Sienna Morris

Numberism Artist - Art and Ramblings on Science and Such

These super pretty fractal art prints were made by Sarah McCormick who has been our flat mate for GeekGirlCon. If you don’t buy all of them, I will.
She’s at table 607 @ GeekGirlCon

The DIY Science section of GeekGirlCon may be the coolest part of this awesome con. These kids are super engaged in these experiments and are having a great time learning about math and science, mostly because they are being taught by people who are obviously passionate about it. (Possibly too long of a sentence, but also true)

Hemlock color wheel ;) 
A few of the stains I use for my frames

Hemlock color wheel ;)
A few of the stains I use for my frames

Color tests for my Sherlock Holmes piece. This is black ink numbers with a light rubbing of soft colour pencils for light and depth. White, raw Sienna, burnt Sienna and blue.

Completed my newest hand painted glowing Numberism shadow box frame. This is “Messenger” 16”x24”, painted with fluorescent and phosphorescent paint to give both glow in the dark and color under UV light.

The frame is hemlock wood, stained with a bottom coat of dark cherry and a top coat of Cabernet. The combination makes it look like a really good dark chocolate.

This one is sold, but I am making an 11” x 14” frame of a similar color as well. I will likely have that with me and GekkGirlCon. I’m planning on painting a glowing Firefly jar for that frame. The glowing jar frame will be probably $280.

I make these glow boxes custom and have a few left in the series. This “Messenger” is $650

A collection of glowing galaxies I painted for a client. These glow under a UV light.

"Grand Unified Theory", "Drake Equation" and "Centaurus A".

I successfully made a sample book for “Inspired by Science”, the art science book I’m running a kickstarter for later this year. Each piece is paired with an article by a scientist, teaching you about something amazing, awesome, fascinating or cool regarding the science in my Numberism piece. It’s art and science! What more could you want?

Thank you to Mathias Pielahn, Joe Parker and Melissa Gonzales McNeal for contributing your scientific perspective to this book! And to Jennifer Willis for your editing expertise.

I am looking for more scientific contributors. If you interested in being involved, contact me through (or you can sign up in the back of the book!)

And by “made”, I mean it. I designed it, printed it, bound it and everything. I’m really excited that I didn’t fail miserably. It’s a hard cover bound in canvas

Tab printed a crystal today while at Saturday Market on his Makerbot replicator.

It floats, Hazel!
-Watership Down

Tab finished the light box for his gear works face. There is a light box installed behind the frame, filling this face with light from the back.
He made this clear pour in a mold he made off of a 3D print that he designed and printed. It is filed with gears and light fuses. The frame is reclaimed wood, painted with a textured Cooper paint.

I believed this one is $500

Tab made a face that is filled with light fuses and gears! This one looks really cool back lit.

He’ll have it this weekend at Portland Saturday Market.
These are clear pours in a mold be made off of a 3D print that he printed on a Makerbot Replicator. He designed the face in Blender.

Tab finished a new pour of his 3D face today. This one is filled with currency we’ve collected from China, Australia and Canada. There’s also some American cash in there.
He will have this at Portland Saturday Market this weekend.

Tab just finished this piece for his second weekend at Portland Saturday Market.

It’s a clear pour reproduction of his 3D print of a half human/half machine face. It is filed with gears and clock works and set on a copper textured reclaimed wood frame.