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Eclosion - the act of an adult insect emerging from its pupal case – symbolizes Art.Science.Gallery.’s transformation from a pop-up gallery to a brick-and-mortar venue. Artworks address the role of insects in the natural and changing world, including aesthetic, cultural, economic, educational and scientific aspects of entomology – the study of insects. Through this artwork, we hope to increase public understanding of insects, entomology, biodiversity and the importance of science and conservation.

Co-curators Barrett Klein (University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, and Hayley Gillespie (Art.Science.Gallery.) have assembled artworks that range from exquisite illustrations to human-insect collaborations. Steven Kutcher’s darkling beetles paint with colored feet while Jennifer Angus’ real and hybrid insects carry out human-like activities. Carel Brest van Kempen’s humans experience insect-like metamorphosis and Vincent Fink’s Lord Worm reigns in Atlas Metamorphosis.

The exhibition features 56 works by 43 artists, which were chosen by an esteemed jury of entomologist-artists Dr. Mark Moffett (National Geographic), Dr. Walter Tschinkel (University of Florida), Dr. David Maddison (Oregon State University) and Dr. Diane Ullman (University of California at Davis). ECLOSION aims to increase public appreciation of insects, entomology and biodiversity through the visual arts.

Participating Artists

Adam Cohen Austin, TX
Amanda D. North Denton, TX
Andrea V. Uravitch Arlington, VA
Andrew Yang Chicago, IL
Barrett Klein La Crosse, WI
Brigette Zacharczenko (Weird Bug Lady) Storrs, CT
Carel Brest van Kempen Holladay, UT
Carolyn Halliday Minneapolis, MN
Carrie Carlson Orland Park, IL
Charles Hedgcock Tucson, AZ
Cornelia Hesse-Honegger Zurich, Switzerland
Daisy Chung Houston, TX
Damond Kyllo Minneapolis, MN
David C. Montgomery Fernandina Beach, FL
Donna Conlon Panama, Panama
Elizabeth Goluch Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Emily Bryant Rocky River, OH
Greg Lewallen Waco, TX
Ian M. Wright Austin, TX
Inked Animal Austin, TX
Jamie Spinello Pflugerville, TX
Jenna Malloway Atlanta, GA
Jennifer Angus Madison, WI
Jessee J. Smith Cincinnati, OH
Joel Floyd University Park, MD
John + Kendra Abbott Austin, TX
John Espey San Francisco, CA
Jordan Welsh Morgantown, WV
Karen Anne Klein Pleasant Ridge, MI
Kristian Brevik Brattleboro, VT
Lorenzo Possenti Pisa, Italy
Mafalda Paiva Palmela, Portugal
Marjorie Moore Austin, TX
Matt Norris Austin, TX
Michael Frank Fresno, CA
Mindy Lighthipe Gainesville, FL
Pen Brady Bunceton, MO
Reagan D. Pufall San Francisco, CA
Steven Kutcher Arcadia, CA
Susan Eder Falls Church, VA
Tessa Farmer London, England
Vincent Fink Houston, TX




The Entomological Society of America
The E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation
Little Herds + World Ento
Holland Photo Imaging
Jerry’s Artarama Austin
Home Depot I-35 at Slaughter
East Side Lumber
Austin ISD Science Curriculum + Fine Arts Departments
Michael Slavik, Realtor® – Goldwasser Real Estate
Pate + Eva (Austin, TX)
Mary, Tristan, Wesley + Ian Clum (Albuquerque, NM)

Very special thanks to Big Medium + Canopy, Cole Weatherby, Cinde Weatherby, Missy + Jack Gillespie, John + Joji Abraham, Genevieve Smith, Matt Norris, Sam Scarpino, + Danny Boone.


Art.Science.Gallery. will be hosting several events during the exhibition. All events are FREE and open to the public, but please RSVP using the links below.

Saturday, November 9, 2013 7-11pm | Opening Reception featuring insect hors d’oeuvres by Austin-based non-profit Little Herds + WorldEnto! [RSVP]

Sunday, November 10, 4pm | Visiting Artist Lecture by sustainable artist Emily Bryant, who will discuss her sustainable-material collages of invasive insect species using invasive plants removed from parks. [RSVP]

Tuesday, November 12, 8pm | Visiting Artist Lecture + Book Signing by Damselflies of Texas: A Field Guide (University of Texas Press) author Dr. John Abbott and illustrator Dr. Barrett Klein. [RSVPClick here to reserve your book for pickup at the event!

November 16-17 + 23-24 | EAST Austin Studio Tour hours 11am – 6pm with insect hors d’oeuvres by Austin-based Little Herds + WorldEnto on Saturday, November 16th 3-6pm [RSVP]

The exhibition coincides with the 61st Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America (Nov 10-13), which will bring 3,000 entomologists to Austin and the 2013 EAST Austin Studio Tour (Nov 16-17 + 23-24). Interactive links between artworks and images of rare and endangered species will be provided by creative partner ARKive.

Inked-Animal-Once-Over-FB-Banner-LARGE Art.Science.Gallery. is pleased to present a selection of recent works by Inked Animal at Once Over Coffee Bar in Austin, Texas. Enjoy the city’s best coffee while exploring the gyotaku-style prints of local Austin artists and scientists Adam Cohen + Ben Labay. As scientists, they collect and curate fishes at the Texas Natural History Collections at the University of Texas at Austin. As artists, they create often ethereal relief prints in the Japanese gyotaku-style of animals from the Texas hill country.

location: Once Over Coffee Bar2009 S. 1st Street | Austin, Texas 78704

hours: Mon – Sat 7am – 9pm + Sun 8am – 6pm

Artist Reception: Saturday, September 7, 7-9pm