Category: Pippin Frisbie-Calder

Thalassiosira above and Dinopysis below! These creatures live in our gulf waters! Unlike the real thing, if you bump into these sculptures you will probably notice! This Diatom and dinoflagellate  are tiny! To give you an idea of what 20 μm is, lets look at this Thalassiosira in ft…….0.000065617 ft!!! Too small to see with the […]

Hello everyone! I’m very honored to be invited to contribute to this blog! Thank you Alison! I would like to start by embellishing upon the lovely introductory post that Alison put up for the project. We will start with introducing Tim, my partner in crime on this exploration of the microorganisms of our surrounding wetlands. […]

Nola Studiola is honored to host printmaker Pippin Frisbie–Calder as she embarks on a collaboration with biologist Dr. Tim McLean of Tulane University at New Orleans’ Studio in the Woods. As saline content rises and the wetlands continue to reel from erosion and agricultural use, Gulf coast wetlands are increasingly threatened. Artist Pippin Frisbie-Calder believes […]