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|Particle Collision #2, 35" x 38", mixed media on paper, |
Alicia Hunsicker, 2012
|Particle Collision #1, 35"x38" Alicia Hunsicker, Austria, 2012|
|Leyden Glen sheep and neighborhood view photo by Kristen Nicholas|
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7.5” x 8”, Acrylic on Cradleboard, 2011
|Painting in Progress, 18"x 24", acrylic on cradleboard, 2012|
I have had the fortunate experience recently to view my work through new eyes. This fresh perspective is through the eyes of Science. I have always thought of my work as Spiritual but as my awareness and interest unfolded I realized that
science is interested and asking the same questions I am exploring in my own artistic investigations.
I have found the natural unfolding of my work to be
at times eerie in the way my past interests connect with my future interests.
Here is one recent example…….a few years ago I went to
to work with the
to present a project called “ Eye to Eye”.
When I arrived home I became even more obsessed with eye imagery and did some really beautiful eye portraits. Right now I am really passionate about doing a collaboration with a scientist and eventually visiting either the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN (
Particle collider detectors are the eyes scientists use to visualize the smallest building blocks of nature. It is quite amazing!
|Creation and Destruction,|
24”x 29”, Oil on Board, 2011