Biocreativity on the Road: An Ode to Andy Goldsworthy

No ECO Art + Science post last week because I was out on the road. Here’s a preview of my ode to Andy Goldsworthy and the new fall biocreativity header image taken in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This is a beautiful park, and I happened to be there in time to enjoy the amazing fall colors (and dropping temperatures)! A new video time-lapse short of the header image is coming soon, along with posts about a couple of biocreative exhibits at the Tennessee Aquarium and Thursday’s upcoming ECO Art + Science feature with scientific illustrator Emily Eng. Stay tuned!

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About h. gillespie

Hayley Gillespie is an artist-scientist with a Ph.D. in Ecology, Evolution and Animal Behavior. She studies endangered species, teaches biology at Austin area universities, and is the founder/director of Art.Science.Gallery. in Austin, Texas.

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