Monthly Archives: October 2014
Chapel of Saint Ignatius
I am passing through Seattle and visited Steven Holl’s delightful Chapel of Saint Ignatius at Seattle University. These are some panoramas of the interior – the stereoscopic pictures are much more revealing and I will put them together and post them in the next few days.
A few More from Mark West
Refiguring by Mark West
Los Angeles Coyotes
The Coyote group at the American Museum of Natural History in New York has a background painting by James Perry Wilson, and is absolutely breathtaking – especially the difference in the transparencies and surface of the still pond int he foreground and the river behind – See: https://natchard.com/2012/02/09/dioramas-2/ The Coyote diorama at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles is pretty carefully made. Like many of the L.A. dioramas the background appears much more scenographic than the ones in New York. I could only find a single photograph – I will have a search and see if I also took a stereo pair and will post it later if it exists.
Three of the four Instrument Fives prior to set up
James Perry Wilson’s Coastal Redwood Diorama
James Perry Wilson’s forced perspective view of the Coastal Redwoods at the AMNH