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iZebra It’s complex: How the zebra got its stripes: a problem with too many solutions / Open Science: How the zebra got its stripes: a problem with too many solutions Brenda Larison, Ryan J. Harrigan, Henri A. Thomassen, Daniel I. Rubenstein, Alec M. Chan-Golston, Elizabeth Li, Thomas B. Smith R. Soc. open sci. 2015 2 … Continue reading
Getting ready for the new year. Song of my heart wants something for her wall.
Three of my paintings are included in the current digital exhibition: The Story of the Creative, put on by See.me. You are welcome to support me… Related articles On Display at the See.Me Gallery in Long Island (bconnphoto.com) Joined at the … Continue reading
Fixing the leak has turned into ripping out the ceiling and ripping off the roof…so, there will be a hiatus in posting. I will be painting horses, behind plastic wrap.
I have recently done an enjoyable little project, an illustration for LitNet‘s haiku competition. Below is the winning haiku, Vinknessie, by Pieter Strauss. (loosely translated: weaver nest so high/like a planet in the sky/bundlekin of fear) There are maningi-many different … Continue reading
Let me get my goats together. Sloth is one of the Seven Sins septych. Why did I go with the blue goat interpretation? It’s a long story. But, before I get to that–and I will not expound on it– I … Continue reading
Invidia is one of the Seven Sins Series. You could go with Envy, or (if the Divine Comedy of that doesn’t appeal) you could see the green dog in the shapes of the moon landscape, which might be more … Continue reading
I am delighted that these two paintings have found a good home! There is fresh snow on the ground. It is very cold. The melt lies, again, in the future: another picture-still-to-be-painted. Dreams to be had, too.