Art is often a happy accident, and for Brooklyn-based Dustin Yellin, it was a single errant bee. Some years ago, Yellin had just coated one of his Rauschenberg-like collages with synthetic resin when a bee got caught in the sticky surface. He kept it there, applying more resin on top, and soon after, he began experimenting with similar encasements, not only of objects, but of paint and ink. The result was a series of images, often anatomical, that exist in three dimensions with a holographic presence—skulls, skeletons with veins, valved hearts, all suspended inside clear solid blocks, like... More >>>