Last week I sent out an art-update announcing my participation in Visions Of Science, a juried show at The Bath Arts Edge Gallery, University of Bath, England. I’ll write a little more about the goings on here.

Bath University is known for its pedagogy in various fields of science. A few years ago a government grant was endowed to develop an art hub and gallery as a way to provide students of science to incorporate art discourse with scientific thought process and problem solving. Most likely there was a requirement to provide opportunities that would involve community therefore various programs of performance, classes, exhibitions and family art days are promoted to the public.

This year an inaugural juried exhibition was launched. Work submitted was required to relate to one of the departments of research in the University.

My two framed pieces, belonging to the Earth Sciences/Geology sector can be seen in the main gallery where the walls are painted a rich mulberry colour.

Check out the gallery for times and ending date.


Floeberg 42 x 28” framed digital print from a collage.

Shelf Crack 42 x 28” framed digital print from a collage