Lesson Plan: Organic form in Clay - Nature Abstractions - Ceramic Sculpture
Michael Kukla - laminated plywood sculpture that would make a great inspiration for a handbuilt clay work
I'm Jessica. I work at Nervous System, an experimental design studio that uses new technologies to reinterpret natural phenomena. We combine algorithmic, generative, and interactive strategies with rapid prototyping methods to create products. My background is in architecture and biology. I post a lot of pictures of weird fungi, rocks, and screenshots of computational sketches. I don't post as many pictures of cats as I'd like to. shop my products: nervous system SHOP visit my website…
Frances Lambe, ceramic work. The work springs from visual research into disparate areas of interest including geography, biology, botany and astronomy. She is fascinated by the visual ‘inter-relatedness’ of life on our planet. - The Jealous Curator
Sea Fan 17″h x 25″w x 6″, Maple Burl, African Padauk stand by Mark Doolittle who holds a Ph.D in cell and molecular biology. The California woodworker pursued a career in biomedical research at the same time he developed an interest in art.
Microscopic pattern of the Walnut tree. via prunedblogspot Source: thanks to Craig P. V. for pointing him to Microscopic Wood Anatomy (woodanatomy.ch), a web-based identification key for central European trees, from which the image was taken.