This year is my 10 year reunion from graduating from University of Rochester. I made this painting around the time of graduation and gave it to one of my besties (Christina Boice-Mallach). I wonder if this painting is holding up better than me after 10 years.
Even modern art at the MASS MOCA cares about science.
I never get a chance to present this image, but I based the painting two posts before on it. Its an electron micrograph of the centrosome (the two little circles) in a nuclear invagination with electron dense endosomes surrounding it. It is pretty nerdy but I also think its a beautiful image.
She keeps popping up in my life. At first I was not into this at all, her smokey voice is getting to me though. The portrait of her on the cover of this album is utterly beautiful. Now I have the urge to go out and buy the whole album.
Multimedia painting. Golgi apparatus and secretory vesicles in green. Endosomes in yellow. Microtubules are black lines. Lysosomes and Multivesicular bodies are in red. The centrosome is the dark blue cylinders in the middle. Background was creating using different textured mediums and lace. Forefront contains papers and enamels.