Today I’d like to wrap up my recent work from the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History. It was as successful a shooting experience as I’ve had in a long time. I should once again thanks the folks there in New Haven for their hospitality and assistance.
But before I get to those images I’d you to know about two exhibits occurring in Woodstock, NY this Saturday. The image above is one of five from my Devonian Drawer series that will occupy the Active Members Wall at the Woodstock Artists Association and Museum. And the image below, Cornet, was selected for the Small Works Show and received an Honorable Mention Award. Opening for both, along with the Far & Wide exhibit, is set for Saturday afternoon, the 15th, from 4-6 PM. If you are in the area please drop by.
Let me begin the Peabody images with a pair of pairs – something that I have been experimenting with of late – yet another example of the fossils suggesting to me where to go with them. The above image shows two crinoids that work well together. The one below is two different views of the same fossil (gastropod?).
Thank you as always for visiting this site. More images at www.artmurphy.com
Subscribe at my homepage artandfossils.wordpress.com