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May 25, 2013: Butterfly and the Coneflower

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Out of my hands. With Butterfly and the Coneflower completed, and all eight images sent to David Miller (http://www.houstongicleeprinting.com/) to work his magic, I’m taking tomorrow off. The eyes demand it.

I created Butterfly and the Coneflower with microscopy images of blood vessel cells.

Qutub Lab (http://www.qutublab.rice.edu/) has given permission to use their beautiful cell images in my artwork. I do so with gratitude for their generosity and in awe of their research efforts.

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May 11, 2013: Cellspace Two

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I’ll let Cellspace Two be for a few days and then review it; until then, I can say I’ve finished one more piece. Although Two is quite different from its intended partner (image in March 7 blog), I’m hoping they’ll work together. Replacing their temporary names would be fun, too. Suggestions?

Cellspace Two is composed of microscopy images of neural progenitor cells.

Qutub Lab (http://www.qutublab.rice.edu/) has given permission to use their beautiful cell images in my artwork. I do so with gratitude for their generosity and in awe of their research efforts.

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May 9, 2013: Early stages, Cellspace Two

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I’ve started a partner to Cellspace One, which can be viewed in the post dated March 7. Two uses microscopy images of neural progenitor cells; One is composed of  blood vessel cell images.

I use Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator to create my cell artwork.

Qutub Lab (http://www.qutublab.rice.edu/) has given permission to use their beautiful cell images in my artwork. I do so with gratitude for their generosity and in awe of their research efforts.