When we try to pick out anything by itself,  we find it hitched to everything else in the universe. -John Muir   Fallen Li...
pho.tog.ra.phy   n  (1839, Sir John Herschel):  1.  the art or process of producing images on a sensitized surface by the ...
View from the Window at La Gras (1824)   Joseph Niecephore Niépce
Erica mutabilis  (March 1839)   Henry Fox Talbot
Lacock Abbey  (August, 1835)   Henry Fox Talbot
 
Oak Leaf  (February 29, 1839) Sir John Herschel
Study of Algae (1842)   Anna Atkins
 
 
 
 
The relationship that exists between art and science cannot be reduced to a simple case of an artist's appropriation and a...
 
 
 
 
Through the Green Fuse Montara, California  1999-2003
Santa Barbara Museum of Art   2005
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sangr é   de Cristo Santa Fe Institute, New Mexico  2003-2006
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rancho Corral de Tierra Montara, California  2005-Present
 
 
 
Both Sides Now Montara, California 2006-Present
 
 
Untitled October, 2007
Life and Shadow Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve Stanford University, California  2010-Present
 
 
 
Only those with no memory insist on their own originality.   -Coco Chanel Herschel,  1839   Russian River Oak, 2007
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Geometric patterns of logarithmic spirals. The art of recycling. No-camera photography. Don’t miss descriptions of these and other projects and the chance to share your own work at the interface of art and science.

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    1. 1. When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the universe. -John Muir Fallen Lichen (2011)
    2. 2. pho.tog.ra.phy n (1839, Sir John Herschel): 1. the art or process of producing images on a sensitized surface by the action of radiant energy, especially light from Greek: photos - light , and graphos - writing -Webster’s Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary
    3. 3. View from the Window at La Gras (1824) Joseph Niecephore Niépce
    4. 4. Erica mutabilis (March 1839) Henry Fox Talbot
    5. 5. Lacock Abbey (August, 1835) Henry Fox Talbot
    6. 7. Oak Leaf (February 29, 1839) Sir John Herschel
    7. 8. Study of Algae (1842) Anna Atkins
    8. 13. The relationship that exists between art and science cannot be reduced to a simple case of an artist's appropriation and application of scientific methods and concepts. Art is not the illustration of scientific ideas; there is no cause-and-effect relationship between the two fields. Art and science are engaged in a common struggle to confront universal questions. The Role of Scientific Concepts in Art , Jesus R. Soto, Leonardo Journal, Vol 27, No 3. pp 227-230, 1994
    9. 18. Through the Green Fuse Montara, California 1999-2003
    10. 19. Santa Barbara Museum of Art 2005
    11. 26. Sangr é de Cristo Santa Fe Institute, New Mexico 2003-2006
    12. 33. Rancho Corral de Tierra Montara, California 2005-Present
    13. 37. Both Sides Now Montara, California 2006-Present
    14. 40. Untitled October, 2007
    15. 41. Life and Shadow Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve Stanford University, California 2010-Present
    16. 45. Only those with no memory insist on their own originality. -Coco Chanel Herschel, 1839 Russian River Oak, 2007
    17. 46. <ul><li>buelteman.com </li></ul>

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