The first class I am taking as part of my entomology grad program is Insect Morphology, a class focused on memorizing the external body parts of insects, so later we’ll be able to describe and recognize insects from descriptions. Needless to say, it’s a very difficult class, with us memorizing over 30 insect body parts… Read More How I made a diagram of an insect
(A number of the links here are to academic papers, especially the ones at the end, so I’m sorry if you don’t have access to some of them.) The small, eerily quiet cul-de-sac I live on in the middle of housing-development-and-apartment-complex filled Auburn has a surprisingly active wild life. Take, for example, the fox that… Read More Are Northern Foxes Smaller than Southern Ones?
Spending the last month focused on artwork has really made me branch out a great deal. I have always enjoyed the abstract geometric pieces that I do, but at some point, during I was binge-watching Parks and Rec, while spending my days cutting, I made a piece which made me think of stained glass. The… Read More Pieces Inspired by Stained Glass
Prepping for my hanging at the Henion bakery gave me the opportunity to look back at things I had done a long time ago, and one of the amazing things I found was the ‘Ladies on Unusual Means of Transport Series’, originally made to be cut paper Christmas tree ornaments. I’m not sure where the… Read More Ladies on unusual means of transport
So I just put a show up at the Henion Bakery! It’s super sweet! Anywho, here are the pics of the show and me at the show. Pics of the pieces are coming soon. They’re all for sale! $24, and I’ll throw some of that cash towards Puerto Rico, to help with the hurricane relief.
in the darkness of your bed you repeated
over and over that you were letting go.
years later, you found those same things
nestled in your heart like pain was precious
so… Read More Sand