Zygomycota I - By Jane B. Grimm
Named for a division of fungi that contain zygospores, large spore groups possessing multiple nuclei and formed through the union of similar cells, "Zygomycota I" explores the importance of the small, individual component in relationship to a larger whole. Echoing the minute actions of cells conjoining and dividing in nature, Grimm's work focuses on a slow, gradual movement from small to large and on an equally detailed shift in color and tone. Combined, these thoughtful changes provide the viewer with a calming experience that seems to bring one closer to the subtle yet powerful forces of a natural order.
76 inches tall
48 inches long
2 inches wide