Sometime today my Darwin portrait, Darwin Took Steps, will be posted on The Eloquent Atheist! I will update this post and add the painting to my deviantArt gallery later on. I'm pretty excited to have another piece featured in The Eloquent Atheist.
If you haven't stopped in to that online 'zine, you really should. Make sure it's during a time of day you have to spend just idly reading. Great poems, essays and prose to be found. And the occasional piece of art from freethinkers.
Also today, sometime before noon eastern standard, I will post a "making of" post of Darwin Took Steps. Why not see the evolution of a painting today as well? Okay, okay, it's really development, not evolution. I suppose it's good ontogeny does not recapitulate phylogeny when it comes to art. I'd start out in crayon, move my way through finger paint, awkward comic book figures with too many muscles, out of proportion life drawings, then to sunken oil paintings, and finally Darwin would just pop out.
Other Darwin Day happenings:
-Go to the offical organiser's site, Darwin Day!
-A nice round-up (kid friendly, too!) at The Free Range Academy!
-Can't miss the wild and woolly folks at The Beagle Project!
-Pharyngula should be talking about evo-devo sometime today.
-Carl Buell's 2006 Darwin Day illustration is a classic: check it out on Olduvai George's Flickr site!
-There's always stuff going on at Richard Dawkins' site. Check out the cards!
I'm sure a lot of the science blogs in my blogroll will be involved. Please feel free to post a link to your own art/writing/Darwin Day happening on my comment thread. I'll update this with the link to The Eloquent Atheist as it comes up.