Category Archives: Antarctica

Let’s Talk about Birds and Butterflies

Butterflies have fascinated me for many years. I also think of them as an emerging spirit. Seeing the enormous quantity of butterflies near Iguassu Falls had me create several different takes on on the butterflies around Iguassu Falls. Above is … Continue reading

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Titles and Why I Love Them Part 5

I continued working with the effects of climate change in my series called “Ice Thins.” Above Ice Tower which represents a singular floating iceberg. Ice Arch represents when the effect of melting ice in different places create a giant arch … Continue reading

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Titles and Why I Love Them Part 2

Of late I have been working with the effects of climate change in a series called “Ice Thins.” Some titles are long involved titles like: Arctic Ice Cap Flows to Ocean or Significant Split. While others are simple like Ice … Continue reading

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Titles and Why I Love Them Part 3

I continued working with the effects of climate change in my series called “Ice Thins.” Above Silhouettes which represent a grouping of large icebergs but I wanted to leave it up to interpretation as others may see it differently. Ice … Continue reading

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