Material Time Exhibition at Park Towne Place

Four of my paintings inspired by research at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, as well as a new mixed media work, Timefulness (above), were included in the InLiquid exhibition Material Time at Park Towne Place in Philadelphia. Timefulness combines botanic tinted...

Mapping Our Watershed: Field Notes From the Park(s)

In mid-May and mid-June, I conducted my third and fourth field visits. I first went to Tookany Creek Park, which forms the eastern border of Cheltenham Township; the creek is very wide here, and contained by a wall on one side. I was able to walk across the creek bed,...

Mapping Our Watershed: Capturing Water

Photography by Imrane Djibrine Mainassara I took a break from blogging about Mapping Our Watershed, but it was for a good reason–to complete my MFA with the Confluence MFA program at the University of New Mexico. The experiential maps I created based on my field...

Mapping Our Watershed: the Qualities of Water

Photography by Joseph Simpson On Saturday, May 6th we had perfect weather–sunny, clear, not too hot or too cool–for Mapping Our Watershed’s first workshop. We gathered at Ralph Morgan Park, a sliver of land bounding both sides of Tookany Creek,...

Mapping Our Watershed: Field Notes from Rock Lane

Today I did my second field visit for Mapping Our Watershed, this time to a section of Tookany Creek that parallels Rock Lane, which runs between Elkins Park and Wyncote in Cheltenham Township. The eastern part of this section of creek is bordered by houses and a...