An Art & Science exhibit by David Rosenthal. Open now through May. Artwork is available for sale.
THE paintings in this exhibit can be appreciated individually as works of art. As a whole, they stand as evidence of the unfolding tragedy of global warming. Through interpretive
panels, Rosenthal ties together his fine art with the science that plays a role in its creation and contributes to his understanding of the landscape.
David Rosenthal, of Cordova, studied physics and ended up as an artist. He has traveled widely with the U.S. Coast Guard Art Program; the U.S. Antarctic Artist and Writer Program; the Alaska State Artist Program; and as a science tech and contractor. His art is informed by experiences at the Arctic Polar Ocean and ice cap; Greenland and its ice cap; the
Northwest passage; and in Antarctica.