Featured Artist: SciArt in America Magazine “Straight Talk” October 2015

Mara G. Haseltine Interview: STRAIGHT TALK  Oct 2015 Issue (Images at end of the text) 1. How did you get involved making environmental art? I have always been inspired by the natural world. I remember summering in Maine as a child in the 1970’s and thinking, “This world is perfect.” I was always curious about […]

Featured Artist in “BioArt, Altered Realities” An anthology by William Myers 2015

     I am so thrilled to be part of this comprehensive anthology of BioArt ‘Altered Realities’  I really believe that William Myers has captured the essence of this ever growing movement at a poignant moment with this book! Published by Thames and Hudson it is following in incredible art history footsteps and opening viewers eyes […]

Feb 16th @ Morbid Anatomy Museum; Death Through the Microscope, La Bohème: A Portrait of Today’s Oceans in Peril

Above Image:  Still from Live Performance:  Rudolpho with Mimi a Tintinnid Plankton ensnared in micro-degraded plastic  Mixed Media Sculpture, Hand Blown Uranium Infused Glass, plastic, metal 2013 Death Through the Microscope, La Bohème: A Portrait of Today’s Oceans in Peril An Illustrated Lecture and Screening with Science Artist Mara G. Haseltine. Where: The Morbid Anatomy […]

Jan 22nd, Supernatural: Art, Animism and Our Relationship to Our Biosphere Art Lecture

Above Image is of “Supernatural” at Tatiana Pages Gallery, Harlem NYC rocks and glass   Artist Lecture  Supernatural: Art, Animism and Our Relationship to Our Biosphere Where: Tatiana Pages Gallery 206 Fredrick Douglas Blvd. C1 Harlem, NY, NY 10030 When: January 22nd Reception 6pm Artist Talk 7pm Description: Inspired by the Shinto concept that everything […]