradigms of Perception on October 18, 2011

Iris (red)

One of a series of three experimental works painted for the “Paradigms of Perception” show. The piece incorporates several texture layers to diagrammatically represent a macroscopic image of a human iris. The central image is a contact exposure of photo-sensitive coll ... Continue Reading

Posted in Landscapes, Paintings on January 3, 2001

Particles and Waves.

water (detail), by nik harron, 2001 This final painting from the original landscape series examines the abstract quantum duality at the heart of our understanding of reality which represents for me a completely mental relationship with nature. It is a benign opposite to where the ... Continue Reading