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MY DEAR INTERNET FRIENDS this is happening TONIGHT!!!!
For all you science anatomist taxidermist artist osteologist naturalist musician loving internet nerds out there you do not want to miss an incredible evening broadcast live by THE MR. JEREMY JOHNSON of Meddling With Nature. This man is a genius. A pure naturalist who should have been born in the Victorian era, an artist, a taxidermist, and an incredible teacher. Jeremy has been working for years exploring and learning from ethically sourced natural death animals and tonight he is going to share that knowledge with YOU, the internet! Broadcast LIVE!!!
Tonight is his first LIVE broadcast lecture concerning the musculature and skeleton systems of the body, and joined by special guest and Professional Cellist, Cole Guillien, for a unique demonstration of the what it takes to play the Cello and how that is not so different from what it takes to make you walk (and how it IS so different).

Tonight from 7-10pm (EST) Check out the link below and join in on the discussion!

https://new.livestream.com/accounts/5948261/WhatMovesYou

https://new.livestream.com/accounts/5948261/WhatMovesYou

https://new.livestream.com/accounts/5948261/WhatMovesYou

https://new.livestream.com/accounts/5948261/WhatMovesYou

https://new.livestream.com/accounts/5948261/WhatMovesYou

https://new.livestream.com/accounts/5948261/WhatMovesYou

MY DEAR INTERNET FRIENDS this is happening TONIGHT!!!!

For all you science anatomist taxidermist artist osteologist naturalist musician loving internet nerds out there you do not want to miss an incredible evening broadcast live by THE MR. JEREMY JOHNSON of Meddling With Nature. This man is a genius. A pure naturalist who should have been born in the Victorian era, an artist, a taxidermist, and an incredible teacher. Jeremy has been working for years exploring and learning from ethically sourced natural death animals and tonight he is going to share that knowledge with YOU, the internet! Broadcast LIVE!!!

Tonight is his first LIVE broadcast lecture concerning the musculature and skeleton systems of the body, and joined by special guest and Professional Cellist, Cole Guillien, for a unique demonstration of the what it takes to play the Cello and how that is not so different from what it takes to make you walk (and how it IS so different).

Tonight from 7-10pm (EST) Check out the link below and join in on the discussion!

https://new.livestream.com/accounts/5948261/WhatMovesYou

https://new.livestream.com/accounts/5948261/WhatMovesYou

https://new.livestream.com/accounts/5948261/WhatMovesYou

meddlingwithnature
meddlingwithnature:

We have a wonderful live-stream event planned for the 26th of July!
Click here for Livestream Details
Click here for Event Details

This is an incredible opportunity for all the science/anatomist/surgical/whatever you are internet geeks of the world to see a LIVE broadcast of an artist and anatomist lecture and lead a discussion on the skeletal and muscular system! This man is a damn genius… if you are at all interested in science, anatomy, physiology, or the like then don’t miss this!!!! There will be segments with live dissection happening on unfixed natural death specimen and you will actually get to SEE things along with the lecture that you will not get in a classroom. There will also be a musical performance by Cole Guillien on the Cello fffffff unf oh my god its going to be a good night… AND YOU CAN JOIN US FROM YOUR COMFY COMPUTER CHAIR :D

oh and I will be there as well, assisting him, so you will get to see me on the broadcast ;)
check out the blog for an in depth description of the topics to be discussed

LiveStream Event Page 7/26/2014 - What Moves You?

meddlingwithnature:

We have a wonderful live-stream event planned for the 26th of July!

Click here for Livestream Details

Click here for Event Details

This is an incredible opportunity for all the science/anatomist/surgical/whatever you are internet geeks of the world to see a LIVE broadcast of an artist and anatomist lecture and lead a discussion on the skeletal and muscular system! This man is a damn genius… if you are at all interested in science, anatomy, physiology, or the like then don’t miss this!!!! There will be segments with live dissection happening on unfixed natural death specimen and you will actually get to SEE things along with the lecture that you will not get in a classroom. There will also be a musical performance by Cole Guillien on the Cello fffffff unf oh my god its going to be a good night… AND YOU CAN JOIN US FROM YOUR COMFY COMPUTER CHAIR :D

oh and I will be there as well, assisting him, so you will get to see me on the broadcast ;)

check out the blog for an in depth description of the topics to be discussed

LiveStream Event Page 7/26/2014 - What Moves You?

At long last I got a chance to photograph my exploded raccoon skull. This is from the very same raccoon that I found so many moons ago there on the side of the road curled up holding his little face. It wasn’t until after I clean the skull that I realized why he was holding his face as he died. You can see in the first picture that on the left side of his jaw it is completely broken in half. The only unnatural break on the skull, as emphasized by the silver connection. 

This piece is for sale and I also take commissions for natural casualty and unavoidable death specimen. Please contact me for more information. 

A few photos of me doing a public skinning of a casualty specimen Coyote as a part of my gallery talk for my Senior Thesis Exhibition that happened on April 7th at the Art Academy of Cincinnati. More photos of the exhibition to come! 

photos by the incredibly talented photographer, Catie Viox

sad coyote is sad. My first medium sized piece of taxidermy! (was actually finished before Aristide)

Still learning so there is lots of anatomy issues but I am just so happy it came together in the end. Was really trying to push the emotions in the face, turned out ok but I look forward to doing this again. Yay!

No one dissects to quicken his eye for, or his delight in, beauty. He dissects simply to increase his knowledge of how beautiful objects are put together to the end that he may be able to imitate them.
Thomas Eakins speaking (as a painter) about his practice and teaching of dissection

Aristide

Detail shots of this pretty doge’s visceral elegance in all its glory and gory detail, as promised. More pictures and the original post of Aristide can be seen here—->clickformoardeaddoge

Original concept by Emily Combs, a true mastermind in her ability to turn the visceral into something so beautiful that you can’t look away. Her illustrations are to die for, please check them out.

As for our doge child here, Aristide, just a few shots of the wonderful lace cuffs made by Emily. Ribbon corset binds the skin of the back between the vertebrae. The form is entirely custom, hand carved. The skin and bones come from two different coyotes, both were road kill, found and processed by yours truly.

Hopefully Emily will post pictures of her original drawing, someone go over to her tumblr and demand that she stop hoarding all those magnificent illustrations all to herself.

Aristide

A collaboration with the lovely Emily Combs.

A sculpture based off of her incredibly imaginative and beautiful drawings. Check out her amazing work here——-> click me tho
That is an actual coyote head and spine. A corset of ribbon binds the skin on her back between each vertebrae, along with lace cuffs made by Emily. Both coyotes used in this sculpture were road kill.

This was accompanied in a gallery space by my drawings, Emily’s illustrations, and poetry by the amazingly talented writer, Sam McCormick .

I have made another post with some detail shots of this pretty doge’s visceral elegance in all its glory and gory detail. Check that post out here——->prettypawsanddoggyclaws

Here is the last bunch of the Minumental pieces for the Art Academy of Cincinnati which could be no larger than TWO INCHES in any direction. Wee little things.

Here we have a casualty specimen mouse that was donated to me. A beta fish that was a pet of mine who passed away a year ago (RIP Mr. McFeeley). And a Starling which was donated to me. The jaw bones came in owl pellets sent to me by toxicpuppys :) That is a TINY rodent jaw there at the top of the plaque and believe it or not it has all its teeth! All the plaques are handmade by me from Redwood. Had so much fun doing all these, I can’t wait until next year

Detail shots of the other pieces can be seen in the previous post HERE

There is a juried art show at the Art Academy of Cincinnati where current students, faculty/staff, and former graduates may enter up to eight pieces, each one no more than TWO INCHES in any direction… the show is cleverly named Minumentals

They get nearly a thousand submissions to the show and the range of artwork that artists are capable of within a two inch cube is just incredible.

This year I entered 8 wee little dead things on teenie wee little plaques. The plaques are all handmade from redwood and the skulls were graciously sent to me by toxicpuppys :) The moth and butterfly wings are also real - one from the US and one from Peru.


Check out the teeny weenie taxidermy I submitted to this show and a group shot of all eight pieces HERE