Monthly Archives: August 2010

The art and science of glassblowing

Glassblowing is pretty neat.  There is something amazing about watching somebody start with a blob of cold glass and turn it to something colorful, delicate and shapely.  That said, glass blowing is typically thought of more as a craft than … Continue reading

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Earthquake Art

I’m a geologist by training, and my present employment has a decidedly environmental slant. I use this as an excuse for my ongoing interest in land/environmental art.   While not explicitly classified as sci-art because it isn’t necessarily always directly … Continue reading

Posted in earthquake, Environmental art, participatory, USGS | 2 Comments