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Indigo Bunting

Indigo buntings are majestically beautiful birds. I had a hard time deciding the direction to go in doodling this one, so I dug up a lot of fun facts: A group of indigo buntings is called a sacrifice, mural, or decoration. Their indigo color comes from the structure within their feathers rather than pigment. These …

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Creative Coding Update

April was a fun month of coding. I am sharing a few of the pieces and activities from this month below. Have fun forking, playing, and creating! A Quiet Space This piece was created at the end of March as a stream of consciousness. I started with the Birb’s Nest coding group prompt of “space” …

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World Penguin Day

I found out that it is World Penguin Day, so I did a quick sketch – enjoy! If you are a maker and want to make a penguin game – try Hex-a-Huddle

Microcosm Oystercatchers

Here is another bird in the series – Microcosm Oystercatchers. These are one of my favorite birds. I often see them in the black basalt cobbles on the coast with their fluorescent beaks. I had a hard time with where I wanted to go with this piece initially and went back to gaskets (something I …

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Pacific Lune

Another bird in the series! This one is a little luney. The lunes of Alhazen have the same area as the triangle. Note: Image was updated from the original post to fix an error

Serendipitous Oulipo Haiku

I copied, pasted, cut, poked, threaded, beaded, coded, and finished Serendipitous Oulipo Haiku. Four hundred and eighteen haiku when rearranged by first, second, and third lines yield 418 x 418 x 418 poems. That is 73,034,632 haiku that often work, sometimes seem profound, and other times are broken thoughts. I added a single poem, “serendipity”, …

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owl flying with vorticies

Great Horned Owl

All of the great horned owls that have sat with me for hours of my life came to mind. I really struggled with what math peice I wanted to do here. I went with lift. I used multiple images, including my own in composing this. The vortices off the back of the owl are inspired …

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