This is one of the floral images in the “Boiling Crash” series. High-speed photography suspends the crash of the liquid nitrogen soaked flower. A pellet dissects the popping, sizzling and smoking flower into unique abstracts. This collision creates a burst of energy, motion and color that exists in the moment.
Dallas environmental artist, Sharon Neel-Bagley explores climate change, conservation, and grassroots solution. She applies scientific tools & methods in her photography, printmaking, sculpture, and art installations. She holds a BFA in Photography from the University of North Texas. Mrs. Neel-Bagley's Boiling Crash series are incorporate art collections and Sharon has been incorporating science into her work since 2011. She's not a scientist, Science is an essential part of the making of her work.