While few artists utilize the medium of white board and dry-erase markers, it can be a very effective and expressive mode of communication. In this work, Joanna Funkhouser expresses the day's adventures, which involved measuring flow (utilizing two different devices) while simultaneously being attacked by hordes of giant snakes. (Well, maybe this isn't actually to scale...and there may only have been one or two snakes...and they may not have actually had glowing red eyes.) It is reminiscent of earlier work by Maddy Jensen. (Another interpretation of the snakes by Natalya Vrana.) The liberal arts live on in the Coe Water Quality laboratory.
Marty St. Clair is a chemistry and environmental studies professor at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.