Art reflecting water, Hellenism

By Terry Poulos, Scientiquity founder (Originally published 8/8/2020) Scientiquity, a brand of science-based art billed as “The Science of Antiquity,” submitted a forth commission piece to the ongoing Greektown Education Foundation street art exhibit. The 2020 theme is Fun and Fanciful Fish.  The title of our piece is “Aquatic Decoherence.” It’s been given the nicknameContinue reading “Art reflecting water, Hellenism”

Exhibit moves near museum in Chicago

By Terry Poulos, Scientiquity founder [CHICAGO, IL USA] The Scientiquity sculpture “Discuss Refractus,” along with about 20 other sculptures by various artists, in May was moved to a site adjacent to the National Hellenic Museum in Chicago. The sculptures will take up residence at the intersection of Halsted and Van Buren streets for the foreseeableContinue reading “Exhibit moves near museum in Chicago”

The “color” at the end of the universal tunnel

By Terry Poulos, Scientiquity founder (Editor’s note: This blog was originally published on October 22, 2019) What’s the true color of the universe? Einstein would say it’s all relative. Our eyes deceive us. They’re receptors of the full spectrum of electromagnetic waves which produce an emergent perception of color and images. The seat of thoseContinue reading “The “color” at the end of the universal tunnel”

SOFA 2019: Touching Minds, Souls

By Terry Poulos, Scientiquity founder (Editor’s note: This blog was originally posted on November 5, 2019) [NAVY PIER, CHICAGO]. There are few things that bring more joy to an artist than seeing a child’s face light up as they’re dazzled with wonder by something you created. Sure, all artists want critical review from adult experts,Continue reading “SOFA 2019: Touching Minds, Souls”