Where Science, Art and Photography Intersect
A series of artwork from
CalebCharland depicting how art and science can draw together and intertwine.
I found something intriguing about these images and how two things so different can produce something quite impressive.
Wooden Box with Horseshoe Magnet
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Candle burned upside down
Candle in a Vortex of Water
Candle through crystal ball
Candle through fish bowl
Circle with Matches
Cube with Ruler and Penlight
Arcs with Arms and Candles
Bowl of Vapor
Break beat with sparkler and metronome
Faucet with Oil and Water
Footprints with Matches
Helix with Matchsticks
Light Sphere with Right Arm and Cigarette Lighter
Moon with Face Mirror
One hour with candle and clock
One Second Match Toss
Skeleton Key with Copper Wires
Solid LIquid Gas
Sparkler Through Propeller
Sun with Face Mirror
Table with Mylar and Flashlight
Ten Seconds in Oil and Water
Three Hundred Matches
Turntable with Candle
A true Realism picturing of life; that opens a real existence independent of ones consciousness mind.
Experiments with flame and Rhythm..