When I visited the Mount Iō in Hokkaido, Japan earlier this year I discovered an interesting phenomena. The area as you can see has evidence of a volcanic activity, there is hot bubbling water, steaming holes and yellow sulfur everywhere. Since it was in February, snow was covering the mountain, and what I saw at… Read More Ice near volcano.
My on-going interest: comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, which has hosted a robotic probe on 12 November 2014 for the 1st time in the human history . I have decided to re-create similar water to the one found on 67P and paint with this water a set of works of the comet (read blog post: 67P: generating water for painting). I often make small… Read More 67P: sketching
My on-going interest: comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, which has hosted for the 1st time in the human history a robotic probe on 12 November 2014. During the short period of time after the landing Philae ( a 100 kg (220 lb) robotic probe) has collected some data about the water on the comet, hoping to cast light on the mystery about how did water… Read More 67P: generating water for painting
Have you ever thought that most of the light that you see is a projected light? Projected light requires a source from which it is projected. For example Sun, or any light bulb would produce some light. The rest of the light is being reflected by different surfaces. In my work at the Art Symposium… Read More Studying “Projected and Reflected Light”