Industrial buildings and equipment are often overlooked or even considered a blight on the visual landscape. But their unusual shapes and shadows are hauntingly beautiful. This series explores the palpable tension between the hard, predictable coldness of steel and soft dreaminess of color and texture. All photographs are printed on aluminum, which gives them depth and otherworldly sheen.
Animals are many things to us – comfort, joy, resonance, love, loyalty, ridiculousness… Through them, we can know ourselves. And with their poignant beauty, they are often the source of artistic inspiration. This series explores some of the expressions of the critters around us – their shapes, shadows and surprises.
Painting – Coming Soon!
Come One, Come All
Braincrumbs is a place for ideas and creations of artist/scientist Brooke Armstrong. She is currently working on painting and photography in the ICB artist’s building in Marin. Learn more about her work in the SF Chronicle article. Brooke is also a filmmaker and has a PhD in Perceptual Neuroscience.
Dr. Brooke is currently facilitating Bill Burnett’s Design Your Life class at Stanford University. And in her psychotherapy private practice in San Francisco she uses neuroscience, psychology and design thinking to help clients solve problems and get unstuck. Visit her there at DrBrooke.com.
ICB – Studio 350-D
480 Gate Five Road
Sausalito, CA 94965