For Gallery Nucleus' "Carved Complexities" Show I finished two large pieces - "Papaver I" and "Helianthus I". Each is 1'x2' - much, much larger than I usually work. But it was exhilarating to be able to plan the patterns with such detail (like Fermat's Spiral, the mathematical equation that comprises the dual-spiral of the sunflower's whorl).
Both are for sale at Gallery Nucleus here. Be sure to check out the other pieces in the show - they're magnificent! It was a great honor to be included with my peers in this show! Below are some pictures I took!
The show included work by Julene Harrison, Haruka, Beatrice Coron, Charles Clary, Hunter Stabler, Matthew Shlian, and Lucrezia Bieler:
(on the left is a piece by Julene Harrison)
(behind me to the right is another piece by Julene)
(the three pieces in black are by Beatrice Coron)