Category Archives: Deep Sea

Deep Sea Diary: Final post

Wednesday, June 6th Moving over underwater topography is like flying over the earth, but a totally unique watery environment. As we traveled over horizons, actively mapping and collecting data, I felt my art could portray this emotional moment, captured in drawings and later painted. My artist cup was filled to the brim with a new […]
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Deep Sea Diary: Cadence of Journey

Tuesday, June 5th Yesterday I took my drawing papers into the hot black box of the Jason van (air conditioner failure in tropical temperatures) and sketched the sea floor. As we passed over each dark horizon I could add another layer to my drawing. Laura Brothers with the USGS made a new map of the […]
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Deep Sea Diary: Flurry of activity onboard

Monday, June 4th Atlantis has been in a different location each day to study the volcanoes and surrounding areas: The depression of Atalante first, the top of Manon yesterday, and today I had 3 hours in the Jason van to sketch the other worldly scene of Volcano A. The deep seascape was most fascinating today […]
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