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  • Shouting Into The Wind

    Materials: Shale, coal, rusted metal, 24-karat gold smalti Size: 6″h x 5.5″w each Year: 2015 Three small mosaics about the emotional side of climate science. Read the full explanation here.

  • Fossil Of The Day (From Leader To Laggard)

    Materials: Fossils, shale, slate, limestone, Eramosa marble, sandstone, brick, terracotta Size: 28″h x 12″w Year: 2015 A mosaic ode to the Fossil of the Day award. Read the full explanation here.

  • Breaking The Hand That Feeds Us (More Acidic, Less Viable)

    Materials: Smalti, shells, mudstone, marble, ceramic, limestone, chalk Size: 18″h x 18″w Year: 2015 A mosaic about ocean acidification due to climate change. Read the full explanation here.

  • Black Carbon (Potent But Actionable)

    Materials: Marble, coal, sea spines, smalti, unglazed porcelain Size: 12″h x 12″w Year: 2015 A mosaic about the harmful effects of black carbon (soot) on the Arctic. Read the full explanation here.

  • Dialogue (The Burden Of The Message)

    Materials: Graffiti paint layers, shale Size: 17.25″h x 24.5″w Year: 2015 A mosaic about the challenges of communicating about climate change. Read the full explanation here. Exhibited as part of Mosaic Arts International 2016 (San Diego, California), March 30 to May 27, 2016.

  • Drinking From A Firehose (Flood Prone Yet Drought Stricken)

    Materials: Marble, ceramic tile, mudstone, smalti, glass tile, brick, terracotta, sandstone, slate, thinset tesserae, and garden hose faucet handles Size: 19″h x 14″w Year: 2015 A mosaic about how precipitation trends will change due to climate change. Read the full explanation here.

  • Follow The Man, Not The Dog

    Materials: Marble, unglazed porcelain, limestone, shale, slate, coal, glass tile, smalti Size: 10″h x 10″w Year: 2015 A mosaic about the difference between weather and climate, based on a simple illustrative example from Neil deGrasse Tyson. Read the full explanation here.

  • Quod Erat Demonstrandum (All Else Is Junk Science)

    Materials: Limestone, Eramosa marble, sandstone, coal, cement parging, salvaged tile, Italian smalti, vintage 24-karat smalti, concretions, metal Size: 24″ diameter Year: 2015 A mosaic celebrating the scientific consensus about the reality of man-made climate change. Read the full explanation here.

  • Weather Is Not Climate

    Materials: Marble, sandstone, terracotta, smalti, beads, copper wire Size: 10″h x 10″w Year: 2015 A mosaic about the difference between weather and climate. Read the full explanation here.

  • Sea Ice (Steady Unprecedented Decline)

    Materials: Quartz, marble, mudstone, limestone, Eramosa marble, smalti, salvaged glass Size: 14.5″h x 20″w Year: 2014 A mosaic about the rapid loss of Arctic sea ice due to climate change. Read the full explanation here.

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