Joseph Garcia: Visual Interpretations of Natural History
January 21 - March 13Free
Joseph Garcia: Visual Interpretation of Natural History explores how how nature, science, and history can be explained visually. Joseph hails for the deserts of the American southwest studied Fine Arts and Geology at the University of Montana, and earned a Master’s degree in interdisciplinary studies. His art has been printed in books, magazines, scientific publications, Symposia posters, professional presentations, and public museums. He started out using acrylics, pen and ink, graphite, stretched canvas and paper and later moved to digital medium. Joseph continues using traditional techniques in sculpture and diorama using mold rubber and resin casting.