Donald & Era Farnsworth

Sonnet LX (Like as the Waves Make towards the Pebbled Shore)

Bauhaus B: Homage to Herbert Bayer

Bauhaus A: Homage to Anni Albers

Alice Rowing (Cultural Theme Park series)

Airavata 2 (Cultural Theme Park series)

Ebony Buddha

Aulos Echo

Deer Deity

In the Moonlight (I forget I’m human)



Parasol Fall

Parasol Falls

Actinomma Antartica


Sonnet LX (Like as the Waves Make towards the Pebbled Shore)

Glass Houses I, center panel (Foram & Cocolithospore) (3D version)

Urban Shrine


Goddess of Compassion

Sanctuary flame

North Sea

Glass Houses II, Right Panel

Glass Houses II, Left Panel

Oasis Thangka I

Sacred Pine (tapestry)

Oasis Thangka II

Sacred Pine (print)

Ninepipes (with molecules)

Electric Thangka

Mandala Analecta

Tree Thangka I

Tree Thangka III

Mythos Totem II

Mythos IX - Snow on Fuji

Mythos VIII, Deluge Thangka

Mythos X

Mythos VII - Pompeii Thangka

Mythos V, Pompeii Thangka

Mythos III

Reflection Pool (Blue)

Mythos I

Mythos II

River Reflection

Thangka I

Mandala of the Five Buddha Clans

Dharmakaya State I and State II

Reflection I

Reflection II

Reflection III

Forum Pine

Vernal Equinox Tree

Presidio Cypress

Autumn Tree

Please see The St. Petersburg Travelers for additional artworks by Donald & Era Farnsworth with Inez Storer and Andrew Romanoff.

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Art Notes: Donald and Era Farnsworth
(paperback, 136 pages)
Using actual dollar bills as the physical foundation for each work, the artists satirize, ponder and comment upon the monetary system, politics, art, and the ties between corporations and the economy. Look closely, as there are many details, visual quips, and quotes from artists and other broad-minded thinkers. Clearly, the Farnsworths are on a roll and having a good time with this ongoing series.

Tapestries by Donald & Era Farnsworth

(hardcover, 46 pages)



The art of Donald and Era Farnsworth draws from the languages of science, myth, the art historical and the spiritual to address environmental and other contemporary issues. This catalog includes an essay by Nick Stone and images from all of the Farnsworths' woven editions, including a series of animistic tree portraits and the ongoing Mythos series, in which centuries-old works are given a respectfully irreverent digital reinterpretation.

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