Artist Jill Pelto loves the natural sciences. From a young age, she worked with her glaciologist father Mauri Pelto in the field while growing up in Worchester, Mass. Pelto got her B.A. in studio art and earth science and went on to graduate from the University of Maine with a Masters of Science in 2018.
If we were to contemporize the old English rhyme naming four good-luck items a bride includes in her wedding outfit, it might look like this: “Something new, something new, something borrowed, something blue,” because in today’s highly materialistic, advertising-saturated society, old things are passé. They’re outdated, outmoded, unfashionable and perhaps worst of all, non-trendy. In