Come to the MSU Sub Ballroom for the Student Art Market all day today and tomorrow! I will be there this evening at the reception with the other artists! It's your chance to buy sweet stuff such as these prints from my recent thesis show!
If birds were food, the Cuban Tody would certainly be a gumdrop.
"This Far South"
Thanks for the memories!
My undergraduate thesis has finally been installed! Come check it out at the Helen Copeland Gallery in Haynes Hall at Montana State University, from December 1-11! There will be a closing reception on Friday, Dec 11, 6:30-8:30 with refreshments, and a chance to talk with me and the other artists in the show. I'd love to see you there!
This is the geographical layout of my installation. This piece depicts every regularly-occurring species of Montana songbirds, at their point of highest population density within the state. Each fabric scroll marks one point on the Montana map, with the back left being the northwest, and the front right being the southeast, and so on. Each point represents a unique and vibrant biome, separated by altitude, precipitation, vegetation, wind, and temperature. Many of the points correspond to population centers, a result of bias created by increased human observation. This pattern of human interaction overlaying the existing natural tapestry is a fascinating aspect of my work as an artist and a scientist.
Getting ready for thesis installation! - Jigsaw monoprints