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message 1: by Betsy, co-mod (new)

Betsy | 1745 comments Mod
Interesting article about a wood artist who had to get a science degree and do a ton of research and experimentation in order to accomplish her art, which is beautiful:

message 2: by Aloha (new)

Aloha | 334 comments Terrific article on following your passion and learning along the way. Thank you for this, Betsy. That's how I feel life should be lived.

message 3: by Kenny (last edited Apr 27, 2014 04:00AM) (new)

Kenny Chaffin (kennychaffin) ooooh! Ooooh! I love it when fields come together! :)

Thanks Betsy!

And yes, I love her work! Wonderful!

message 4: by Nancy (new)

Nancy Mills (nancyfaym) | 416 comments Very cool! Artists who work in ceramics also enjoy experimenting with various compounds in glazes and colorings ... it is interesting what you come up with. Art and nature intersect.

message 5: by David (new)

David Rubenstein | 917 comments Mod
This is a good book about the intersection of physics and art: Art and Physics: Parallel Visions in Space, Time, and Light. I had never realized there were so many parallels, before reading it. (Never quite finished it, though, unfortunately.)

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