UNCERTAINTY Exhibition's FINAL DAY is Sunday, February 12, noon to 5pm


UNCERTAINTY: An Exhibition Review 
by Sheila Pinkel

". . . a cumulative poem of possibilities for the human mind to imagine the unimaginable and an example of art/science at its very finest."

KCET Artbound                                    

UNCERTAINTY feature article 
with essay by Stephen Nowlin

" Welcoming Uncertainty: How Curiosity of the Unknown Continues to Spark Our Imaginations."

art ltd. Magazine 

Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery

by Molly Enholm

". . .  artists and scientists alike employ various artistic media to document and explore the current frontiers of scientific thought. The investigations provide not only a discourse of the sciences, but a dialogue that also reaches deep into the lexicon of artistic languages."


by Liz Goldner

"This exhibition alludes to an international movement combining art with science that is prevalent today in studios, university programs, journals and conferences. At the core of the endeavor is the idea that uncertainty is inherent in science, and has pervaded art since the early 20th century when representation yielded to abstraction . . . The title "Uncertainty," while tantalizing and mysterious, does not prepare us for the visual and philosophical treasures within the show."

SciArt Magazine   

UNCERTAINTY feature article, 
December 2016 issue
with essay by Stephen Nowlin

San Gabriel Valley Tribune                                  

Why questions are invited in 'Uncertainty' 
 at Art Center in Pasadena
article by Michelle Mills


Edward Tufte on
Data Visualization and Art
interview by Elisabeth Greenbaum Kasson

Los Angeles Daily News                                                      

A 'Thinking Eye' Takes in Science and Art
by Larry Wilson

"The quest for certainty blocks the search for meaning," wrote the German philosopher and psychoanalyst Erich Fromm. "Uncertainty is the very condition to impel man to unfold his powers."


A Science Art Exhibit 
In Pasadena, CA

"You see ... I can live with doubt, and uncertainty, and not knowing. I think it's much more interesting to live not knowing than to have answers which might be wrong. I have approximate answers and possible beliefs and different degrees of certainty about different things. But I'm not absolutely sure of anything..." 
- Richard Feynman

UNCERTAINTY Exhibition's FINAL DAY is Sunday, February 12, noon to 5pm

Williamson Gallery
October 11, 2016 through February 12, 2017
Tuesday - Sunday, noon to 5pm, Fridays noon to 9pm, closed Mondays