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Let Us Weep

Like so many I am deeply touched by the image of young Aylan lying lifeless on the beach, his life lost in the search for hope and peace. 232 more words

Margaret Mair

Jessica Libor at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Hello friends, I am completely ecstatic to be a part of a super cool event being held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.  I was asked to participate by donating a piece, and have created “Philadelphia Dusk.”   In “Philadelphia Dusk,” a 30″ by 40″ oil painting, I wanted to capture that moment in the evening where the light becomes golden, and bathes everything in an unearthly beauty. 264 more words

Jessica Libor

September 4. Robots love Michigan wildflowers.

Michigan wildflowers behind my house are nice to paint and make into stamps. I image that robots love nature, or at least feel very strongly, in a scientific, measured way. 28 more words

Daily Robot Shop

Directions (2015)

The two, skinny black lines down the middle of this painting absolutely grab my attention and demand my focus.  I painted this one before the painting I posted yesterday.   34 more words

Narrawallee Inlet Bush Track

Just finished – Narrawallee Inlet Bush Track – oil on canvas 36 x 24″ – happily Sold :-) 9 more words

Original Art

Reed College Library Map Grotesques

Two versions of the grotesque icons used in the Reed College Library Map project.

This first set was created from photographs of the actual grotesques and were the icons I ended up using in the final piece. 35 more words

Grotesques

Fuzzy Logic

The transmission was fuzzy, hidden beneath layers of static and concealed within a camouflage of codes. Scientists discovered a multitude of transmissions in the sounds picked up by radio telescopes. 1,007 more words

Speculative Fiction