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I was born under a cabbage leaf in the summer of 1974, covered in stork feathers and placenta. I’m inspired by evolution and biology to create my paintings. I’m particularly fond of Naples Yellow. Delicious looking colour, and not healthy at all. I live in Toronto, Ontario, Canada with my wife Michelle, our son Calvin and our hermit crab Shiny.

My inspirations come from the fossil record, biology and the study of evolution by natural selection. Consider my work paleo/atheist/humanist friendly! Comments always encouraged!

Best,
Glendon

Site: Art in Awe of Science
Blog: The Flying Trilobite
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  • Joined: August 2008

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Scientific American Blog Network: I'm on it!

The new Scientific American blog network has launched this week! And I’m on it! / Head over and say welcome to Symbiartic ! / I’ll be co-blogging with scientific illustrator Kalliopi Monoyios about art + science, scientific illustration, copyright issues, how new media change art, data visualization, science cartoons, comics, architecture, photography, fine art and much more. You ma…
Posted about 3 years – 7 comments

Scientific accuracy and art

This post originally appeared on my blog, The Flying Trilobite on 27 Sept, 2010 , complete with images. / * * * / When you type the word “trilobite” into Google’s Blog Search, The Flying Trilobite is currently the first to come up. / But I stick wings on them. / Don’t I have any sense of responsibility? At this moment, I have the first blog to come up about trilobites, an…
Posted almost 4 years – 2 comments

Gift from god? I don't think so.

(This originally appeared at my blog, The Flying Trilobite on Sat. 23 May 2009. You may comment there as well.) / - – - – - / It happens to artists. Surgeons. When someone marvels at the eye, or bacterial flagellum. / “Your art ability is amazing. A gift from God, no doubt.” / sigh / Just because something is hard to understand, just because complicated processes occurred…
Posted over 5 years – 7 comments