Cambrian Explosion

Earth’s first multi-celled animals appeared 540 million years ago (Cambrian Period) in a relatively sudden “explosion” of an astounding variety of forms. Some evolved into animals living today. These reality-based art pieces are a part of a proposed installation, which combines art and science.


Medium: Watercolor, glue and paper

15”w x 10”h x 2”d
Trilobite: 15”w x 10”h x 2”d

17”w x 5”h x 6”d
Anomalocaris: 17”w x 5”h x 6”d

17”w x 6”h x 4”d
Yohoia: 17”w x 6”h x 4”d

18”w x 7”h x 5”d
Perspicaris: 18”w x 7”h x 5”d

6”w x 9”h x 4”d
Wiwaxia: 6”w x 9”h x 4”d

16”h x 6”w x 6”d
Takakkawia: 16”h x 6”w x 6”d

Watercolor, paper, glue: 7” x 6”
Fossils of the Cambrian Animals: Watercolor, paper, glue: 7” x 6”

6" x 7"
Perspicaris Fossil: 6" x 7"

4" x 5"
Trilobite Fossil: 4" x 5"