Eco Art : Slideshow

Friday, April 22, 2011

Kevin O’Dwyer

Brandon Ballengée conducts an amphibian field-survey in collaboration with the Yorkshire Reporter of Amphibians and Reptiles. He carried out his research as an artist in residence at Yorkshire Sculpture Park in 2006-07 (commissioned by Arts Catalyst, England).

Kevin O’Dwyer

Ballengée conducting an amphibian field-survey.

Courtesy of Arts Catalyst, London and Archibald Arts, NYC

A selection of deformed English Toads / Bufo bufo metamorphs, collected in Yorkshire, England, June 2006.

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, 2007

Detail from “Styx” – deformed amphibian specimens that have been chemically cleared and stained on sculptural light-box.

Courtesy of Brandon Ballengée and Archibald Arts, NYC

“Khárôn” – a cleared and stained multi-limbed Pacific Tree frog from Aptos, California (in scientific collaboration with Dr. Stanley K. Sessions and poet Kuy Delair).

Courtesy of Brandon Ballengée and Archibald Arts, NYC

“Galatée” – a cleared and stained multi-limbed Pacific Tree frog from Aptos, California (in scientific collaboration with Dr. Stanley K. Sessions and poet Kuy Delair).