A New Beginning of Time

One of my major topics, time is. So it was certainly serendipitous to meet Olga Ast, who invited me to participate in the ArcheTime project, beginning in 2009. Most recently, I’ve been inspired by the roundtable discussion at New York University (see Archetime dot net, “The Faces of Time”). Now, I have a new concept image, grounded in my compost project of August through December 2011 and somehow becoming a universe.

New Beginning of Time by Catherine Rutgers © 2012

Image and text by Catherine Rutgers © 2012

About CatRutgers4Art

Original art by Catherine Rutgers, with musings on the media and the methods. Founded in 2010. “I believe in magic moments. Am not afraid to be sentimental, and adore a tweaked cliché. Two of my favorite pastimes are watching paint dry and observing green tendrils unfold.”
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5 Responses to A New Beginning of Time

  1. Wow! This is like lightning!! Thank you, Sergey Gusev (painter), Leanne Cole (photographer), Shankie (sculptor and art history student), Elin (revealillusions), and the newest subscriber. You’ve responded so quickly, I could barely keep up. It was definitely exciting to create this image and so gratifying to get such a great response.

  2. Further thanks to the “likers” and new subscribers!! With appreciation to Brian Eller, Cristian Mihai, Isobel Higley, and Patrick Latter, artists (and bloggers) deluxe.

  3. Susan Scutti says:

    a very intriguing image — congrats on the NYU panel!

    • Hello, Susan, it’s so good to see your comment! The “New Beginning” was one of those surprise moments of discovery … I was working on a replacement for one of the illustrations in the “Clear as Mud” part of the book (which, by the way, is now *really* close to complete). This didn’t work for that, but it sure made me happy!

      The NYU panel was delightful. Everyone was interesting, and George Musser (author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to String Theory) presented a fantastic demonstration of actions that can’t be undone using a cup of coffee and one of those little containers of milk. He’s definitely a speaker I’d love to see again.

  4. Hello, Clarence, and thank you for the like!

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