Judy Youngblood: Changing Weather

Changing Weather focuses on meteorological phenomena, specifically rain and hail rendered from both a satellite’s and a microscope’s eye. Raindrops fly from spongy clouds onto glassy puddles or rock-strewn surfaces, sometimes making epic up-close splashes. Global weather fronts look like vibrantly colored amoebae squirming their way across vast surfaces. Hailstones look like puffy, happy pieces of detached cloud rather than treacherous airborne ice rocks.