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Time Is Ticking...Do You Fuse Art with Science?

If fuse art with science through drawings, paintings, watercolors, photographs, sculptures, textiles, video, or mixed media, consider entering the Consilience of Art and Science Show at the Pence Gallery, Davis. Here a honey bee

Time is ticking...do you fuse art with science? Is your art ready to show? Organizers of the Consilience of Art and Science Show, a biannual...

If fuse art with science through drawings, paintings, watercolors, photographs, sculptures, textiles, video, or mixed media, consider entering the Consilience of Art and Science Show at the Pence Gallery, Davis. Here a honey bee
If fuse art with science through drawings, paintings, watercolors, photographs, sculptures, textiles, video, or mixed media, consider entering the Consilience of Art and Science Show at the Pence Gallery, Davis. Here a honey bee "poses" on a yellow rose in the winter. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)

If fuse art with science through drawings, paintings, watercolors, photographs, sculptures, textiles, video, or mixed media, consider entering the Consilience of Art and Science Show at the Pence Gallery, Davis. Here a honey bee "poses" on a yellow rose in the winter. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)

Posted on Friday, December 8, 2017 at 3:57 PM

If You Fuse Art With Science, This Is for You!

Entomologist-artist Diane Ullman, UC Davis professor of entomology, looks over insect art with fellow UC Davis faculty affiliate Steve Seybold, research entomologist with the Pacific Southwest Research Station, U.S. Department of Food and Agriculture.  The occasion: a  show to showcase the work of Ullman's students in 2015 in Entomology 1. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)

If you fuse art with science, this is for you.  Like to draw, paint, or photograph insects? Or use other mediums, including textiles, sculpture,...

Entomologist-artist Diane Ullman, UC Davis professor of entomology, looks over insect art with fellow UC Davis faculty affiliate Steve Seybold, research entomologist with the Pacific Southwest Research Station, U.S. Department of Food and Agriculture.  The occasion: a  show to showcase the work of Ullman's students in 2015 in Entomology 1. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)
Entomologist-artist Diane Ullman, UC Davis professor of entomology, looks over insect art with fellow UC Davis faculty affiliate Steve Seybold, research entomologist with the Pacific Southwest Research Station, U.S. Department of Food and Agriculture. The occasion: a show to showcase the work of Ullman's students in 2015 in Entomology 1. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)

Entomologist-artist Diane Ullman, UC Davis professor of entomology, looks over insect art with fellow UC Davis faculty affiliate Steve Seybold, research entomologist with the Pacific Southwest Research Station, U.S. Department of Food and Agriculture. The occasion: a show to showcase the work of Ullman's students in 2015 in Entomology 1. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)

A red flameskimmer dragonfly  (Libellula saturata) perches on a bamboo stake in Vacaville, Calif. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)
A red flameskimmer dragonfly (Libellula saturata) perches on a bamboo stake in Vacaville, Calif. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)

A red flameskimmer dragonfly (Libellula saturata) perches on a bamboo stake in Vacaville, Calif. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)

Posted on Monday, October 9, 2017 at 5:37 PM

Don't Miss 'Specimens'

Diane Ullman

When you fuse art with science--or science with art--the end results can be stunning. The UC Davis Art/Science Fusion Program and the Pence...

Diane Ullman
Diane Ullman

ENTOMOLOGIST-ARTIST Diane Ullman served as a juror for "The Consilience of Art and Science Exhibit," to run Jan. 14-Feb. 27 at the Pence Gallery, Davis. Ullman and Davis artist Donna Billick co-founded and co-direct the UC Davis Art/Science Fusion Program. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)

James Housefield
James Housefield

PROFESSOR OF DESIGN James Housefield of UC Davis juried the art show with entomologist-artist Diane Ullman. (Photo by Taylor Lahey)

Specimens
Specimens

'SPECIMENS' by artist Johanna Kidd of Davis is comprised of three wall cases and a floor case. Specimens are small human sculptures, all pinned and displayed as they would be in an insect collection. (Photo provided by Johanna Kidd)

Posted on Wednesday, January 12, 2011 at 7:44 PM

This Queen Bee Is White

Queen Bee

It's a stunning piece of work.It's a three-dimensional paper sculpture of a queen bee.Noted artist Marilyn Judson (right) of Davis created the paper...

Queen Bee
Queen Bee

'QUEEN BEE' is a paper sculpture by talented artist Marilyn Judson of Davis. This is a three-dimensional art piece now on display in the Pence Gallery, Davis. The background of this photo was darkened in Photoshop for contrast purposes.(Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)

Posted on Tuesday, December 14, 2010 at 10:16 AM

Analyze This!

Darwin

A chimpanzee holds a monarch butterfly in a ceramic art work...

Darwin
Darwin

DARWIN--This piece at the Pence Gallery, Davis, is the work of ceramic artist Nuala Creed of Petaluma. Of her art she says: “As he sits holding butterflies and the jawbone of an animal, the chimp gazes directly at the viewer. His offering to us, his next of kin, is his curiosity of the natural world. His intelligence is shown by his inquisitiveness. His name is Darwin, in honor of Charles Darwin, whose work helped us realize that we humans are not above nature, but are of nature. The chimp may be asking us to observe our natural world, to be the scientists that may help save our planet.” (Photo courtesy of Diane Ullman)

Analyze This
Analyze This

ANALYZE THIS--The piece at the Pence Gallery, Davis, is by Ann Savageau, associate professor of design at UC Davis. She explains: “This is Art analyzing Science analyzing Nature. It makes visible the analytical methodology at the heart of the scientific endeavor. We take our measuring, probing, dissecting, and classifying for granted, as "the way things are". We forget that these are recent cultural constructs." (Photo Courtesy of Diane Ullman)

Posted on Wednesday, March 11, 2009 at 5:58 PM

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