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Ursa Major is the first in a series of small original constellation drawings. The great bear's tail is an asterism commonly known as the Big Dipper. It is one of the most recognizable constellations in the sky.  This is an original watercolor painting on 300lb hot press Arches watercolor paper measuring 4'' tall by 6'' wide. It is available on my Etsy shop

Ursa Major is the first in a series of small original constellation drawings. The great bear's tail is an asterism commonly known as the Big Dipper. It is one of the most recognizable constellations in the sky. This is an original watercolor painting on 300lb hot press Arches watercolor paper measuring 4'' tall by 6'' wide. It is available on my Etsy shop

Uhhhh….I’m not sure how to caption this.So I’m one of the 100 artists recreating the night sky for Light Grey Art Lab’s COSMOS show! That link has all the details for the event but the basics are this:- Opening Friday, October 30th- Minneapolis, Minnesota- Fiber optics installation and artwork for 88 constellations and more!I was assigned Ursa Major and I had done aaaaaaaaall this research into the stories behind the constellation but ended up doing a giant bear attack.¯_(ツ)_/¯I’ve b...

I’m not sure how to caption this. So I’m one of the 100 artists recreating the night sky for Light Grey Art Lab’s COSMOS show! That link has all the details for the event but the basics are this: - Opening Friday, October - Minneapolis,.

earth-sun-betelgeuse-vv-cephei-comparison

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Comet Hyakutake

Cometa Hyakutake - foi considerado um dos cometas que passaram mais perto do…

Listening to your heart vs your brain. 'The Balance" .... by Christian Schloe

(From a neurological perspective this is a far more delicate balance) Listening to your heart vs your brain. 'The Balance" . by Christian Schloe

Gods face in the new Hubble Telescope

Medieval Christians believed heaven was a physical place above the clouds - but Hubble seems to have pinpointed 'Cloud Nine' a little further off, in an elliptical galaxy 75 million light years from Earth.