RASTER IN BLUE NO. 5 . A play on texture & rhythm through rules and constraints. Prints on site!
TBT. Grad School. Again. Last TBT I showed you an image of a cell's cytoskeleton in culture (where the cell is out of the animal and sitting in a dish). We can use the same technique in an animal to look at how cells make up a tissue and how the cytoskeleton of individual cells can give rise to a larger structure. Here we are looking at a fruit fly embryo's developing central nervous system labeled with the same toxin. It looks like a ladder. You are looking at neurons.
Have a blank wall calling out for a piece you'll find something new in every time you look at it? An oversized original, newly added to my site (thanks @rubyreddesignstudio!) may be just what you're looking for. Available framed or unframed - check them out at the link in bio.
Earlier this fall I spent some time thinking about choices and the frustrating one-way linearity of spacetime. Possibility both lost and gained. This outtake, largely of the In the Very Next Moment series, is from some of that conversation.
DEPARTURE C - On a personal level, these circular ink pieces explore the zen relationship of centering yourself with supplementary things to bring yourself to whole. Perhaps, then, they are about not relying completely on your self and being willing to ask for help when you need it - supplementing the whole with something else complimentary. . From a professional and scientific standpoint: In research, it is rare to have a whole project work out with just yourself; there are almost always collaborators who make your research stronger by bringing a different point of view, expertise or technology. . No one goes it alone. . Looking for a gift? If you're in NC, you're in luck! The Departure Series is on display at Rock Paper Scissors (@rps_salon_durham) through December. Framed and ready to wrap 🎁
Two of my worlds colliding: Kansas is off to North Carolina.
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Working on a (more than likely) horizontal commission inspired by this vertical piece, Kansas.