Art Reflects Science Opens in Chicago Heights

Planetree of St. Stephan
Planetree of St. Stephan. Reduction linocut, 28 x 28in, edition of 13, $725 ($1,075 framed.)

Particular artwork inspired this piece.

I continue to take my art on the road. Eight of my reduction linocuts are part of an exhibition at Prairie State College in Chicago Heights, IL. Titled Art Reflects Science, the exhibition also includes work by Vera Scekic and Hunter Cole. Scekic exploits poured acrylic layers, often scraping, sanding and splicing to create imagery that feels like primordial cells. Geneticist and artist Cole uses bioluminescent bacteria in solution as paint, photographing her work as the bacteria grows stronger and then weaker.

You can read an article about the exhibit here.

In Praise of Honey and Cream. Reduction linocut, 14 x 28in, edition of 15, $375 ($500 framed.)

This linocut celebrates the humble bees and their importance to our diet.

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