Here it is, the big all-consuming project (not to be confused with that other big all-consuming project). 

Coelacanth is a 150-ft long drawing about extinct and mythological fish. It's a very hard piece to translate effectively to a dinky little blog, but my good friend Evan Randall did his best with a bunch of beautiful panoramas. 
This was my cumulative thesis show at Whitman College and was recently bought by the Sheehan Gallery, which is great because it saves me the impossible task of somehow storing it. Thanks for a  mostly decent run, Whitman.


Anonymous said...

Congratulations! That is a very cool thesis, and it's awesome that Sheehan bought it.

dweeb said...

Congratulations on the accomplishment and compliments to the buyer on having such good taste.
The piece is quite lovely and a great omen, I'm sure, of things to come.

sophie said...

Congratulations. This looks extraordinary. I wish I could have seen it.