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Installation study for Untitled #11.  Zen meets Zen in this installation study for my Untitled #11 photograph from the Nature Morte Series. Thanks to #studiobrentlee for the gorgeous interior design.

Notes on the Infinite

September 17, 2015 — Leave a comment

The orbits of the Earth and Venus are approximately 8:13, which are two consecutive Fibonacci Numbers and their ratio is approximately the Golden Ratio which along with Fractal Geometry is the foundation of all design in Nature.

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When one diagrams the orbits of the two planets you get this image. A very old and ancient image. There are no accidents at this cosmic scale. Only signposts for all of us, pointing to the Infinite.









Notes on the Infinite

Head on over to the and have a look at another masterpiece in the making. I think smaller is better when it comes to Gehry’s Vision.

Which is why I like this first phase construction shot even more than what the finished building will look like….


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Russian born but now American sculptor and stage designer George Tyspin is one of the most ironic things about Sochi Winter Olympics and really shows what happened to all the arts in Russia over the years. Yes, an American artist will be responsible for the biggest Russian spectacle since the Revolution. Why? Ask yourself what or who comes to mind when you think about Russian artists of the current century?

“I’ve done big shows, but this is something else,” Tsypin told Vieira on TODAY Friday. “It’s truly mind-boggling. Of course the ambition comes from the Russian’s to create the biggest show ever because they say, ‘We are a big country, we have to do it.’’


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Model for Symphony for the Earth


“George Tsypin is a sculptor, architect and designer of opera, film and video. He won an International Competition of “New and Spontaneous Ideas for the Theater for Future Generations” some twenty years ago. Since then his opera designs have been seen all over the world, including Salzburg Festival, Opera de Bastille in Paris, Covent Garden in London, La Scala in Milan and Metropolitan Opera in New York. Mr. Tsypin has worked in all major theaters in America and in the 90-es expanded his work to include design for film, television, concerts as well as exhibitions and installations. The first personal gallery show of his sculpture took place in 1991 at Twining Gallery in New York. He created the Planet Earth Gallery, one of the Millennium Projects in England: a major installation of moving architectural elements, videos and 200 sculptures. George exhibited his work at Venice Biennale in 2002. George studied architecture in Moscow and theater design in New York and won numerous awards. He has worked for many years with renowned directors such as Julie Taymor, Peter Sellars, Pierre Audi, Francesca Zambello, Jurgen Flimm and Andrey Konchalovsky. He has a special creative relationship with the conductor Valery Gergiev. George designed “The Little Mermaid” and “Spider-man: Turn off the Dark” ( Tony Award Nomination, Outer Critics Circle Award). on Broadway. His book “GEORGE TSYPIN OPERA FACTORY: Building in the Black Void” was published by Princeton Architectural Press in October of 2005 (Golden Pen Award)”.



American George Tyspin Designs Sochi Opening Ceremony