About the Book
Steampunk Species Museum is a collection of creatures that have evolved on Earth during the second Victorian Age in America. This age burst through with exotic species of extraordinary abilities and adaptations. These species of underwater, air, and land animals incorporate their ancestral natural beings and the radical motions of invention and progress found with the industrial ages. Our galleries have collections which seek to present the best of the Steampunk Species. Inside our exhibits you will find dioramas filled with animals and habitats. Explore the way these creatures lived, survived and thrived. Let your imagination and curiosity lead you into each species as you discover this wonderful world!
Carol Brozman received her BFA in Art from Northern Illinois University in 1985. In her work, she incorporates a layered, textured technique by use of color pencil and lithopaper, currently working in watercolor and ink. Abstractions based on views of landscape, nature, fields, sky and stars recur as figurative elements in the work transformed into geometric and organic lyrics. Drawings have an established concise, concentrated mark. Images are highly influenced by music, emotions and experience. Works are based on pieces produced in sketchbooks spanning over twenty two years. The body of work produced is reflective of a devotion to seeking the fragility, wonderment, mystery and language of a life lived. Carol Brozman lives in Washington State with her longtime partner and cats. She devotes her time to drawing, reading, and playing mandolin.