Sternberg Museum of Natural History

Patterns in Nature is exhibiting at Sternberg Museum of Natural History in Hays, Kansas. This exhibit will be on view November 2019 - January 2020. 
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Look Me In The Eye- Portraits of Kansas City

Look Me In The Eye- Portraits of Kansas City features my painting entitled, Attachment. On view at the Epsten Gallery, September 15, 2019 - January 6, 2020. Pictured above is a book available for purchase.
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Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences

Richard Taylor, Professor of Physics in the Department of Arts and Sciences at the University of Oregon wrote an article about my "Patterns in Nature" series entitled, Nature's Fractal Similarities: Integrating Art and Science.  The article is published in the research journal, Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences (January 2019, Volume 23, Number 1).  I am pleased to be represented as this years cover artist for the NDPLS quarterly journal.

Learn more about Richard Taylor and the significant contributions he has made to the arts and sciences:

Taylor, R.P., Spehar, B., van Donkelaar, P., Hagerhall, C. (2011). Perceptual and physiological responses to Jackson Pollock's fractals. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 5, 1-13.




I am featured in the fourth issue of International Painting Annual.  For the INPA 4 Manifest received 1560 submissions from 563 artists in 45 states and 32 countries.  The 200 page publication includes 125 works by 92 artists from 29 states and 9 countries including Greece, the Netherlands, Columbia, Germany, France, China, England, Canada, and the United States.

Creative Quarterly- The Journal of Art and Design, No. 34-35

I have four paintings printed in Creative Quarterly- The Journal of Art and Design, Double Issue No. 34 and 35.  My appearance in issue no. 34-35 allowed me to be selected for the 100 Best Annual of 2014.
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Dwell Magazine- Photo Issue

In the May 2011 photo issue of Dwell magazine there was a featured article covering "The Greenest Town in America" Greensburg, Kansas. The magazine captured images that included the 5.4.7. Arts Center where I was displaying a solo art exhibition.

5.4.7. Arts Center- Clinton Marstall "mimesis"

Here are images from my exhibit at the 5.4.7. Arts Center in Greensburg, Kansas. For more information visit: