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ART, n. This word has no definition. Its origin is related as follows by the ingenious Father Gassalasca Jape, S.J.
One day a wag -- what would the wretch be at? --
Shifted a letter of the cipher RAT,
And said it was a god's name! Straight arose
Fantastic priests and postulants (with shows,
And mysteries, and mummeries, and hymns,
And disputations dire that lamed their limbs)
To serve his temple and maintain the fires,
Expound the law, manipulate the wires.
Amazed, the populace that rites attend,
Believe whate'er they cannot comprehend,
And, inly edified to learn that two
Half-hairs joined so and so (as Art can do)
Have sweeter values and a grace more fit
Than Nature's hairs that never have been split,
Bring cates and wines for sacrificial feasts,
And sell their garments to support the priests.

—Ambrose Bierce

The art gallery is organized by subject. Look above each image for the Backward and Forward buttons which will take you through a subject.
 

Friends, Family, Pets

Erin Marie
Emily and Bob
Galahad

Animation

EMc2
Floaters
Rope
Flicker

MetaEd

Early i2er (1992)
Experiment in Self Portraiture
Fortune C25
i2 Recruiting Brochure
November 2000

Nature

Blackbird
Butterfly in the Blooms
Dead Animal
Grass
Moon in the Branches
Plum Blossoms
Plum Blossoms and Bee
Sparrow
Spring Bug
Squirrel
Plum Blossoms and Visitors
Windblown Dandelion

Other

Still Life With Fondue

Archive

This is the archive room, organized by roll of film. The archive room is still under construction.

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