Not much work of my own to present lately, so I'll continue with some regular-style "blogging" of found junk -- hopefully of interest.
Here are a bunch of images from a book I came across in the free pile at the library, called Seeing With the Mind's Eye: The History, Techniques and Uses of Visualization by Mike Samuels, M.D. and Nancy Samuels. I think it's a fascinating, evocative set of pictures. Most are labelled, but for a few I unfortunately lost any identifying artist info -- if you can name the artists for those few works, it would be appreciated. The book is probably about 30 years old, and was printed in B&W -- even though most of these images are probably available somewhere online in full color (and higher resolutions) I think they're all pretty effective, even creepy, in monochrome.
I believe this (above) is actually by Yves Tanguay.
I love these three images by Redon (above, and the two below). I don't know much about them, but they appear to be part of a series?
Finally, this is just a random image from another book I found at the same time, but I thought it was almost "of a piece" with those from the other book.