Welcome to Volborth/Miller.com  This body of
work represents a collaboration by two
featured artists from AleatoricArt.com, Prof.
Alex Volborth and J. Coleman Miller. Simply
titled Volborth/Miller, the idea is complex...
The Professor, a world renowned geologist
and lecturer, seems to have every relevant
piece of art from the last 2400 years burned
onto his retinas. When he is in the field
pursuing his love of photography, he is
somehow guided to geological formations
that bear eerie resemblances to these
famous works. Miller, another chance based
artist has become addicted to Alex's work
and has compiled his own stylized
representations of many of the professor's
prints. A convoluted approach to aleatoric
composition, but with compelling results, and
the sincerest form of flattery from every
angle.
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The Marlin                                                                                                                   Volborth/Miller  2009
Welcome to Volborth/Miller.com  This body of
work represents a collaboration by two
featured artists from AleatoricArt.com, Prof.
Alex Volborth and J. Coleman Miller. Simply
titled Volborth/Miller, the idea is complex...
The Professor, a world renowned geologist
and lecturer, seems to have every relevant
piece of art from the last 2400 years burned
onto his retinas. When he is in the field
pursuing his love of photography, he is
somehow guided to geological formations
that bear eerie resemblances to these
famous works. Miller, another chance based
artist has become addicted to Alex's work
and has compiled his own stylized
representations of many of the professor's
prints. A convoluted approach to aleatoric
composition, but with compelling results, and
the sincerest form of flattery from every
angle.
THE MARLIN is actually a geological formation photographed by Volborth, then cropped and colorized by Miller.