The varieties of plant forms and flowers represented, their naturalism and the three-dimensionality set this extraordinary example of Irish crochet lace apart from the more static designs of later examples
Gallery of Perot Museum of Nature and Science / Morphosis - 8
“The connection to nature here — the sea, dunes, marshes, winds — that’s what I love even more than the history of the area,” says Gardiner Museum CEO Kelvin Browne. | Photographer: Virginia Macdonald | Designer: Kelvin Browne
https://flic.kr/p/xjFxQq | Image from page 146 of "Catalogue of shield reptiles in the collection of the British Museum .." (1855-1872) | Title: Catalogue of shield reptiles in the collection of the British Museum .. Identifier: catalogueofshiel01brit Year: 1855-1872 (1850s) Authors: British Museum (Natural History). Dept. of Zoology; Gray, John Edward, 1800-
How do you re-create the moon shadows seen on a snowy December night? That was the challenge artist Stephen C. Quinn faced when new energy-efficient lights were installed in the wolf diorama, creating new shadows that weren’t consistent with the scene.