Overwhelmed with the sheer amount of notes and other materials that Walter had left for her, Astrid sought the help of experts at Massive Dynamic. But it didn’t take long for the prediction in Walter’s letter to come true. When they delayed returning Walter’s notebooks, Astrid went to New York to find out why. Nina Sharp, who now divided her time between running Massive Dynamic and Fringe Division’s new science wing, invited her to attend the spring meeting of the Board. But the cordial mood soon changed as Astrid realized there was little chance of getting the notebooks back. Determined not to leave empty-handed, she took one old journal with her - the one that Nina seemed to want the most.  This painting is part of an ongoing monthly series of speculative art. It was inspired by Fringe 365 Project entry #165 and is part of the Fringe Forward series. Overwhelmed with the sheer amount of notes and other materials that Walter had left for her, Astrid sought the help of experts at Massive Dynamic. But it didn’t take long for the prediction in Walter’s letter to come true. When they delayed returning Walter’s notebooks, Astrid went to New York to find out why. Nina Sharp, who now divided her time between running Massive Dynamic and Fringe Division’s new science wing, invited her to attend the spring meeting of the Board. But the cordial mood soon changed as Astrid realized there was little chance of getting the notebooks back. Determined not to leave empty-handed, she took one old journal with her - the one that Nina seemed to want the most.  This painting is part of an ongoing monthly series of speculative art. It was inspired by Fringe 365 Project entry #165 and is part of the Fringe Forward series.

Overwhelmed with the sheer amount of notes and other materials that Walter had left for her, Astrid sought the help of experts at Massive Dynamic. But it didn’t take long for the prediction in Walter’s letter to come true. When they delayed returning Walter’s notebooks, Astrid went to New York to find out why. Nina Sharp, who now divided her time between running Massive Dynamic and Fringe Division’s new science wing, invited her to attend the spring meeting of the Board. But the cordial mood soon changed as Astrid realized there was little chance of getting the notebooks back. Determined not to leave empty-handed, she took one old journal with her - the one that Nina seemed to want the most.

This painting is part of an ongoing monthly series of speculative art. It was inspired by Fringe 365 Project entry #165 and is part of the Fringe Forward series.

Hello to any Fringe fanfic authors out there!  I’m looking to commission a short piece of fiction to accompany a series of illustrations!

Do you like to write about Olivia Dunham?  Do you like to get inside her head?  I am looking for an author to write a short fiction about Olivia (500-700 words) to accompany some illustrations that will eventually be part of the Fringe Forward series.  (Because: sometimes a picture is not worth a thousand words, and it needs 500-700 actual words.)

Although the fic will be set in the Fringe Forward universe and is prompted by a specific scenario, you will have a great deal of leeway to interpret it and “imagine the impossibilities.” 

If you are interested in hearing more about the project and maybe taking this on, please reply to my Ask box with your email address so I can contact you, and explain more about it.  (Sorry for this odd way of seeking an author, but I am just not sure where to find them to ask…)

THANK YOU!

Today I hit 1,000 followers!!!  That is so cool!  Thank you all for following me and for all your kind comments!!! 

This artwork is part of an ongoing monthly series of speculative Fringe art, the Fringe Forward series.  A full size version can be seen at my blog. 
(It’s also currently available as a poster through my Society6 shop) This artwork is part of an ongoing monthly series of speculative Fringe art, the Fringe Forward series.  A full size version can be seen at my blog. 
(It’s also currently available as a poster through my Society6 shop)

This artwork is part of an ongoing monthly series of speculative Fringe art, the Fringe Forward series.  A full size version can be seen at my blog

(It’s also currently available as a poster through my Society6 shop)

With Astrid now in charge of Walter’s lab, Peter moved his project to a cavernous rented warehouse on the outskirts of Boston. Uncomfortable with Fringe Division’s new policies and wary of their surveillance, he quit his consultant position with the FBI, and sometimes retreated to the darkness of the warehouse for days. 
With Olivia away at work for long hours, Etta was allowed free run of the place after school. Peter told her not to tell anyone yet about his machine. It would just be their secret.
This painting (click for full size version) is part of an ongoing monthly series of speculative art. It was inspired by Fringe 365 Project entry #148 and is part of the Fringe Forward series. With Astrid now in charge of Walter’s lab, Peter moved his project to a cavernous rented warehouse on the outskirts of Boston. Uncomfortable with Fringe Division’s new policies and wary of their surveillance, he quit his consultant position with the FBI, and sometimes retreated to the darkness of the warehouse for days. 
With Olivia away at work for long hours, Etta was allowed free run of the place after school. Peter told her not to tell anyone yet about his machine. It would just be their secret.
This painting (click for full size version) is part of an ongoing monthly series of speculative art. It was inspired by Fringe 365 Project entry #148 and is part of the Fringe Forward series. With Astrid now in charge of Walter’s lab, Peter moved his project to a cavernous rented warehouse on the outskirts of Boston. Uncomfortable with Fringe Division’s new policies and wary of their surveillance, he quit his consultant position with the FBI, and sometimes retreated to the darkness of the warehouse for days. 
With Olivia away at work for long hours, Etta was allowed free run of the place after school. Peter told her not to tell anyone yet about his machine. It would just be their secret.
This painting (click for full size version) is part of an ongoing monthly series of speculative art. It was inspired by Fringe 365 Project entry #148 and is part of the Fringe Forward series.

With Astrid now in charge of Walter’s lab, Peter moved his project to a cavernous rented warehouse on the outskirts of Boston. Uncomfortable with Fringe Division’s new policies and wary of their surveillance, he quit his consultant position with the FBI, and sometimes retreated to the darkness of the warehouse for days.

With Olivia away at work for long hours, Etta was allowed free run of the place after school. Peter told her not to tell anyone yet about his machine. It would just be their secret.

This painting (click for full size version) is part of an ongoing monthly series of speculative art. It was inspired by Fringe 365 Project entry #148 and is part of the Fringe Forward series.

Some sketches of the White Tulip Machine

When the Bridge was closed, everything changed. William Bell had never been found, and the damage wreaked by his experiments had killed many people on both sides. It was the task of Fringe Division — headed by General Broyles — to make sure that the connection between the Universes stayed closed. No one could ever be allowed to cross over again. 
The Division had its hands full. Conspiracy theorists, curious members of the public, criminals from both universes, and fringe scientists were constantly testing the limits. There was always the danger that unauthorized individuals would try to achieve the unimaginable themselves. 
With Massive Dynamic’s help, a vast surveillance network monitored not only every new anomaly, but also quietly gathered information on anyone who was experimenting too much, getting too close to the truth… that there was another world, like our own, but different.
This painting (click for full size version) is part of an ongoing monthly series of speculative art. It was inspired by Fringe 365 Project entry #243, and there you can read a little more about General Broyles, Agent Dunham and the new mission of Fringe Division after Walter Bishop’s disappearance. When the Bridge was closed, everything changed. William Bell had never been found, and the damage wreaked by his experiments had killed many people on both sides. It was the task of Fringe Division — headed by General Broyles — to make sure that the connection between the Universes stayed closed. No one could ever be allowed to cross over again. 
The Division had its hands full. Conspiracy theorists, curious members of the public, criminals from both universes, and fringe scientists were constantly testing the limits. There was always the danger that unauthorized individuals would try to achieve the unimaginable themselves. 
With Massive Dynamic’s help, a vast surveillance network monitored not only every new anomaly, but also quietly gathered information on anyone who was experimenting too much, getting too close to the truth… that there was another world, like our own, but different.
This painting (click for full size version) is part of an ongoing monthly series of speculative art. It was inspired by Fringe 365 Project entry #243, and there you can read a little more about General Broyles, Agent Dunham and the new mission of Fringe Division after Walter Bishop’s disappearance.

When the Bridge was closed, everything changed. William Bell had never been found, and the damage wreaked by his experiments had killed many people on both sides. It was the task of Fringe Division — headed by General Broyles — to make sure that the connection between the Universes stayed closed. No one could ever be allowed to cross over again.

The Division had its hands full. Conspiracy theorists, curious members of the public, criminals from both universes, and fringe scientists were constantly testing the limits. There was always the danger that unauthorized individuals would try to achieve the unimaginable themselves.

With Massive Dynamic’s help, a vast surveillance network monitored not only every new anomaly, but also quietly gathered information on anyone who was experimenting too much, getting too close to the truth… that there was another world, like our own, but different.

This painting (click for full size version) is part of an ongoing monthly series of speculative art. It was inspired by Fringe 365 Project entry #243, and there you can read a little more about General Broyles, Agent Dunham and the new mission of Fringe Division after Walter Bishop’s disappearance.