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Untitled, jellyfish

This watercolour was made in 2012. It was exhibited at my solo exhibition Hidden, Unseen, Unknown in October 2013. I have created this jellyfish using delicate watercolour brush marks, representing the ephemeral aspects of this animal. 39 more words

Nicole Macdonald

Lost

Lost is inspired by the world below in the deep sea. It explores the theme of unconventional beauty and the irrational fears of the abyss that are ever present in the human psyche. 70 more words

Nicole Macdonald

Jellyhead Creature Design

Designs for a creature I want to use in a painting. I took the idea from a deep sea creature which can move its eyes from a forward position to looking straight up. 22 more words

Sketch Book

Extreme Habitats: Into the Deep Sea at the Bruce Museum

Extreme Habitats: Into the Deep Sea at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich explores the vast and extraordinary deep sea. This show focuses on the highly adapted survival strategies utilized by creatures of the deep and the technology that enables researchers to record ground-breaking observations of what is often called the last frontier on this planet. 434 more words

Connecticut Travel

Sea Creature Sunday - deep-sea squid

It has been too long since I did a Sea Creature Sunday!  Goodness time flies.  I decided that with all the wonderful new footage from Okeanos, Nautilus, and other deep-sea vehicles today would showcase deep-sea squids! 954 more words

Sciencey

Amazing purple jelly sighting in the deep sea

I live for moments like this. Things like this make the long nights editing grant proposals, the paper rejections, the failed experiments all worth it. To me, the best part of science is stuff like this: seeing something that completely takes my breath away.  343 more words

Environment

MISSIONARY SURVIVAL GUIDE #16: GO DEEPER

“Come near to God and he will come near to you….”                                                  - James, brother of Jesus.  James 4:8

After only six years overseas engaging others with the word of God, I’ve noticed something peculiar.   532 more words