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Eleventh dimension, superstring theory and Amazing Rocket Ship

It is said by some philosophers and astrophysicists, including Brian Greene, that the universe is of eleven dimensions. Trying to get one’s head around that is hard enough: but Amazing Rocket Ship can and takes theory to practice in this illustration. 6 more words

Space Rocket

Tree Trunks at Attingham

On our monthly wanders through the parkland at Attingham Park, the closest National Trust property to us here in Plealey, we spot many dead trees left standing to benefit wildlife, insects and birds in particular. 197 more words

Trees

Tapgol Park in Seoul

Tapgol Park

This small walled park of about 5 acres, on the edge of Insadong (probably Seoul’s most popular tourist district), is a useful place to sit and relax if you’re in the area for shopping, or visiting Jogyesa Temple or Unhyeongung Palalce. 648 more words

Korea

A Visit to the Magical Storm King Art Center in NY

Storm King Art Center, founded in 1960 by the Ralph E. Ogden Foundation, Inc., is located in New Windsor, NY, one hour north of New York City. 259 more words

Culture

Installation of "New Growth."

Yesterday my good friend Nick and I enjoyed the hell out of installing this piece, just a few miles away from the gallery where it was shown. 1,032 more words

Stone

"Moving Portal" Installed in Bethel, CT

After a good stay at the Ober Gallery in Kent, CT, “Moving Portal” made a move last weekend.

The Recharging Station in Bethel, CT will host the piece, priced at a modest $4200, and the front lawn is a perfect match for the work. 139 more words

Outdoor Sculpture

Honoring Breton Seamen and Their Families

As I mentioned before, Brittany has an extremely long, indented coastline and much of their history and economy has been tied to the sea—and still is in certain places, especially with fishing and oyster farms. 339 more words

Brittany